The Hole Book, written and Illustrated by Peter Newell , is a classic, first published in 1908.
A young boy Tom Potts is playing with a gun when it goes off. The rest of the book follows the bullet’s progress through the walls of the apartment building and then to the outdoors, over the fence, into the drum, piercing through all that comes in its way………..
But where and how will it stop?
Will it travel round the world and come back?
Find out, by following the holes left behind by the bullet…
The illustrations are breathtaking and have an old world charm and the book literally has holes in every page…..
I AM Written by Dr. Wayne W. Dyer and illustrated by Stacy Heller Budnick takes up the difficult task of explaining kids where is or who is God!
This question that has moved man to go on a life long quest has been dealt with utmost care. The book uses a rhyme and illustrations to answer this question and helps children realize that they are greater than they ever imagined! There is also a special section at the end that teaches the important meaning and way to use the words I am to create love, happiness and greatness in their own lives and the world.
This book will surely be a gem in any library…..
Can you imagine the night without the song of the crickets?
The book “The Cricket who could not sing” written by “Farideh Khalatbaree” and illustrated by “Azita Arta”, is a story about a cricket who loved to sing, and everyone loved his singing too, but the breeze always told him that “These fields are pretty, but the forest is even more beautiful.”
So he decided to back his bags and instruments and went to the jungle, but soon he realized that the jungle was too big and no one could hear him.
How would he face the challenges of the jungle?
Will he be able to overcome them and peruse his passion?
Find out in this inspiring tale, with picturesque illustrations. It will surely strike the rite notes in your heart and will make the songs of the crickets sweater than ever, for all nights to follow.
Written and illustrated by Jo Epson , Rabbityness is a visual treat, and will make children go all “rabbity”……..
It celebrates individuality, encourages the creativity in everyone, and positively introduces children to deal with loss of any kind.
This is a story of a very special rabbity rabbit, who also liked doing some unrabbity things like Pinting, making music etc, and he did them all the time because it made him happy.
But one day he goes missing, and this makes his friends desolate. But he left behind lots of gifts for his friends….
What are those gifts? Find out in this rabbity tale.