You couldn’t have requested for greater than these heartwarming tales that these books provide to you. From the story in regards to the delivery of recent artwork in South Mumbai to an emotional one about ‘Huge Uncle’ and plenty of extra, these books can present consolation within the darkest of occasions. Simply savour these riveting tales.
THE ART GALLERY ON PRINCESS STREET Writer: Jerry Pinto Illustrators: Gieve Patel, Kripa B and Sudhir Patwardhan
Kekoo and Khorshed Gandhy gave fashionable Indian artwork a window to make a mark around the globe. Bombay’s Gallery Chemould was a house away from house for the artwork group, and a platform for a lot of younger artists to launch their careers. It was at Gallery Chemould that Khorshed Gandhy showcased tribal artwork from all around the nation, and the place Nalini Malani painted on the partitions as a part of her present. Learn this e-book in regards to the delivery of recent artwork within the coronary heart of South Bombay. Including an awesome dimension to this extremely informative e-book are its well carried out and extremely significant illustrations.
CHUCHU MANTHU’S JAR OF TOFFEES Writer: Adithi Rao Illustrator: Krishna Bala Shenoi
This e-book tells the story about Chuchu Manthu, probably the most loving individual Preet is aware of. He’s the kindest individual in Preet’s world and can be her finest pal. Chuchu is the pet identify Preet has given him. Manthu means ‘Huge Uncle’ in Konkani. Sooner or later, Chuchu Manthu has a dreadful ache in his abdomen. As he’s taken to hospital, he presses Preet’s hand one final time. After his dying, Preet wonders if his kindness has disappeared with him. This e-book relies on a real story about loss and grief, and compassion in on a regular basis actions.
BOMBAY DUCKS, BOMBAY DOCKS Writer: Fleur D’Souza Illustrator: Kripa
This story offers the reader a peek into the historical past of Bombay informed by the eyes of members of the Koli group who’ve lived and labored round metropolis’s coastal waters for over 500 years, fishing and manning boats. It’s raining and there’s not a lot one can do outdoor. Come and take heed to Aaji’s story in regards to the Kolis, the unique inhabitants of Bombay, their favorite fish Bombay Duck and town’s magnificent docks. Aaji tells her tribe of listeners that although folks assume Bombay was made up of seven islands, a very long time in the past, there have been 25 islands. Aaji feels the Bombay Geese and Mumbai’s well-known docks are what make this metropolis particular.
WHO STOLE BHAIYA’S SMILE? Writer: Sanjana Kapur Illustrator: Sunaina Coelho
This can be a thought-provoking story in regards to the lingering results of melancholy. Its primary characters Chiru and Bhaiya used to play on a regular basis. They’d discover caves underneath the staircase and battle the aliens on the mango tree within the yard. Now, Bhaiya doesn’t really feel like taking part in today due to his new monster pal Dukduk, who’s all the time hanging round him? Typically, Dukduk grows greater than a truck. Bhaiya will get indignant about all the pieces on these days. Nobody within the family takes Bhaiya critically. Chiru tries her finest to make Bhaiya completely happy and at last succeeds. This can be a very attention-grabbing story which give the reader invaluable insights on tips on how to hold melancholy at bay.
PIKU’S LITTLE WORLD Writer: Somak Ghoshal Illustrator: Proiti Roy Learn this e-book to understand how tales can present consolation difficult occasions like the current one. Piku loves lengthy summer season afternoons, and dislikes darkish summer season evenings when the sunshine goes off. Piku additionally likes taking part in with cats and chasing sparrows within the balcony and feeding squirrels that dwell on the mango tree. However most of all, he loves the tales Mummy reads to him in mattress. However Piku’s afternoons change into darker when, unexpectedly, Mummy leaves him. Piku asks cats, sparrows and squirrels the place he can discover Mummy. Learn the story to search out out extra.