Get one of these illustrated nature books for your kids or gift one to some. You might just have helped fire the brain of a lifelong book-lover!
Namita Moolani Mehra’s book, ‘Superfoods for Superheroes’ features ten fun stories about a little boy fostering his relationship with healthy eating.
Sreelatha Menon’s new book ‘Learned Men & Women of Ancient India’ is a Harper Collins Children’s Festival pick.
The Tale of Makkhilal by Katha India is a delightful poem that introduces young readers to one of the most prolific health problems in India.
‘Trevor Noah: Born a Crime’ – the memoir has recently seen an adaptation meant for young kids to accommodate easy reading for young middle-grade readers.
‘Women Path-Breakers: Stories of Success & Strenght’ is a curated selection of the life and times of 7 iconic women from India, who lived ordinary lives until they just decided to be extraordinary, beginning with stories of women from the early 19th century.
“Phrebble the Phrongol’s Vacation Pictures” is a new children’s book by author Joe Spraga with an innovative, interactive twist.
Paint Like Franz Marc has a collection of the famous German Expressionist painter Franz Marc best known for his brightly colored paintings of animals.
“Have I Got a Story for You!” is a new podcast by PJ Library that gives classic Jewish folk tales a modern twist and brings them to sparkling life for families seeking an entertaining, enriching diversion from digital life.
“She Loves Me All the Same” is a newly published book by Alisha Gaddis that focuses on a young child and her relationship with her step-mother.
Monkey & Robot: Friends and Neighbors is a new book by writer and illustrator Peter Catalanotto that was published by Creston Books in the Fall of 2019.
“Hello” is a new wordless picture book by illustrator Aiko Ikegami that was published by Creston Books in October of 2019.