On a cold night when all the baby pomegranates were cuddled up, a white worm entered their home. Mama Seed, who was afraid of worms, started worrying about the safety of her little ones. The night had covered the sky, and the Worm desperately asked the mother to let him stay as their guest for the night so he can forget about the unwelcoming darkness. The Baby Seeds ask their mum to let him stay and the Mama Seed reluctantly accepts. In the morning…
Everyone has a bellybutton, but what is it for? Children are curious about their bodies. The bellybutton seems to be useless so let’s help them realize otherwise. A common problem for this range of age is separation anxiety and dependency on the parents; this story tries to tell them that they can’t be connected to their Moms all the time and they need to get separated at a point in time, but the bellybutton would always be a hidden link between them and their Moms.
Fear from making mistakes and the mental obsession with perfection should be overcomed from the early years. Jane also thinks that she is not good enough in anything; so she doesn’t even give it a try. But she sees how a small ant tries many times to move a piece of cookie crumble. She thinks to herself maybe she can also try like the ant to do what she likes. There would be a little mess-up at most.
Each one of us, at a point in our lives, are scared of something. Most of these fears are created unconsciously and are baseless. As we grow older, these fears change or turn into new fears. This process is a natural process and feeling scared is a natural feeling as well. The little boy of this story is talking about his fears and how he used to be scared of other things which are no longer scary to him. What is important is not letting fear stop us from living our lives or doing what we love. You know what they say: “Be afraid and do it anyway!”
Have you ever had a traumatic life experience that left you feeling like you couldn’t do things the way you used to before? Flu, the flute of this story, is hit by a car one day after one of its concerts. The accident causes him to lose three of its key notes and be left only with two. He sets on a journey to find a new place for himself and his two remaining notes. After encountering several creatures that try to help him in their own fun ways, Flu finally realizes he makes the best ambulance noise in town and joins forces with a cool ambulance to help people out.
Friendship blooms when a mutual affection connects people to each other. This affection can be created by mutually loving anything; in the case of our story, it’s a beautiful little dandelion which carries the news of new friendships across the land. Through its journey, a little rhino, an alligator, a parrot, a zebra, a giraffe and even an elephant follow it to its destination. Once the dandelion reaches home, the animals realize that they have become friends along the way.
“8 Ice-creams a Day?! Who doesn’t want to! Maybe this is the most delicious way for children to learn what “endeavor” means. In this story kids will learn if they have a dream, they must try hard to make it come true, and giving up doesn’t make any sense. Apart from that, the humor in the illustrations, depicts that not every way is the best way to reach your goal.”
Lousi’s family is going to have an exciting trip to Japan, but Louis is distracted by something else during the whole trip. Can you guess what it was?
Parents have many struggles with their children overusing their tablets and computer games, and they would love to know how they can manage their kids’ screen time. “A dream journey to Japan” is about a family trip, which is full of excitement; of course, for the parents! Since their son has his eyes fixed on his tablet all along the trip, and he misses a lot. The story implicitly shows what a beautiful world is there outside the tablet and how you may easily miss so much fun and adventure if you do not put a limit on digital games and screen time.
A stranger walks into this hilariously crooked city and wants to fix things up! A fun picture book for the little bookworms.
Being able to state your ideas and beliefs and trying to prove them, is an ability that even most adults lack. The crooked city is the story of a zebra that believes everything is crooked in the city and nothing is straight; and although this puts him in trouble, he tells his opinion to every one of the citizens and even to the King. To teach self-confidence and critical thinking to children, this story can be of great help.
It does not matter how small or ordinary you may look; you are as important and great as you should be in this world and your presence matters and is purposeful.
The story is about a little button’s adventures in search for finding out what is its purpose?
There are lots of animals in the forest. But have you ever thought how these animals find their food? What if they don’t want to eat other animals? Is it possible?
Ribo is a young frog. He doesn’t like the circle of life. He wished that he could change it… But as it is always said, be careful on what you wish!!
The importance of the rules of nature and why the Circle of Life matters, has been beautifully clarified in this story.
( Happy is deliberately spelled with one P!)
School is a place full of friendship, where nice and polite kids are in peace with their teachers. Teachers and parents love peaceful school where all the students are friends, and they always do whatever needed to keep the school in peace; Whatever needed! Whatever!
A fantastic story about the point that what a chaotic world adults (parents and teachers) can make for children, regardless of their goodwill!