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Reader Blasts Off
Viraaj Vig

Viraaj Vig created endearing animation characters, Reader and his friends, at age seven to 'make people happy'. Join Reader, Spot, Dan, Edward and Lizard in three of these action packed stories, Space Effect, The Amazing Racer and Lift-Off, which have been published in a collection entitled, Reader Blasts Off, Viraaj's first published work. It is his hope that this book will bring moments of great joy to little children. All proceeds from book sales go to charity.

US $17
Lights for the Blue Prince - A story of Diwali
Soumya S Ayer

This is the story of Prince Rama, the Blue One, and the heroic effort to rescue his beautiful wife from the clutches of the evil ten-headed king, Ravana. The story of Prince Rama, a jewel among men, is a popular tale that has been retold since ancient times. It is said to bring blessings on those who listen to it. It is one of the many legends associated with the celebration of Diwali, the Hindu festival of lights. From simple shadows cast on a cave wall to elaborate shadow puppetry, man has tried to tame shadows to tell a tale. This book has been inspired by shadow puppet theatre, an ancient form of storytelling, and incorporates the use of traditional Indian shadow puppets and silhouettes to tell the story.

US $12

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The Right to Be
Zena Sorabjee

The Right to Be is a powerful and unique attempt to introduce children to the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. It asserts that we are all born free and equal no matter how we look, where we are born or whether we are rich or poor. Rights are the same for everyone, and they protect us all equally.

164 Pages
US $18
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