• Written by Nasyitah Yassin Illustrated by Saiful Basri A new local book "Dollar, Dollar, One Dollar!" that shows you various ways that you can make one dollar. Learning to count money is an important life skill and many times Nasyitah found that storybooks provided in local schools are based on pennies, dimes, pounds and even quarters that are not relatable to her young charges. A kindergarten teacher by profession, she wrote this book to enable her young learners to count money in fun, interactive and meaningful ways.   --------- Also available at Ungu Pen Lifestyle Store, East Village Mall #01-101
  • Written and Illustrated by Yusof Gajah A is for a herd of elephants on the move. B is for blue - a blue elephant with a blue ball. Learn the elephabets from this book.
  • Written by: Sharina Samsudin Published : 2018 Daniel's grandmother would like some dates for iftar. So his grandfather is taking him to the supermarket. While at the supermarket, Danile learns about the different types of fruits. Let's learn about fruits, including the ones mentioned in the Holy Quran. In English, with some Arabic and Malay words explained.                                                                                                                                                                                                          
  • Illustrated by Yusof Gajah This is a wordless picture book that is beautifully illustrated. You can have conversations with your child regarding the pictures. You can prompt questions in any language that you are comfortable with and let your kids' imagination thrive. Here are some suggested questions in English. Feel free to translate. a) What do you see in the book cover? [Hear the responses of the kids and extend the language from there by asking questions. Some words that you will probably introduce are fish, boat, sea and net.] b) What happens in this picture? What do you think will happen? c) What happen in this picture? How do you think the fish is feeling? What do you think it wants to do now? d) What do you think is happening here? What can you see? If they can speak "fish language", what do you think they would be saying to each other? e) What happens next? What do you think the small fishes do? What are these sea creatures? What do you think they are planning to do? How many of them? f) Oh, what happens now? What are these sea creatures called? What do you think this one is doing? Do you think the "trapped" fish will be free? g) Oh dear, what happens here? What are these sea creatures called? How many of them? What do you think they are doing? h) Looks like they are not successful either. Now, what can we see here? Who else is coming to "rescue" the fish? What can these animals do? What is it using? i)  Wow, look at the shape of this animal? What can you say about it? What do you think it can do? What do you think will happen next? j) Ahhhh... what can you see now? How do you think the fishes felt? What do you think they are saying to each other?  
  • Written by Nur'afifah Binte Mohd Hussain | Illustrated by Shakina Razale Sarah realises that she can help save the environment. Join Izzah and Sarah as they explore planting various kitchen scraps. A story to encourage the reduction of food waste. ISBN: 978-981-14-4072-4 Size: 21 cm x 26 cm   No of Pages: 32 Covers: Paperback Year of Publication:  2020
  • Watch as the body parts change colour as they are put in water. A great way for children to learn the order of washing the basic body parts when doing wudu.
  • Story: Rhaimie Wahap | Illustration: Rizal Wahap A mysterious new kid on the block, a stolen priceless artifact - join five best friends - Ahmad Zaki, Carmen, Prabhash, Pui Yeen, and Wee Teck - as they embark on an adventure in solving the case of the missing golden bird mask of Rapa-Nui using their wit, ingenuity and humour. "I enjoyed reading the story, and particularly like the interweaving of the history of Singapore into the plot. This is an indirect way of imparting National Education to readers. The plot is fast-moving and the target readers will, I am sure, find it a page-turner as I did." ~ Associate Professor Ruth Wong Yeang Lam, NIE, Singapore "This kid-friendly story about a group of intrepid young adventurers is filled with interesting tidbits about Singaporean culture and history, and is refreshing for its local setting and accessible art." ~ Sonny Liew, Comics Writer and Illustrator, Singapore #singlit
  • Nadra

    Author : Isa Kamari Her parents were the source of her misery. She would never forgive them for their cruel betrayal. Even though the incident in question has occurred a long time ago, she still could not forget. In the name of love, they had claimed her back. In the name of love, they haad taken away her happiness and faith in life. In the name of love, they had expunged her belief in herself. Saiz: 4.5'' x 7.5'' Tarikh Terbit: 2006
  • Di sususn oleh Faridah Rubani Saiz : 8.25" x 12.75" Jumlah Muka Surat : 64 Tarikh Terbit : 2019
  • The Cure

    AuthorNuha Zahra Illustrator: Jafri Janif ISBN 978-981-14-6166-8 Format: Chapbook, 36 pages Size 200mm (h) x 140mm (w) Target audience: Readers aged 8 and above, general A chapbook written by 9-year-old Nuha Zahra; We are told that every illness has a cure. Everyone rushes to look for the Cure. But, are we already too late? .                                                                                                                                  
  • Written by: Sabariah Faridah Jamaluddin Published : 2016 Sarah and Emir loves to spend time up in the Jambu Tree. They explore various occupation ideas and have fun pretending to be a doctor, a farmer and many more. In English, with some Arabic expressions explained.                                                                                                                                                                                                          
  • Written and Illustrated by Eva Mahirah Zulkifli A girl can be anything she wants to be when she grows up.
  • Author: Noraminah Omar Illustrator: Sherlizza Tajul Arippin When Safiah lost her mother at the age of 4, she experienced life differently. One day things changed when her father introduced a young lady as his friend to the family. How did Safiah react? What happened when her father decided to get married again? Would Safiah accept 'Aunty Su' as her mother? In this book, Safiah, the main character inspires children and adults to understand changes of emotions and feelings through events in life.
  • Author by Ayesha Syahira Are you in love with the Quran? Do you know that exhausting feeling of searching high and low for a true meaningful love and life purpose of this life? Building a relationship with Quran cannot happen in one day. It will take years. It is beyond falling in love at first sight with the beautiful Quran cover we see in the store. It requires patience in not giving up on our Quran when we are in no mood to read it, hard work when we try to learn how to recite it properly and persistence in learning what the translation means. It will be a long journey of trying to fall in love with the Quran, but it will be worthwhile.
  • Written by Nur'afifah M. Hussain Illustrated by Zuhainee Ramlan "Boom boom, march march!" Move and groove along as you parade along with the Arabic alphabets. Using a fun and interactive approach, learn to identify the Arabic alphabets through actions, movements and rhymes. A book suitable for 0 to 6 year olds. Nur'afifah is a Singaporean mother who is highly passionate about children and books. She enjoys reading and dramatising stories and hopes to inspire and share the joy of reading with the young ones through her writing.   --------- Also available at Ungu Pen Lifestyle Store, East Village Mall #01-101

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