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.
"When I was asked to do a set of wildlife books for the good folks at Pratham Books, I was delighted. The idea for the books was threefold: to endear children to the wilderness, to shine the spotlight on lesser-known species, and to show animals for what they are, not what our perceptions would want them to be. The tone, of course, had to be funny, so that children begin to associate the outdoors, animals and storytelling as fun, and full of laughter, not preachy and tiresome."
"I've drawn cartoons and comics on wildlife for a while now, and had really been waiting to do children's book on wildlife. Kids literature on wildlife is much needed in today's times to bridge the growing gap between kids and nature,and there isn't a better way to address this than through technology, as audio-visual books."
"When I was asked about narrating these fun little stories, I thought why not that sounds like fun. I know how important reading and books and immersing myself in imaginary worlds contributed to my development as a person, and I'm glad to help in any opportunity that gives another kid that same chance. We live in a world and a time where it's easy to disconnect from the flora and fauna around us. It's important to remember that we're still very much part of an incredible, complex, crawling ecosystem of birds, animals, insects and plants - we're all just part of this giant universe on some level."
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