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A retelling of traditional Gond tales about the tiger, illustrated with richly symbolic art.
Extract from Marx’s rant on the mind-numbing power of money, visually interpreted for the 21st century.
This book calls for a re-imagining of global picture book history: with the former Soviet Union at the centre of this narrative web.
Visual narrative in the Mithila tradition explores the dilemmas of a young woman.
Story of children who pick rags for a living… story of child labour, human rights, the environment and recycling.
30 internationally renowned illustrators introduce the child reader to the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.
Early 20th century feminist utopia – classic text illustrated by contemporary woman artist from the Gond tribe.
A classic comic poem on the flow of language –and the breaks in it–illustrated with punctuation signs…
A visual fable for our times starring the fingerprint… with notes on its history and role in surveillance.
A powerful visual allegory of revolution that is a fine example of a crossover picture book.
A life of Martin Luther King Jr.: dialogue between an African American griot, with a Patua scroll artist.
A powerfully illustrated and darkly satiric account of childhood in times of war…