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The Patua Pinocchio
The Patua Pinocchio

This quintessentially Indian version of a much loved children’s classic features art from the Patua scroll tradition of Bengal, India. Carlo Collodi’s original Italian text centres on a marionette who escapes his wooden fate and has many adventures, including a stint at sea in the stomach of a shark. This Indian version is abridged from Carol Della Chiesa’s well-known English translation, and illustrated by award-winning scroll painting Swarna Chitrakar. 


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Price: $ 18.95
Sale Price: $ 14.20 / Rs 550.00

The Colour Book
The Colour Book

Sophie Benini Pietromarchi (art & text); Gita Wolf & Guido Lagomarsino (translation)


In this much-anticipated sequel to The Book Book, artist and educator Sophie Benini Pietromarchi takes children into the world of colour. Illustrated in remarkable collage artwork, and written in an intimate, easy tone, The Colour Book charts an exciting journey through childhood memories of shade and hue and leads the reader to the practical tasks, of mixing, playing, and experimenting with colours.

This is a wonderful, imaginative resource for children eight-years-and older, and for artists of all ages.


Sophie Benini Pietromarchi (art & text); Gita Wolf & Guido Lagomarsino (translation)


In this much-anticipated sequel to The Book Book, artist and educator Sophie Benini Pietromarchi takes children into the world of colour. Illustrated in remarkable collage artwork, and written in an intimate, easy tone, The Colour Book charts an exciting journey through childhood memories of shade and hue and leads the reader to the practical tasks, of mixing, playing, and experimenting with colours.

This is a wonderful, imaginative resource for children eight-years-and older, and for artists of all ages.



Price: $ 21.95
Sale Price: $ 16.50 / Rs 700.00

Alone in the Forest
Alone in the Forest

The latest children's picture book from acclaimed Gond artist Bhajju Shyam is a powerful yet sensitive visual story of the psychology of fear.


Bhajju Shyam, Gita Wolf & Andrea Anastasio


One day, Musa sets off alone to collect wood from the forest near to his home. Suddenly, he hears a deafening noise and is overcome with terror… Was the sound a wild boar? A whole herd of wild boars? Or something even worse?


What happens to Musa and how he learns to deal with his fear is explored in this powerful yet sensitive visual story of the psychology of fear. Typography, book design, narrative, and contemporary Indian tribal artwork by renowned Gond artist Bhajju Shyam come together in this new children’s book.


Gond tribal artist Bhajju Shyam is from Madhya Pradesh in central India. The Gonds are a community of highly visual people, who were traditionally forest dwellers, and the inspiration for this story came from Bhajju’s stories of his own childhood.

For ages 4 and up



Price: $ 16.95
Sale Price: $ 12.70 / Rs 375.00

The Enduring Ark
The Enduring Ark

This Indian version of the Biblical tale of the great flood is illustrated in the Bengal Patua style of scroll painting. Each flowing fold of the accordion takes the reader from a deluge of water to a rainbow of hope.


Joydeb Chitrakar, Gita Wolf


Ancient stories talk of an age when a huge flood destroyed the earth, leaving nothing behind. … You may have heard it before, but great tales must be retold – and so I will tell it now in my way, as I have heard it said.


This Indian version of the Biblical tale of the great flood is illustrated in the Bengal Patua style of scroll painting. Each flowing fold of the accordion takes the reader from a deluge of water to a rainbow of hope.


For ages 6 and above



Price: $ 21.95
Sale Price: $ 16.45 / Rs 800.00

I for Imagine
I for Imagine

I for Imagine features the work of the renowned photographer Marc Riboud. Using the alphabet as pointer, this unusual book travels through landscapes marked by memory and history. Delicate, whimsical and inexorably political, these pictures of war, love, the working class, revolution and the everyday, recall ways of seeing and witnessing, which belong to the golden age of photography.


Marc Riboud / Catherine Chaine Using the alphabet as guide, this lyrical photo book journeys into times and places marked by dream, history and anticipation.The alphabet book becomes a playful dimension through which to view the powerful images of master photographer Marc Riboud. The alphabets here are pointers, at once sharpening and diffusing meaning, taking us through landscapes marked by memory and history. Delicate, whimsical, and inexorably political, these timeless images of war, love, work, revolution, and the everyday recall ways of witnessing from the golden age of photography. Magnum contributor Marc Riboud was one of the first European photographers to travel to China in 1957. He is best known for his extensive reports on the East:"The Three Banners of China", "Face of North Vietnam", "Visions of China" and his most recent, "In China". He has won the Overseas Press Club Award twice and has had major retrospective exhibitions at the Musée d'Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris and the International Center of Photography, New York. Photography Hard Cover; 160 Pages 2-Colour



Price: $ 35.95
Sale Price: $ 26.95 / Rs 750.00

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