E for entertaining!
ChEEEse, idlEEE, chutnEEE... there are a lot of EEE ways to get a smile – and we're sure our eee-books will make you happEEE too!
Up next! There’s a virus called Zyrus that’s hopped off naturalist and writer Zai Whitaker's pen and is set for a swosh into Dearth (earlier known as Earth). Are you readEEE? 
Twiddling thumbs can be a lot of fun! Get together with Thumb Thumb Thambi and Thumb Thumb Thangi for some specially created activities while you stay at home. For 4-plussers.
Up next! Book-tivities with 5 MORE Thumb Thumb books + bilingual books from the Imagine Words series
Many Languages... Many Voices... Many Stories...
These strange times call for something extra to give to children. Like the extra comfort of a story in an at-home language. So here’s what we have – tellings from our books in English, Hindi, Tamil, Malayalam, Telugu, Kannada, Marathi, Gujarati and Bengali, and soon in other languages too. Told by actors, writers, poets, dancers and storytellers... all putting their little extra into a project that offers little ones entertainment, reassurance and hope in a way only stories can. In a world that's changed so suddenly for them. 
New! The Monster at the Window by Meghaa Aggarwal and narrated by Jeeva Raghunath. Listen to this gentle story of the times, and watch a little child's thoughts come alive in the animated pictures. The tale has already travelled to Taiwan and told in Mandarin!

Up next! Go Away, Coronavirus!, a poem for children by Divya Thomas. To reach as many children as possible, Tulika is teaming up with Apalam Chapalam, a multilingual and video storytelling channel mainly for urban disadvantaged children. Tune in soon for a read aloud version of the poem in multiple languages including Kashmiri and Punjabi.
Mudras, music, movement with The Red Curtain Project!
Quick! Grab a front row seat for a royal treat! All the world is a stage and our books have taken centre stage! Watch Preeti Vasudevan of Thresh USA perform Munna and the Maharaja, the first of many book-based performances in partnership with them. They explore a contemporary movement language specifically derived from the gestures, rhythms and storytelling techniques of Indian classical dance-theater.
Gift a library!
NGOs and reading promotion groups need help getting books for underpriviledged children. Want to support them? Send us a message and we will connect you directly. A book packet will be sent to them tailored to your budget. 
I would like to contribute!

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