A counting book for young children that features the sometimes active but sometimes lazing, but forever fascinating cows on the streets of Varanasi! The images on each page offer rich resource for picture-reading and group talk.
Cows is our book pick for the Toka Junior box and we combine it with an activity that builds Figure-Ground Discrimination, counting and reading skills.
Help your children learn numbers 1-10 in Hindi in a fun way! Based on the old Hindi rhyme "Ek Tha Raja Ka Beta", this is an interactive board book with lift the flaps and pull tabs that will keep the children captivated. This book is also available in Tamil as Pathu Naatkal!
One little child is staring at something. Another joins him, then another . . . till finally ten little children are staring at something. What do they see? The suspense builds up, page after page, through text and picture, to an amusing climax. This beginner counting book has illustrations as innovative as the concept, in black and white pen-and-wash on paper. The children are from different social backgrounds, communities and abilities — a quiet comment slipped unobtrusively into the pictures.
The book is a tale of the numerous animals that are clambering up a tree! The book is essentially a number book, but gives its readers much, much more. It is a picture book and a nursery rhyme book too. The illustrations, which are from the Gond tribal tradition of central India are very attractive.The fonts are big – exactly what you would want for your young reader. The language is simple. The lovely rhyme used to count the animals – makes counting so much more fun! The way the tree keeps expanding to provide home to the increasing number of animals is wonderful. We also loved the subtle message which comes through of living harmoniously. The book ends on a sweet note of hope that yet more can be accommodated on this lovely tree!
Adu (Ee-doo) and Adu (Aa-doo) are very excited. Guests are coming over for dinner and their Mamma has already cooked a lot. Next, she is cooking Gulab Jamuns, but Idu and Adu don t know what Gulab Jamuns are. Before long, they discover just how good these wonderful golden, sugary syrup-soaked balls are and how quickly they melt in their mouths. But Mamma has only made 10 Gulab Jamuns. Will they last until their guests come?
This light-hearted, humorous story will warm your heart and tantalize your taste buds. It also includes some basic lessons in counting and an easy recipe to make those delicious Gulab Jamuns yourself.
This colorful Hindi book Introduces your child to colors, counting, and animals in English and Hindi. The book uses transliteration of Hindi words and can be used by children and adults who are not familiar with the script.
This Montessori numbers book is TamilMontessori's debut children's Tamil book for children aged 0 - 3 years. This board book introduces numbers to the littlest readers through a scrumptious feast served on banana leaf. This book is illustrated by Dejeshwini and published by Zhagaram Publications.
A fun-tastic activity book that marks a big day for everyone's favourite ele-friend (or elephant) from the super-selling series Gajapati Kulapati! This fun and lively coloring books is perfect for kids who love Gajapati Kulapati, the most popular elephant in any town! Color Gajapati and his friends, then read the book again and again, and learn to count too! Puzzles and fun activities will keep your kids occupied all day.
A wacky lot of numbers have the time of their life in this all-time favourite Punjabi rhyme! Don't miss this lovely board book from Tulika! This Punjabi rhyme adapted in English brings out the concept of numbers, ascending and descending order of numbers in a wonderful way. Colorful pictures by Shreya Sen make the numbers alive by making them walk, run, skip, see, and laugh!