What Thea wants more than anything in the world is a tree – a real tree to climb and hide in, to sit under and dream. But in the city where she lives, there are no trees. So one day, Thea goes in search of a tree. This elemental story is written and illustrated by Judith Clay.
The Dragon’s Toothache
What could be stranger than a dragon’s toothache? A motley crew comes to the rescue of a dragon in pain, but does it manage to help him? Annie Besant’s quirky text and Rayika Sen’s imaginative illustrations make this book a joy to read over and over again.
A Pair of Twins
Lakshmi and Sundari are an unusual pair of twins with an unusual connection. But not everyone knows how special they are until they’re both called upon to save the day. Kavitha Mandana tells this story with brilliance and warmth, while Nayantara Surendranath lends vibrancy to it with her magnificent artwork.
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.
A Time for Ebby
Ebby, the daughter of the eighth Father Ebon, is adept at a lot of things. But she wishes she could put an end to her father’s sadness, and wonders how she could help. Until one day, she stumbles upon a treasure! Could it lift Father Ebon out of his gloom? Poile Sengupta narrates this fascinating story with emotion, enthusiasm, and a dash of drama.