Shanu is too big for Ammi to carry. And too small to go to school alone. Are you too small to read this story on your own? Or are you too big to have someone read it aloud with you? Watch it and find out!
Meet Didi and her young friends in this wonderful story that celebrates the joy of reading.
Pishi was a huge manta ray fish. Once, when he was caught in a big storm in the Indian Ocean, guess who came to his rescue? Dive into this AniBook for a dramatic story.
This ancient story from the life of the great sage, Gautama Buddha, carries a deep lesson about conservation. A disciple finds out that getting the Buddha to sanction a new shawl for him is no easy matter!
A cloud of trash is hanging over Cheekoo’s head, making her the unhappiest girl in the world. Read this wonderful story to find out how Cheekoo gets rid of this horrible trash cloud.
Roll along with the cloud as it brings rain and joy!
A cozy story for little ones who try their best to stay awake, with a story within a story within a story! This should ease all cubs, hoglets and children off to dreamland.
Little Sami like most kids, puts off going to bed for as long as possible. But reading a story about Little Bear’s bedtime inspires Sami.
A beautiful celebration of diversity!
Follow the young deer as he races along with friends.
Tinku, a little pup at Mangu’s farm is not sleepy at all. He decides to step out into the night and meets many interesting animals.
Three friends set out to play. Little did they know that they would meet so many animals. Would you like to meet them too?
Manu has a new raincoat. He can’t wait to wear it, but the rain makes him wait… and wait… and wait
A little boy looks for something he has lost and guesses what happens when he finds it? Watch to find out for yourself.
Everything is turning upside down in a little boy’s house. What could be the reason for this?
One day Maaloo had to get some potatoes from his kitchen garden. Who do you think helped him? Kaaloo, of course! Read about Maaloo’s morning with Kaaloo as they found some ‘Aaloo’!