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23 August 2010 1,964 views No Comment

Written by: Rashmi S

BILINGUAL BOOKS


Ekki Dokki
Ekki Dokki is a bilingual book in Hindi and English. It is based on an endearing Marathi folktale about two sisters. Ekkesvali has one hair on her head; Dhonkesvali has two and thinks she’s great.

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Mirchi Ka Daana / Runaway Peppercorn ( Hindi/English )
THE RUNAWAY PEPPERCORN by Suchitra Ramadurai, art Ashok Rajagopalan, is a bilingual book in Hindi and English. Amminikutty Amma picks out the last peppercorn from her spice box to make some tasty onion chutney. But little Kurumolagu has no intention of being ground and eaten just yet. With a desperate Amminikutty Amma hot on his heels, he hops, jumps, skids, brakes, revs and races his way away.

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Urundu Pona Kurumolagu / Runaway Peppercorn ( Tamil/English )
THE RUNAWAY PEPPERCORN by Suchitra Ramadurai, art Ashok Rajagopalan, is a bilingual book in Tamil and English. This ‘beautifully told and very charming story’ was chosen for an award in the 2003-2004 Commonwealth Short Story Competition from among 3700 entries. The lively animation-style pictures keep the book pounding with energy.

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FUN BOOKS



Annual Haircut Day
Annual Haircut Day is the story of Sringeri Srinivas – man with very long hair. For one reason or the other, everyone refuses to cut his hair. Poor fellow runs around the village asking for help. What happens? Does his wish get heard?

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Chand Ka Tohfa
Chand Ka Tohfa, an ebook based on the book published by Pratham Books, is an attempt to creatively use technology in increasing regional language exposure.

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LEARNING SERIES


Hindi Vowels
In Hindi language, vowels are called svar (swar). This children’s book is designed to help them familiarize, memorize and recite these Hindi vowels.

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