Books to teach mannerism for kids

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A book about bringing happiness to people around

THE PLEASANT RAKSHASA

Author: Sowmya Rajendran

Illustrator: Nivedita Subramanian

Karimuga was a pleasant daksha who is purple in colour with pink cheeks and yellow wold flower like teeth and a big belly ..That’s the reason other rakshashas were jealous of him ..

When karimuga heard about the whispers of other rakshasa he was happy but he started Worthing and thought that no one should feel sad because of him and went to the wisdom tree of the jungke to seek help…

He seeked the blessings of the tree to transfer his beauty to other rakshasha around..

All the rakshasas were happy getting the colours on them…

And the karimuga was little sad about his dull look now..

Finally something happened to karimuga and he was happy too was the twist of the story…

A book to tell about sharing and to spread happiness to the people around..

A book for 2 year and above kids

Tulika books on creepy crawlies

Sunu -Sunu Snail STORM IN THE GARDEN by SANDHYA RAO ,Pictures by  ASHOK RAJAGOPALAN

Sunu sunu the snail who is playing in the garden with his friends the ants. Suddenly there is a storm in the garden. So the ants asked him to return back home so his mother will not worry for him.He returnd back to home, under a big rock, and started narrating about the storm and what all he heard.

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Do you want to introduce about India to your toddlers?

INDIA AN ALPHABET RIDE by SHALLU JINDAL

Illustrated by PRIYA KURIYAN

Do you want to introduce about India to  your toddlers?Do you face challenges to teach about India?

Then this book is your right choice

A book which uses illustrations and alphabets to tell everything about the country in a very simple interesting way..

Book starts with Letter A representing National ANTHEM and Continues with BRAVEry,different types of bravery awards  armed forces which keeps us safe, CULTURE, musical heritage, festivals, foods of different states ,DANCES and its origin, EQUALITY, India’s freedom, FLAG and its significance,Father of Indian Nation Mahatma GANDHI, quit india movement, non violence,the integral part of India,HIMALAYAS,INDIA,states of the country and its identity,JUNGLES of India, state animals, KAUTILYA- a great Indian teacher and philosopher,LANGUAGESof different parts of India, MONSOONS of India,NEHRU and his love for children,OM, PATRIOTISM, QUIZ-Wonderful things discovered in india,RIGHTS-fundamental rights from the Constitution of india, SALUTATIONS- ways of greeting people,TRADITIONAL KNOWLEDGE, arts and crafts, paintings, UNITY,VALUES That imbibe from our families and culture, WOMAN of India, godess, places every Indian must visit, different professions, ZERO , the invention of India..

Ends with an quote and encouraging words to the readers of the book..

An excellent book for the kids even for all to learn everything they need to know about India..

Tulika books for 0 to 2 years

 

Tulika books which we loved to read

1.Sunu-Sunu snail a storm in the garden

Sunu sunu the snail who is playing in the garden with his friends the ants. Suddenly there is a storm in the garden. So the ants asked him to return back home so his mother will not worry for him.He returnd back to home, under a big rock, and started narrating about the storm and what all he heard.

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A simple book to teach the children about the importance of name..

  EVERYONE HAS A NAME

Author: SHYAMALA.S  Illustrator: SAURABH PANDEY

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       A beautifully illustrated book to teach the children about the importance of name.. 
Look around , everything around you have a name..
This book starts with names of the fruits, vegetables, flowers, animals, shapes, tools, vehicles, colours,senses, season, feelings, parts of the body,living and non living objects,ends with people with different names and the reason why everyone don’t have the same name.
Every people are different ,unique and special..That’s y we all have different names.
simple book from CBT publications  for 2 years and above

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