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Valmiki has barely put down his pen after completing his magnificent creation, the epic Ramayan, when he realises he has competition. The sage Narad tells him that there is a better Ramayan, written by Hanuman. Valmiki is devastated! As the story of Hanuman's Ramayan unfolds, humorously and gently, so does the idea that there is no one version of the well-loved story about Ram, Sita, Hanuman and Ravan, but many.

Hop on to a merry-go-round of fun and frolic; a playful joyride with the Wind as she swirls and twirls around. Fall into a whirlpool of words, movement and sound. Dobakatti! A fun folding book that reminds you of an accordion, it is also truly lyrical!

An adorable Indian elephant wants to beat the summer heat by jumping into the pond. what happens next is Kalabalooooosh !

Following My Paint Brush (2010) by Dulari Devi, text by Gita Wolf. ISBN 9789380340111. http://youtu.be/S_MActhmesQ http://peterzirnis.com/post/13923564290/her-story-dulari-devi

Ranganna - Arthi Anand Navaneeth & Kavita Singh Kale, Tulika Books, 24 Pages, Paperback. Ranganna the little elephant lives near a dhobi ghat. He is captivated by the brightly coloured nails of his friends and wants to paint his toes too! But whoever heard of an elephant wearing nail polish?! The illustrations, which are a riot of colour and energy, make Ranganna one irresistible picture book.

Zoe and Beans - The Magic Hoop! - Chloe and Mick Inkpen, 32 Pages, Paperback, Macmillan. Zoe has found a fun new game to play! When Beans jumps through her hoop he magically transforms into . . . Beans the rabbit with floppy ears, or Beans the crocodile with snappy jaws! But could Beans the elephant be a jump too far? The hoop may be magic but it's only small - and a great big elephant could easily get stuck...

Icky, Yukcy, Mucky! is exactly what the title professes to be - ick, yuck and muck! A simple tale of King Icky and Princess Yucky, and how, naturally, they get married, and what comes of it. Read the complete review by Anusha Hariharan

Meet Sarasvati, Razia’s pink baby elephant, who was born in Kerala and now lives in Delhi. Meet Sarasvati’s uncle Sher Singh, the Master Mistri Elephant and former Carrot Taster, who’s been to Myanmar and Australia and South America. And meet Natasha, the world’s fastest Courier Pigeon, who leads the fly-past on Republic Day and draws maps for all the world’s airlines.