Illustrated History of India. Author : Wilco Books. Publisher : Wilco Publishing House. India has always remained a center of attraction for the world, be it for her technological prowess today or for being one of the oldest civilizations with magic, mystic & abundant prosperity. Till recently, she was looked on as a mystical country with many misconceptions. However, this mystical & magical power stems from her history that is captured in this book, with attractive illustrations supporting the exhaustive text.
A History of India presents the grand sweep of Indian history from antiquity to the present . .a brief history of modern india. 45 MB·12,896 Downloads. This book deals with the modern period of Indian history. Elfort has been made in this book to lay NCERT Hist. The ancient and medieval architecture of India. 77 MB·7,410 Downloads.
Maverick Children’s Books is a UK based publisher of children’s books. Their books generally have wonderful covers and illustrations, and are quirky. They publish a variety of books for children but only appear to be open to submissions in the picture book category. You can learn more about the team behind Maverick here. Tilbury House publishes adult books too (only nonfiction), but they mainly focus on publishing children’s books with a social message. Most focus on the environment, cultural diversity, nature, and social justice
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For generations, Hans Christian Andersen, Enid Blyton and our very own R K Narayan have delighted parents and kids with their timeless tomes. While the old guards of kid-lit continue their good work, a handful of authors are helping the Indian literary scene for children’s books grow tremendously. Reading books can open up many worlds for children.
A Groundwood book"-Jkt Topic: Illustrated children's books. California Digital Library. Learning to Read For children who recognize familiar words and can read new words with help. Puy print copies at Pratham Books. Topic: illustrated children's books. University of Technology Sydney Library. 57 57. The tailor of Gloucester.
Remember, a book which sports the label "classic" isn't intrinsically better for your children than one which does not. Books are not medicine to be forced down; they should be fun, exciting doorways into other worlds and different feelings and points of view. This is a marvellous, stimulating book that is brilliant for children who've had the individuality bashed out of them by school. The Water Babies by Charles Kingsley (Puffin, £. 9). The Illustrated Mum by Jacqueline Wilson (Corgi, £. For years the girls have persuaded themselves that life with mum is a gas (except when she goes weird) but now they are growing up and looking at the world and mum with new eyes.
While The Whisper is a book children ages 4 to 8 will enjoy, it also provides a wonderful introduction to "reading" wordless picture books and can be used in classrooms and at home for that purpose with kids 8 to 12. Once your older children have read The Whisper, give them a wordless picture book, such as Sidewalk Flowers below, and invite them to write, or tell, the story. Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, 2015. The story by Dave Eggers details the history of the Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco Bay and why it is bright orange rather than gray. Told in an entertaining, informal manner, using only a few sentences or a paragraph or two embedded in each double-page spread, Eggers' words and the illustrations by Tucker Nichols are work together to create a story that will capture and keep readers' attention. Except for a few simple sketches, the illustrations consist of paper cut-outs against pages of varying colors.
Discover 12 beautiful reminders of your childhood with our guide to the greatest illustrated children's books of all time. Although most might picture the Disney version oh Winnie-the-Pooh in bright red, the original illustrations for AA Milne’s beloved children’s book give a very different imagining of the bear with very little brain. EH Shepherd’s pen drawings create Pooh, Piglet and co. with a much more threadbare quality either uncoloured, or in a muted watercolour.
Books, authors, illustrators, publishers - and children - are discussed within their wider social, political, and economic environments. A fascinating and study for anyone interested in children's literature specifically, or history generally. Includes more than 200 black and white and color illustrations. From Publishers Weekly.