What do you like to do? Baguala is trying to answer this very question so she can find the best place to live and what she should be doing in life. * Carlos George-Nascimento Publishing Prize 2013, Children’s Book Category for the “Wuawua” collection. Chilean Book Association, Chile. * Hummingbird...[more]
Dragoballo Cabadro doesn't know if he's a dragon or a horse. What he's about to discover is that, strangely enough, he's a perfect mix of both. A wonderful title on how to gain confidence when one is different. * Carlos George-Nascimento Publishing Prize 2013, Children’s Book Category for the “Wuawua”...[more]
Lucas is very curious. He wants to explore the world around him and so he goes on a very special journey. What do you think he saw? * Carlos George-Nascimento Publishing Prize 2013, Children’s Book Category for the “Wuawua” collection. Chilean Book Association, Chile. * Hummingbird Medal Award...[more]
An incredible object book, Pajarario is illustrated by the acclaimed and award-winning Chilean artist Alejandra Acosta. For the first book she has completely authored, the artist has chosen 50 different birds and has drawn them in a way that seems to reveal each one's secret personality. Using tracing...[more]
Follow Kanchil's new adventures in the Indonesian forest! As Kanchil the mouse dear is returning from market eating some delicious rice cakes, he trips and falls into a large pit. Unable to get out on his own, he sets up a ploy that will save him and abuse the other animals that will meet his path (and...[more]
A baby elephant is lost and alone in the forest when a herd of buffaloes comes along and taken him into their fold. So what is he now – elephant or buffalo? Inspired by a true story, this is a joyous tale in verse that touches lightly on the themes of loss, adoption and integration. Illustrated by...[more]
Monyet the monkey and his friend, Kanchil the mouse deer, plant a garden and look forward to the fruit. When they are finally ripe and ready, Monyet climbs up the trees to pick them. But once he is up there, Monyet begins to eat the fruit all by himself… This re-telling of an Indonesian trickster tale...[more]
A series of paintings of weird animals - half cow-half fish, half rooster, half crocodile. It would show the animals separately at first, and then ask, what would happen if they became one animal? What kind of sound would this weird creature make? What would its behaviour be like?
The Life of Trees is a fine example of Gond art from central India.Trees are fundamental to the Gond imagination, since the Gonds were until recenty forest dwellers. Bhajju Shyam, Durga Bai and Ram Singh Urveti Intricately drawn visions of trees fill the pages of this sumptuous book of art and folklore...[more]
Tiger on a tree is a whimsical poem for small children about a wild tiger cub that wanders into a village. The art, verse, and typography run and bounce off the page, pursuing the tiger in his misadventures. Was the award winner of the biennale of illustrations , Bratislava 1999.
One morning, Falguni the fruitseller finds a crocodile in a ditch. ‘Catch that crocodile!’ shout the terrified townspeople. But who will do it? Catch that Crocodile! is a book of comic verse with a subtle environmental message. yet another delightful picture book from the award-winning illustrator...[more]