Winter is coming. It’s almost here. There’s a nip in the air and we know you might be fleshing out hoodies and sweaters for your younger ones. To keep them warmer, we present to you their new cuddle buddies, our November releases! Our November releases are some of our greatest because we’ve saved some of the best for some of the last ones of the year. So, here are our November releases for children’s literature, enjoyed best with hot chocolate!
Passepartout, Is that You? (Hook Book)
Illustrated by Jenna Jose
Thatha has asked Shyam to keep an eye on Passepartout, a rescued tortoise. But now Passepartout has disappeared. Where can Shyam and Kannamma find him?
The Girl Who Loved Words: Mahashweta Devi (Dreamers Series)
Before Mahasweta Devi became a writer and human rights activist, she was a girl with a love for words.
The Boy Who Made Magic: P C Sorcar (Dreamers Series)
Before the world knew of PC Sorcar as Jadusamrat-Emperor of Magic, he was a boy enchanted by a dream.
The District Cup
Though talented, technically-sound and quick on their feet, the Mulsari Eagles is a football team that is bogged down by tremendous challenges. There’s the mid-fielder Prithvi who wants to play professional football against his middle-class father’s aspirations; the winger Kadambini who is fighting negative attitudes and stereotypes to find respect on the field; the centre-back Mangya who performs on the streets for a living… The struggles are endless.
Their coach Siraj wants the kids to have a fighting chance. But can he clash against the unbridled wave of corruption in Indian football, especially age fraud, for them to lift the District Cup? Can the Mulsari Eagles herald a new era in the once-glorious sport? Can they strike their way through to their goal?
In time for FIFA 2022, The District Cup is the perfect novel for all budding and veteran sportspeople!
That Big-Voiced Girl
A unique biography that explores and celebrates the life of a popstar as a feisty little girl
Right from her childhood, Usha Uthup knew that music was her true calling.
She picked up songs from the radio and sang with her big, booming voice.
But when rejected during the audition for her school choir, Usha wondered if her big voice was any good. All she wanted was to sing. Does she find a way?
Looking for Inspiration
A unique biography that explores and celebrates the life of a poet as a curious boy.
Right from his childhood, Rabindranath Tagore, also known as Robi, was attracted to nature. He found his poetic inspiration amidst the glassy waters of the pond, the leafy trees in his garden and the endless blue sky. But when Inspiration went missing one fine morning, Robi searched and searched all around the house. How would he write his poems again?
Sleepytime Tales with Nico Numero
Bedtime stories with oodles of fun
So, head to your nearest bookstore or buy these wonderful books online and get those perfect winter companions for your little ones this November!