Our garden is full of organic fruits and vegetables. Which ones are we growing?
A little boy is old enough to tie his shoes, but too young to help his father paint the house. He is old enough to feed himself, but too young to help his mother cook. Is he too young, or too old?
Which animal is fast and which is slow? This book tells young readers which animals are faster than others.
Tithi, Anu and Kushum don't need wings to fly like birds or dragonflies or butterflies. Through the power of play and imaginary wings, they soar as high as a kite or a cluster of clouds.
Some animals have sharp teeth for biting. Other animals have flat teeth for grinding. Some animals don't have any teeth. What about you?
When Shyam is sleepy he has trouble brushing his teeth. But dreaming big is no trouble at all.
When a tiger moves through the forest, all the animals and birds know! Listen to the different alarm calls that warn everyone in the forest that the tiger is here.
Why do we need trees? What parts of a tree do we use to make things? Do you have a favourite tree?
Read about different types of transport. A family travel by boat, plane and bus. Where do you think they are going?
Mata lives in the Trobriand Islands. He carves wood. Read how he makes a big bowl. Mata is proud of his bowl and his culture.
Three little kittens are afraid of the neighbourhood dog. He really wants to play with them, but whenever they see him they run away! Why do you think they are so scared of him?
Even the king of the jungle must keep his teeth clean. Read this sweet story about who taught him this important lesson.
Peacock is sad. He wants to be able to fly like the other birds. What happens when he starts collecting feathers?
The new boy has a disability. Some children laugh. Manu cannot kick a ball but there is something he can do. What makes the children shout and cheer?
Tharul wants to help a lost and injured duckling. He takes the duckling home but they only find more trouble there!
Two children discover a ladybird while walking back from school. What kind of insect is it?
This is a little poem about a conical hat. It is a hat woven from cane. It is used for many things. Would you like to know more about this delightful little hat?
An elephant tries to help a little lost bee find his home. Is it the nest? The cave? Where does he live?
Thambu loves flying his kite. One day, the string breaks while Thambu is flying it. What will Thambu do?
Can you tell which family members are tall and which are short? This book demonstrates the concept of opposites— tall and short— through the members of a child’s family.
Sani has a pet cat called Suri. One day, she comes back from school, but cannot find Suri anywhere. While searching all over, she meets different kinds of cats, but none of them are Suri. Will she find her pet? Read and find out!
Rat loves to play hopscotch but he has no one to play with. His neighbour, Goat, is at home but he prefers to be alone. Can Rat persuade Goat to play with him?
Rat and Frog go into the bush. They want to eat mangos, but a surprise visitor wants to eat Rat and Frog? Who will do the eating?
Putu is a small fish. Gutu is a big fish with big teeth! Oh no! Gutu is coming for Putu? How will Putu escape?
Poki the pig follows Telu to school. What do the children do? What does the teacher say? What does Poki learn at school?
Peter likes peanuts. His Aunty Kila shows Peter how to cook peanuts. Yum! What will Peter do with the peanuts he takes home?
The pictures tell this very funny story. What does Papa do when he sees a snake? What does the snake do when it sees Papa?
Peter and Nina get ready for school. They show us their school. What things do you like to do at school?
How do you spend your holidays? Join the characters in this book as they describe the things they do during their holidays.
John cannot walk and talk like others in the class. But the children learn from John, and we can too.
One day, Frog catches Wasp. “Now I've got you!" Frog says. But Wasp sees that Frog is in trouble, too! In a humorous chain of events, each animal is caught and nearly eaten by another, until Wasp comes up with a clever solution to save them all!
Meet Nina and Peter. What things can they do? Nina can play soccer but can she kick a goal?
It's Nin's first day of school. She wants to get dressed in her uniform for school but everyone is too busy to help her! Can Nin get dressed all by herself?
Adam dreams of making his very own scooter. Will he find inspiration in his lunch box?
Join a young girl as she spends time in her beautiful garden, full of flowers, butterflies, and bumblebees.
Once, dinosaurs roamed this Earth. But do you know what they were called? Let's meet a delightful herd of dinosaurs.
Would you like to have a very special friend? Look into this book and you may find that you already have a very special friend!
Each day caterpillar is hungry. It eats and eats and eats. What happens to the caterpillar after eating all that food?
People work in different ways. Some people sell things. Some people make things and some people fix things. What things can you do?
"Not that one," says Anil's mother when he asks for something. "Not that one!" say all the shopkeepers in the market too. That makes the little boy very angry indeed!
The girl in this story learns from her mother every day. Now she knows many things. Which of these can YOU do?
There are many nice things that children can make on their own. What are they? This book is one of the four books in the 'Growing Up' series.
A big girl or boy can help others in many ways. Helping is so much fun! This book is one of the four books in the 'Growing Up' series.
Here, a little boy learns to climb up. But can he climb down? This book is one of the four books in the 'Growing Up' series.
A little girl goes out alone in the dark. What does she find? This book is one of the four books in the 'Growing Up' series.
Where in PNG can you find these homes? What things do we do at home? Can you find the animals in their homes?
Join Kamal on a journey home through the city. Along the way, he discovers sounds and sights of the city, which are expressed using simple words in this story for early readers.
Foxy Joxy, a sly fox, sells watermelons. One day he has a clever idea. The animals were not happy. What will they do to teach him a lesson?
Do you like curly tails or straight tails? There are some things we like whether straight or curly!
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All the animals in the jungle are so thirsty! Join them while they all go to drink some water.
An eminent artist plays with the colours of nature. A lovely offering for early readers.
Cicada loves to sing. She wants to learn new songs. She decides to visit birds and insects to learn from them. Will Cicada have the chance to sing new songs?
Chunu and Munu help their father grow corn. Will they get to eat some, too?
A delightful little poem about finding different friends and games to play.
Chunu and Munu wake up on a freezing cold morning. They can’t find their warm clothes! Where can the clothes be?
The baby in this book hears so many interesting sounds around her. Can you hear them too?
Follow the ants in this book. They are sure to keep young readers busy. This book is one of the four books in the 'Animals Around Us' series.
Bounthy’s father captures birds and puts them in cages. Bounthy likes listening to the birds singing, but one day the birds stop singing. Will Bounthy be able to make the birds sing again?
After hearing wedding music in the village, Botse-Botse decides that she wants to get married too.
Black Ant is a courageous ant who likes to go on adventures in the bush, meet other animals and learn new things. What do you think will happen on her next adventure?
Join Chunnu and Munnu as they splash about while having a bath. A fun read-aloud and a great way to say goodnight.
One day Maloo had to get some potates from his grandmother's kitchen garden, but he could not find any. And then Kaloo helps him to uncover the hidden potatoes.
Rajani loves to draw using her imagination. However, her mother always wonders why Rajani’s drawings aren’t more realistic. How can Rajani show her mother that there’s not just one right way to draw?
Sonu, Monu and Rina discovered many things together in 'Colours on the Street'. In this second book, the three friends set out to play. Little did they know that they would meet so many animals. Would you like to meet them too?
A Little Monkey and a Fish is a story about a young, playful, and clever monkey who learns to make his way in the world by mimicking his mother. Along his journey, he must decide whether or not to take some risks. What do you think he will do?
The three mice brothers can’t wait to visit the carnival. They ride toy cars, go on the Ferris wheel, and visit the balloon shop. After some time, they realize their youngest brother is missing! Where can he be?