Stories you heard from your grandparents were gifts you treasured

Share that gift with your child today

- Books in general help in building Cognition and Imagination. Studies indicate that reading makes you smarter through a larger vocabulary and more world knowledge in addition to the abstract reasoning skills.”

Cognition

Scholastic calls reading “a gift for time-challenged parents who may feel guilty about missing special moments with their kids”

Bonding

Early readers tend to be armed with the vocabulary necessary to communicate to their peers, teachers, and parents.

Communication

Based on an old Indian folk lore, the story is a familiar one for grown ups while retold in the current context , making it relevant to children even today

Relatability

Rich colours, bright imagery and even a flight with the crow- appeal to the eye and unleash the imagination. Personalizing it will add to the attraction.

Illustration

Personalize the book for a child and usher them into the world of reading

 

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Digitally printed board book
Attractive add- ons with the book

The Crow- Long been a subject of ridicule and contempt for its look and voice, wishes to be someone else. In a word that demands children to aspire for superficial "mores"- more rich, more thin, more pretty, more tall, the crow flies our children to a page where freedom of worth a lot more than the beauty it seeks.

We are not heroes everyday, not on most days or even on any day of our lives. Let our books be what we are and the celebrate our satisfaction (even in misplaced....).