This is the story of a little worm who makes his
home in a fresh apple and wants to leave this home
to take a short trip. In doing so, he loses his way. Can
he builds another beautiful home for himself again?
delicate and eye-catching pictures turn the reader into a
companion and carry them along throughout the adventures
of the tiny hero of the story. The tale aims at conveying the
complex concept of enjoying the path of life and trying to
follow one’s dreams while cherishing one’s possessions in a
language suitable for children.
An unexpected event causes everything to collapse. How can we turn
threats into opportunities?!
Achoo the Monkey (The Tale of Jumbled Hellos) is a story that vividly demonstrates how
one may change threats into opportunities through lateral thinking. It will be easier if we
learn to look at our problems from a different perspective. And risk management is an
ability to learn during childhood which could help all in the course of their lives. Achoo is
a hello deliverer in the jungle but, thanks to an intelligent decision he makes when he is
under pressure, he makes the jungle a better place for everyone. There is also a simple
rule of life between the lines in this story: whether you wish to make a new friend or make
up with an old friend, the one golden way is to say HELLO!
Can a garden fill the gap between different generations?
The story is about a garden behind the window and siblings creating another one drop at a time and a surprising ending. If you like dreamy, poetic stories, then this is a pick and choose a book for you. The story of the Garden and the Drops of Paint has poetic language and artistic illustrations, beautifully incorporated into the story’s narration to fill children’s imagination. The playfulness and attractiveness of the story can be recognized via a rich ambiguity and figure of speech. The story follows the idea to teach children to connect generations through the universal language of art.
What can we expect to see or find if we decide to live in the mirrors one day?
The Little Girl, the Mirrors, the Mother is the poetic story of a girl who loves apples, mirrors, the sea, and grapes who decides to travel in mirrors and explore a new life. There, her mother is left with walls full of mirrors and seven days of wonder that pass one after the other. Delving into the realm of imagination and reality, the story introduces children to one of the aspects of life: to be bold and courageous in catching their dreams. The emphasis on imagination as one of the first steps in making our dreams into reality has been depicted through an unparalleled illustration, taking the readers to wonder about their wishes and sunder every challenge. The story also teaches children how they can find their artistic ingenuity and encourages them to be whatever they want irrespective of the obstacle.
It could be an exciting adventure to find your mother!
Turly, the little turtle of our story, has just been hatched and cannot see its mother. It goes to different animals thinking that they are its mother, but they are not quite the same; however, Mama rabbit has a different idea. Finding Mama can be considered as a true and perfect gift for all those children familiar with the experience of being adopted. Through colorful illustrations, the story brings a fun and adventurous way of exploring how we are different from one another and, at the same time, share some similarities.
What if we need to let our beloved ones leave so that they could live the life they desire? What if we were to be separated from our soulmate in order to bloom? What if the long distances between us prove how much we actually love each other?
Two Cherries beautifully depicts the importance of respecting everyone’s decision and point of view in life. While seeming inseparable, the two cherries of our tale choose to set out different paths for their journey in life with each of them embarking upon what they consider to be their goal. Nevertheless, what remains unchanging is their love for each and inseparability of their souls.
You’re going to miss things when they are gone.
Shoota, the little boy in the story, does not like certain things
such as some foods, classes, teachers, and many other
things. One day he finds a genie in a pack of crisps. He
wishes to get rid of all the things he doesn’t like. After a very
short time, he realizes that he misses all those things and
feels very lonely. Finally, he tries to turn everything back and
learns he has to tolerate all the things that may be annoying
There are many socks lost around the world and nobody knows where
they have all gone.
This story is about a baby – Oscar – who is always losing one of his socks in different
places. The author of the book was inspired by the real-life case of his grandchild in
writing this story. The story addresses one of the challenges that little children face
frequently. The reader can interact and help Oscar find his socks in each part of the story.
The aim of the story is to boost children’s cognitive skills in a humorous way..
Can you guess who is the most loving, caring, and generous person
in the whole world?
Children will learn how to do their tasks through interaction with many things, but
learning by playing can always attract their attention. they are not doing what they like. The significant It is of no surprise that listening
to parents can sometimes be a challenge, or that children find it unreasonable when
interactive nature of this story can act as a
element within the narrative of the book in helping children understand
the decisions that parents want them to make with love and kindness.
I wish he were here!
Dad Is Right Here is about a little girl on her birthday. The little girl and her mother have
baked a cake, gotten ready, and are waiting for their guests. Her mother calls her and she
remembers that she should blow the candles. She closes her eyes and as she is blowing
the candles, she thinks about reuniting with her dad.
It is never too late to hug our beloved friends.
The journey of the two friends in this story starts on a freezing winter day, one journey
that can save their friendship when the spring season comes. This story conveys an
important message about friendship and the value we should take to heart when we find
a friend we love dearly. Although Molly and Jonathan are getting ready to depart by force
as the new season is setting in, the story can teach children that just because someone’s
path is different, it doesn’t mean that we lose them forever.
Why do we all have a belly button though we don’t use it?
This is a question that a little boy asks his grandma in this educational and funny story.
The grandma tells him this is a way to connect a mother to her baby and it is the only
way that children can get nutrients while they are in their mothers’ belly. But why does
the doctor cut the tube connected to the belly button when a baby comes into the
world? A funny story about the belly button that talks about its function! Ironically, the
story teaches children they have to leave their parents at the right time.
Just start doing the things that are difficult to tackle
and all fears will disappear instantaneously.
Jane is a little girl who believes she is not good enough to
do difficult things. One day she sees an ant lifting a crumb
of a croissant which seems too heavy for the ant to carry. So
she notices that although some things look challenging to
do, they may be worth a try. This story teaches bravery and
encourages children to try different things that they love and
gain new experiences.
How can children find their true courage when faced with a decision!
I’m Scared too! is the story that invites children to be familiar with the concept of fear through a witty juxtaposition of text, characters, and illustration. As we delve into the book, children will know various aspects that may result in fear, and in the end, the story teaches them a simple solution on how they can overcome their fear and enjoy and have fun in their activities. Reading this story can be amusing but also a tremendous help to children in coping with stress and anxiety and accepting fear as a natural feeling.
Our ability to be the best version of ourselves could be our strongest
The young and talented flute in this story is the best flute in the whole world. You might
be thinking to yourself as to why I am saying this. Well, because he is the shining star
at every concert. However, one day, which was a sorrowful day for our joyous flute, an
unfortunate event causes some of his keynotes to be broken. The musical sound that
he used to create lovingly was no longer there and so, he set out on a journey to find
out how he can be a great musician again. This story helps children learn that physical
disability can never interfere with their talent and that they should not consider their
disability as a weakness. Instead, with love and support, they can achieve the one thing
that can make them truly happy.
Finding good friends may not be as hard as you think if you look around
yourself well enough.
Are we Friends? is the story of a friendship that starts accidentally as a dandelion flies
away in the wind and meets a little rhino. The dandelion attracts the rhino’s attention
and the rhino follows it gingerly. Along the way, other animals see them and follow the
dandelion as well. Finally, they arrive in a green meadow with plenty of dandelions. They
understand that the dandelion made them gather together and become friends with each
other. This book is a great story which helps children learn that making a connection is
not as difficult as they think when they find shared values with their friends.
Can you have one, two, three, four, five, six, seven, and eight ice creams
What would you do if you were Anil and wished to have ice cream each day, not one
or two, but eight ice creams? You can say that coming up with various solutions and
devising new plans to accomplish what you wish for could be one of the ways to reach
your goal. This story emphasizes that children can achieve their desire if they put enough
energy and determination and helps them learn that being dream cannot be enough.
While traveling, Luie is not traveling!
In A Dream Journey to Japan, Luie travels with his family to Japan. During the travel,
he is playing with his tablet. Through a unique method of story portrayal, the book’s
illustrations show the game on Luie’s tablet, and what is narrated in the text is in the
background of the illustrations. The story shows that when children get addicted to video
games, they may lose valuable experiences in the real world.
A hilarious story where everything in the city is tilted.
Page by page with a sense of wonder, the funny depiction of all the
characters and the text will take you around the city to meet Zebright, the
story’s main character who finds himself in a town where everything is not
straight. When he tries to express his opinion, he is faced with unanticipated
events. The story teaches children to openly state their views, be observant
about their surroundings, and think critically. It further helps them enhance
their self-confidence when sharing their opinions.
A beautiful and powerful story about self-discovery and finding one’s
place in the world.
Familiarizing children with the concept of self-discovery can be a difficult lesson to teach
our littles ones. Great as a Button pursues this answer by taking the readers on a selfawareness
quest. Choosing a simple plastic button as the main adventurer of this book
is so engaging that children can easily identify with it. The story can be an excellent
gift for both adults and children who wish to better understand their purpose through
charming illustrations and an engaging storyline. Having won an international award for
“outstanding work that has shown superb creativity in engaging and inviting children to
read and explore”, the story stands out as one with an inspiring message.
What would it be like if there were no death in the world at all?
This story elaborates the notion of death with a funny and straightforward narration.
Ribou, a tiny frog, sees his favorite uncle get eaten by a giant snake, which makes Ribou
ask (from no one in particular),” Why must anyone ever have to die?” Ribou starts to find
answers to his question. He realizes this is all because of the circle of life. so he rubs it
out but this adds to his problems since no one dies after that. The book explains why we
die and what happens if we don’t.