Multicultural Children’s books

My Divine Friends’

My Divine Friends’ is the first touch and feel book about Hindu Gods from , written by Manasa Gautam @nineyardjourney illustrated by Aarthi Uma @arty_illustrator. This book …
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P Is for Poppadoms

Written By Surishtha Sehgal and Kabir Sehgal (mom & son) & Illustrated – Hazel Ito Age Recommendation- 2.5 years and above. Its hard bound book with shiny …
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Pancakes to Parathas

As the title of book suggests this is simple book which tells about breakfast and how it varies according to taste buds of people around …
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My India

Written by Olivera Jankovska @olivija18 and illustrated by Sreejith. This book is published by Atlas Ink @myhomelandbooksAuthor has taken readers to journey across India sharing the beauty of …
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The Celebration Of Diwali

This book is narration of how Diwali festival (Hindu festival ) has originated . Author has conveyed the festival ancient story through grandfather’s narration to …
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Just Ask

Every human born in this world can’t actually decide/ predetermine on how perfect their body or their health or their mind to be. If that …
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Dev and Ollie – Kite Crazy

Dev and Ollie series Kite Crazy written by Shweta Agarwal @devandollie & illustrated by Somnath ChatterjeeStory is about Dev and his magical dream , with his bedtime …
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Celebrate Durga Puja with me!

‘Celebrate Dura Puja with me’ written by Shoumi Sen @fromthetoddlerdiariesbooks and illustrated by Abira Das @artofabira .In this book, author explains to children about the entire fun during Durga …
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Salma the Syrian Chef

Beautiful story of daughter and mom relationship. Written by Danny Ramadan and illustrated by Anna Bron.Salma felt her mom was worried about new job, life in new …
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