Stories for the little ones Telugu Combo (Set of 7) (3 to 5 years)
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Set of 7 books in Telugu from Tulika for ages 3 to 5 years.
1.Where's The Sun?: One morning, a mother and child go in search of the sun. Will they find it? The simple story is based on a traditional painting by a master Warli artist, with illustrations extracted from the original spectacular canvas..24 pp, ISBN 9789350461358.
2.Ranganna:An elephant with nail polish? Illustrations that are a riot of colour zestfully capture Ranganna the elephant who loves colour and wants to paint his nails in different hues!.24 pp, ISBN 9789350463796.
3.Henna On My Hands: Squiggles and swirls, loops and curls, diamonds and dots. . . and a small surprise! The little girl watches as her mother traces the cool, moist patterns on her palm. Then comes the waiting. . . 24 pp, ISBN 9789390126071.
4.Four:A cat has four legs, a dog has four legs, a chair has four legs... Four is special for Ela will be four tomorrow, and with Cat, Dog, Car and Grandma, it’s four times the fun!.28 pp, ISBN 9789386667526.
5.Bumoni's Banana trees:Bumoni’s big backyard, just outside the Kaziranga National Park, is bursting with banana trees. But one night, a herd of wild elephants crosses the river, discovers the trees, and gorges on them… What will Bumoni’s family do now? 28 pp, ISBN 9789390834389.
6.Basava And The Dots Of Fire: Basava is collecting firewood in the forest when it grows dark and he can't find his way home. Who comes to his rescue? A gentle story with dramatic illustrations.24 pp, ISBN 9788188733160.
7.Ayyo… That Parrot!: Murali is being chased by a parrot that keeps repeating what he says and doing what he does. What kind of a bothersome bird is this that has Murali in a flap?! 28 pp, ISBN 9789390834587.
Contains: 7 books
3 to 5 years
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ABOUT THE BRAND
The Nestery is proud to present Tulika’s imaginatively created children’s books, which pioneered a fresh wave in Indian publishing in 1996. An independent publishing house based in Chennai, Tulika's focus is on children's picture books in English and other Indian languages — Hindi, Tamil, Malayalam, Kannada, Telugu, Marathi, Gujarati and Bengali — so that more children can access books in the language of their choice. Tulika titles offer a range of experiences and are inclusive and representative of different childhoods, of different social milieus, of different cultural contexts. The visual language too is diverse, with the traditional alongside the contemporary.