Indie books

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  1. Oh! My Name
    US $12.00

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  2. Let's Talk About My Feelings
    US $11.00

    The book talks about the kind of feelings and emotions children / young adults go through. It is a collection of 12 stories on themes like Friendship, Bullying, Gender Stereotype, Child Abuse, Household work etc, with each story followed by a thought-provoking question that urges the child to think about the issue deeply and connect with the characters of the story. The aim of the book is to provide parents and children an opportunity to sit together and build a strong foundation of trust and openness. Learn More
  3. The Unboy Boy
    US $11.00

    This is the story of Gagan. His family and friends think of him as an un-boy boy. They want to make him more boy-like. Do they succeed? If you look closely, you may spot ghouls and monsters, witches and the dead. And cat soup. But this is not a ghost story. It is the story of Gagan, a boy. No more. No less. Writer Richa Jha and illustrator Gautam Benegal know that there are no un-boy boys or un-girl girls in this world. And they can tell you how cool it is to be just the girl or boy you are. Learn More
  4. The Manic Panic
    US $11.00

    Some grown-ups have so much screen time that they just can't cope when the wifi goes out. Luckily the grown-ups in Manic Panic live with a smart kid who loves to read and an adventurous grandma who knows how to have fun without the internet. Manic Panic is a wry look at the value of unplugged family time, even when someone is resistant to the real world. The illustrations add depth to the story, helping us to see all the small things we can miss when we're glued to our phones. Learn More
  5. Dance of the Wild
    US $11.00

    Little Shilu loves to dance around naked. She wants to be like the animals; like Pirate, her cat. When her grandmother Nannu says she can’t because she is now a big girl, Shilu gets down to understanding why she can’t. Peppered with Nannu’s loving chiding, intimate grandma-granddaughter bonding over conversations, and a heart-to-heart between the mother and this little inquisitive daughter, this book is a reflection of the wild and free nature of childhood. The soft evocative illustrations rendered in pencil with watercolor, and put together digitally, create a dreamlike charm and the gentle, affectionate and lyrical text takes the reader into the mind of the little girl who can’t wait to get the answers to her ‘Why can’t I?’ Learn More
  6. The Susu Pals
    US $11.00

    Rhea and Dia are inseparable soulmates. But when Isha moves in next door, their friendship goes through trying times. Will Rhea, Dia and Isha become three best pals? And who is that boy always lurking in the background? Learn More
  7. Jibon Nadir Opare
    US $14.00

    The book is about afterlife i.e. in search of meaning after death.  Learn More

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