#PBSummerReads : Growing Up Week

We’ve been having so much fun with the #PBSummerReads campaign. What is most fun is to see the awesome activity ideas all of you have been sharing with us through the Read to Play contest. Last week we were celebrating books about the growing years – from tackling thumb sucking to getting the kiddos to sleep, from learning about your body to welcoming a new sibling. 
Here are the books we shared during the week. If you missed reading the books, click on the title names below to read the books in several languages.
Anaya’s Thumb (Author : Natasha Sharma, Illustrator : Ruchi Shah)
Anaya loves her thumb. When she visits the zoo, she finds out what baby animals seem to like.
Listen to My Body (Author : Noni, Illustrator : Angie and Upesh)
We all have a wonderful body. It is fun to ‘listen’ to our bodies.
Aunty Jui’s Baby (Author and Illustrator : Madhuri Purandare)
Anu and her mother visit Aunty Jui to see her new baby. Aai and Aunty fuss over her but Anu thinks the baby is really silly.
No Smiles Today (Author : Cheryl Rao, Illustrator : Saurabh Pandey)

Shanti was a happy girl. No one had seen her sad or quiet. Then one day she went very quiet.What had happened to Shanti?
Goodnight Tinku (Author : Preethi Nambiar, Illustrator : Sonal Goyal & Sumit Sakhuja)
Tinku, a little pup at Manugu’s farm is not sleepy at all. He decides to step out into the night and meets many interesting animals.
My Car (Author and Illustrator : Phidi Pulu)
Khaidi has a very special car that takes him to many places. Droomm… he drives wherever he wants to to go. Come, join him on a drive around the world.
Under My Bed ( Author : Anupa Lal, Illustrator : Suvidha Mistry)
Sometimes strange things lurk under my bed. Would you like to know what I found the other night?

We’ve also got a special pack of all the books from this list – available at a discounted rate* of Rs.199 only. Get your copies!
To keep track of the books we are sharing for #PBSummerReads, head to this page to see new books every day. You can also participate in the Read to Play contest.
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