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Love Like That

Author: Richa Jha

350.00

Additional information

Format

Paper Book

Weight and Dimension

(L x W x H mm): 279 x 222 x 4, 220 gm

Illustrator

Gautam Benegal

ISBN

978-93-5212-086-4

Published

2015

In a nutshell

Baby Kroo wonders why his Mamma doesn't love him in ways that other parents love their young ones.

Pages

32

Categories: , Tag: Product ID: 19084

Description

Little Kroo and Mamma Hop travel to different natural habitats around the world where Kroo is fascinated by new ways of parent-young one bonding. But why doesn’t his Mamma love him like that? What will get him to believe what she always says – that she may not love him like that, but she loves him the most in this world?

In this simple, elegantly told story, Richa Jha touches upon the one existential doubt every child’s mind faces at one point or another. The gentle pace of the book is in sharp contrast to the sheer scale of globe-trotting that the Mamma-baby duo are engaged in. Lyrical prose, a lilting assuring refrain, and adorable animals make this book a perfect bed time read. Gautam Benegal brings to life the landscapes with his magic brush strokes, each transporting the reader thousands of miles away to the real world of animals in their beautiful habitats.

Accolades and Awards: Shortlisted for Publishing Next Industry Awards 2016

About the Creators:

Richa Jha is a writer and an author of picture books for children, and the founder publisher of Pickle Yolk Books. Her books have won several prestigious awards in India and internationally, including the Crossword Book Award, Publishing Next Industry Awards, Neev Book Award, Parag Honour list, Comic Con Book Awards, The White Ravens and the South Asia Book Awards among others.

Born in 1965 in Calcutta, Gautam Benegal showed a marked aptitude for graphic arts from his early years. At age sixteen at the invitation of Satyajit Ray, renowned director and editor of the children’s magazine “Sandesh”, his illustrations and articles regularly appeared in Sandesh and subsequently other children’s magazines. Gautam Benegal has various children’s books to his credit ranging from children’s nursery rhymes, folk tales, to educational books. He loves to explore the ethnic cultural nuances and traditions of India using various styles in different artistic mediums. He is a renowned author, socio-political commentator and a National Award winner for animation films.

 

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