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Check out our bestselling books from last year! From the captivating City Series book Looking for Laddoo to the nostalgic Letters to Krisha, you will love this set of amazing titles.
Leopard in Mumbai
A bite of vada pav, a drive through the Bandra-Worli Sea Link, a photo stop at Haji Ali Dargah – Leopard just wants to do some everyday Mumbai things, but can’t quite figure out why she’s making everyone so nervous.
Lubaina Bandukwala tells the tale of a baffled spotted tourist, while Allen Shaw’s hilarious illustrations recreate a situation Mumbai has found itself in every now and then.
Looking for Laddoo
Karthik and his veterinarian mother, Shankari, weave through the many iconic landscapes of Chennai, helping animals along the way, while they look for their lost pup, Laddoo.
This third book in the Karadi Tales City Series is lovingly written by Aparna Karthikeyan and designed and illustrated in stunning watercolours by Tanvi Parulkar.
The Magic in My Fingers
If Roohi’s mischievous brother doesn’t attend sitar practice, then Baba won’t take him to the market. And Roohi won’t get the kite that she so badly wants! Can she keep Baba from losing his temper?
Loosely based on the childhood of renowned surbahar player Annapoorna Devi, this is a charming tale about how a young girl discovers the magic in her fingers in more ways than one.
Letters to Krisha
Krisha has a surprise waiting for her for when she gets back to school after her operation. There’s much excitement about it amongst her classmates, all of whom write her letters while she is away to keep her up to date on the happenings at school. Let’s just hope they don’t let slip what the surprise is!
Parinita Shetty writes a delightfully sweet story as a series of letters, each more entertaining than the next, while Sahitya Rani brings a chaotic classroom to life with her gorgeous illustrations.
Waiting for Turtles
Samrat and his mother Seema, a sea turtle researcher, are headed to Tarmugli Island in the hopes of observing nesting turtles. Will the turtles come?
Pankaj Sekhsaria’s beautiful story is an awe-inspiring look at these elusive creatures, while Vipin Sketchplore’s stunning illustrations exquisitely capture the lush landscape of the island and the glistening waters of the ocean.