My name is V. Arun. I am seven years old. My father’s name is Venkatesh. He is very good. He never gets mad at me. He buys me a lot of toys and chocolates… I love My father. That’s a big bluff. Arun has never met his dad. He has only seen his photograph in the wedding album. And he hates him. Then one day, his father comes back. His mother has to take Arun to meet him once a month. It’s a Court order. His grandparents say that the man is very bad and might try to take him away from his mom. Arun is scared and angry. But why does the man keep bringing him gifts? Why does he play with dogs? Why does he climb like a monkey? Why does he keep saying ‘pop! Pop! Pop!’? As if Arun could ever start calling this strange man ‘pops’!.
Don’t worry, bee happy–Biplob’s on his way
Biplop is a very busy bumblebee. When he isn’t collecting nectar, he is off on rollicking adventures to save his garden with the help of his friends, farmer Balram and the flowers. From harvesting water to saving baby plants from a dangerous infection, join Biplob as he comes up with innovative ideas that are always eco-friendly. These vibrantly illustrated stories promise to teach kids something new through lessons on science and friendship.
Here’s the perfect guide book for children to one of India’s most popular games, cricket! The Good Indian Child’s Guide series takes things that are intrinsic to India and presents a tongue-in-cheek exploration of the subjects. What makes you a ‘good’ Indian child (or adult) while playing cricket? Dive into this book for Natasha Sharma’s crazy humour! Playing cricket will change forever!