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“A child who reads will be an adult who thinks.”

STG takes a step forward in the in-cultivating reading habit by tying up with amazon.in to order books, e-books and audiobooks directly from here. Careful selection of age-appropriate books for the young mind is primed to nurture reading habit.

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The Very Hungry Caterpillar, by Eric Carle

The Very Hungry Caterpillar is a picture book for children. The book focuses on the life of a caterpillar that is extremely hungry.
This caterpillar devours many different food-items before it pupates. After this, the caterpillar metamorphoses, becoming a beautiful butterfly

Peppa Pig: Fairy Tale Little Library

The Peppa Pig Fairy Tale Little Library is a charming collection of mini fairy tale classics with the characters from Peppa Pig, presented in a beautiful slipcase box

Everyday Words (Ladybird Mini)

Learning how to recognize and use everyday words is an important step in building your child’s vocabulary.
This bright book is designed to help parents amuse, interest and at the same time teach their children vital early learning skills.
Useful parent tips are included throughout to support the learning process.

The Best Nest

Two birds face many decisions and dangers before finding the Best Nest. A new edition of the classic illustrated storybook, ideal for children just beginning to read on their own.

The Berenstain Bears and the Joy of Giving (Berenstain Bears/Living Lights)

The Berenstain Bears and the Joy of Giving is an excellent book to read this Christmas season. Understanding the purpose of gift giving is a tough concept for children young and old.

It has a nice Christmas message about the joy of giving.

The Berenstain Bears Thanksgiving Blessings (Berenstain Bears/Living Lights)

The Berenstain Bears Thanksgiving Blessings Ride along with the Bear family on Thanksgiving Day as Brother and Sister learn about all the things they—and YOU—can be thankful for … including faith, family, and the huge feast waiting for them at the end of their journey to Gramp’s and Gran’s. Includes a sheet of colorful stickers featuring the whole Bear family.

The Berenstain Bears: We Love Our Mom! by Jan Berenstain , Mike Berenstain

With Mother’s Day only a week away, Brother and Sister Bear are looking for the perfect present for Mama. After all, Mama Bear is always there for her cubs!
So what can the cubs possibly do to show their mom how much they love her?

My First Dictionary

A colourful and modern update of My First Dictionary, with 1000 words, bright colour pictures and clear definitions that will help your child perfect their As, Bs and Cs in no time.

The Berenstain Bears Meet Santa Bear (First Time Books(R))

How can Santa’s sleigh land when there’s no snow on the ground?
How can he possibly fit down all those skinny-minny little chimneys? And how come every mall has a different Santa?
These are just some of the highly delicate issues handled in this classic First Time Book that’s back in print with a cheery new cover for a new generation of Bear fans.

Picture Dictionary

The ladybird picture dictionary is an ideal first reference book containing over 750 basic words, designed to develop children’s reading, writing and spelling skills.

The Bad-tempered Ladybird

A classic picture book by Eric Carle: The Bad-Tempered Ladybird. The bad-tempered ladybird picks fights with every animal he meets,
but soon learns the importance of friends and turns into a far nicer, happier bug

Brown Bear, Brown Bear, What Do You See? (Picture Puffins)

A classic picture book by Eric Carle and Bill Martin, Jr – Brown Bear, Brown Bear, What Do You See? Exuberantly coloured artwork and favourite animals make this rhythmic story
the perfect introduction to looking and learning about colours.

The Very Busy Spider

A classic picture book from Eric Carle – The Very Busy Spider. Early one morning a little spider begins to spin her web on a fencepost and she doesn’t stop until it is finished . . .
-A perfect story for reading aloud and sharing.

The Tiny Seed

A classic picture book by Eric Carle – The Tiny Seed. When the tiny seed is blown away from its parent plant, it travels a very long way – over seas, deserts and mountains.
The tiny seed survives the hazards of the journey and finally falls onto fertile earth

I Feel Angry (Your Emotions)

A book that describes what it is like to feel angry, as it is experienced by young children.
Readers will identify with Mike Gordon’s humorous and inventive depictions of this feeling, and be insprired by the various solutions on offer.

Excuse Me - Learning About Politeness (Values)

Deals with politeness, looking at situations where children may be rude or badly-behaved. The book encourages courtesy towards others in situations such as on the bus and at mealtimes

All the World

All the world is here. It is there. It is everywhere. All the world is right where you are.
Scanlon’s text has a child-friendly simplicity reminiscent of Margaret Wise Brown…All the World will win audiences with a sensibility both timeless and thoroughly modern.

Boo Hoo Bird (Tankard Bird Picture Books)

Bird and Raccoon are playing ball, when Bird gets bonked on the head. “Boo hoo hoo!” he cries. What will make Bird feel better? A kiss? A cookie? A bandaid?
Bird’s friends Raccoon, Rabbit, Beaver, Sheep, and Fox are full of sweet and funny ideas.

Bubble Trouble

Little Mabel blew a bubble and it caused a lot of trouble… Such a lot of bubble trouble in a bibble-bobble way. For it broke away from Mabel as it bobbed across the table,
Where it bobbled over Baby, and it wafted him away. Follow the hilarious efforts of the townsfolk as they chase the baby far across the town in an effort to get him down from the bubble safe and sound.

Duck! Rabbit!

From the award-winning author of Little PeaLittle Hoot, and Little Oink comes a clever take on the age-old optical illusion: is it a duck or a rabbit? Depends on how you look at it!

My Garden

The girl in this book grows chocolate rabbits, tomatoes as big as beach balls, flowers that change color, and seashells in her garden. How does your garden grow?

Wee Little Bunny

Wee Little Bunny just can’t sit still. It’s not that he doesn’t want to hear the tortoise’s story or play with the fox, but he can’t seem to stay in one place long before he has to hop, hop, hop off and play.
The only person who can get him to calm down is his mama, and when she does, he gets to tell her all about his busy day!

Wombat Walkabout

Early one morning when the sun came out, Six woolly wombats went walkabout. This whimsical counting poem follows six brave little wombats on walkabout in the Australian outback.

Frederick

While the other field mice work to gather grain and nuts for winter, Frederick sits on a sunny rock by himself. And when the food runs out, it is Frederick, the dreamer and poet,
whose endless store of supplies warms the hearts of his fellow mice, and feeds their spirits during the darkest winter days.

Dear Zoo: A Lift-the-Flap Book (Dear Zoo & Friends)

Dear Zoo is twenty-five years old — and still as popular as ever! And with an updated look, this children’s classic is sure to delight a new generation of readers!

The Lion & the Mouse

In award-winning artist Jerry Pinkney’s wordless adaptation of one of Aesop’s most beloved fables, an unlikely pair learn that no act of kindness is ever wasted.

″More More More,″ Said the Baby Board Book (Caldecott Collection)

More More More, Said the Baby Board Book is basically a book for babies and toddlers. The book has three vignettes about three babies, along with their grownups who love them
and shower them with love, care and affection.

From Head to Toe

A lively and fresh interactive introduction to the basic body parts and movements. Gorillas, elephants, camels and other animals invite all young readers to clap, stomp, wriggle and bend like they do.

Touch and Feel Playbook (The Very Hungry Caterpillar)

Touch And Feel Playbook (The Very Hungry Caterpillar), the children’s picture book whose theme showcases the transformation of an unflattering caterpillar to a surreal butterfly was an instant rage.

The Mixed-up Chameleon (Picture Puffins)

Created by the famous American illustrator, Eric Carle, The Mixed-up Chameleon is a picture book designed for children. This book attempts to educate children on the differences between various animals by presenting a morally enlightening story that features a chameleon.

Do You Want to be My Friend? (Picture Puffins)

Do You Want To Be My Friend? (Picture Puffins) has been created by Eric Carle, the famous American illustrator of children’s books. This book features the story of a mouse who goes on an adventure in his attempt to find a friend for himself.

The Eric Carle Mini Library: A Storybook Gift Set (The World of Eric Carle)

This padded box set of Eric Carle’s classic tales includes full-length mini editions of Rooster’s Off to See the World, Papa Please Get Me the Moon, Pancakes Pancakes, and A House for Hermit Crab. Each mini-book slips into a sleeve bound into a padded cover featuring Carle’s signature colors and patterns.

Little Cloud

A sweet, playful story in which Little Cloud loves changing shape. He can be a horse, or a tree, or even a clown. At the end of the story he joins all the other clouds in the sky to make one big cloud – and then it rains!

Rooster′s Off to See the World (Picture Puffins)

Rooster’s Off to See the World is a captivating picture book from Eric Carle, author-illustrator of The Very Hungry Caterpillar, which teaches young children basic numeracy through a delightful story about an adventurous rooster

Mister Seahorse

A stunning new picture book from Eric Carle about Mister Seahorse and other ‘male mothers’, with special acetate pages that hide fish behind rocks and reeds. As he floats through the sea, Mister Seahorse meets a Mr Stickleback, Mr Tilapia, Mr Kurtus and many other fish fathers caring for their eggs and babies in the most surprising ways.

Papa, Please Get the Moon for Me (The World of Eric Carle)

Monica wants the moon to play with, so her Papa sets out to get it. It isn’t easy to climb to the moon, but he finally succeeds — only to find the moon is too big to carry home. Children will love the joyful way in which this problem is solved.

1, 2, 3, to the Zoo: A Counting Book (Picture Puffins)

Monica wants the moon to play with, so her Papa sets out to get it. It isn’t easy to climb to the moon, but he finally succeeds — only to find the moon is too big to carry home. Children will love the joyful way in which this problem is solved.

Pancakes, Pancakes! (Pixies)

This is the story of Jack, who wants a giant pancake for breakfast. His busy mother says he must gather the ingredients that are located in several different places. Jack has to spend a lot of time gathering them. When will he ever get to eat his pancake?

My Very First Book of Words

In My Very First Book of Words, children can match the picture in the bottom half with the word in the top half. Which one is the car? Which one is the fish? Only you can match them. Children will love solving the puzzles of these clever, vibrant books.

The Foolish Tortoise (The World of Eric Carle)

This classic story whimsically illustrated by Eric Carle returns with a fresh new cover design. Children and adults will enjoy this jubilant tale of a tortoise on a journey of self-discovery!

Have You Seen My Cat? (The World of Eric Carle)

In Eric Carle’s charming and popular story, Have You Seen My Cat?, a little boy worries about his missing cat and travels to different places in search of his pet. The boy encounters numerous feline counterparts as he searches, including lions, leopards, and tigers—but it isn’t until the last page that he finally finds his missing pet!

The Artist Who Painted a Blue Horse (Picture Puffins)

“I am an artist…” begins Eric Carle’s vibrant tribute to the creative life. And just like an imaginative child, this is one artist who paints the world as he sees it- a red crocodile, an orange elephant, a purple fox, a black polar bear (!) and a wonderful polka-dotted donkey. Filled with some of the most magnificently colourful animals of Eric Carle’s career, this is a book that celebrates imagination and the artist within us all.

Slowly, Slowly, Slowly, Said the Sloth

The sloth moves very slowly and takes life very gently; all the other animals in the rainforest want to know why he is so slow, so quiet, so boring and so lazy. The sloth’s reply is a good and surprising one – quite a philosophical statement in favour of slowness!

Fortunately the Milk

You know what it’s like when your mum goes away on a business trip and dad’s in charge. She leaves a really, really long list of what he’s got to do and the most important thing is Don’t Forget To Get The Milk. Unfortunately, Dad forgets. The Graveyard Book and Coraline, brings his biggest ever publishing year to a spectacular conclusion with this gloriously entertaining novel about time-travel, dinosaurs, milk and dads.

Monkey Puzzle

Can butterfly help little monkey find his mum? Yes, finally, but only after a lot of trial and error as butterfly misunderstands monkey’s descriptions and leads him to all sorts of unsuitable animals. Monkey Puzzle is a charming jungle tale with the hallmark rhyming text of Julia Donaldson and lively illustrations of Axel Scheffler, creators of The Gruffalo.

The Eric Carle Mini Library: A Storybook Gift Set (The World of Eric Carle)

This padded box set of Eric Carle’s classic tales includes full-length mini editions of Rooster’s Off to See the World, Papa Please Get Me the Moon, Pancakes Pancakes, and A House for Hermit Crab. Each mini-book slips into a sleeve bound into a padded cover featuring Carle’s signature colors and patterns. The set ties together with two different brightly colored satin ribbons adding a whimsical touch to this sweet collection of stories

Tintin in America

Tintin travels to Chicago to report on the gangsters and comes face to face with dangerous criminals.

Leonardo and the Flying Boy (Anholt′s Artists Books for Children)

Zoro, pupil to the great Leonardo Da Vinci, finds that his master is building a mysterious flying machine, in a story based on a true event.

Van Gogh and the Sunflowers (Anholt′s Artists Books for Children)

Despite the derision of their neighbors, a young French boy and his family befriend the lonely painter who comes to their town and begin to admire his unusual paintings.

Trout Are Made of Trees

How can a leaf become a fish? Join two young children and their dads to find out, as they observe life in and around a stream.Energetic collage art and simple, lyrical text depict the ways plants and animals are connected in the food web.Back matter provides information about the trout life cycle as well as conservation efforts that kids can do themselves.It’s a natural choice for Earth Day.

Wacky Wednesday

Just how wacky can a Wednesday get? With shoes on the wall, tortoises in trees, pigs without legs and teachers on roller skates, children will have lots of fun counting all the wacky things they can find on each spread of this entertaining book.

A Great Day for Pup (The Cat in the Hat’s Learning Library

It’s time now to go
to wherever on earth
the wild babies grow.

Join the Cat in the Hat as he introduces beginning readers to reptiles.