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Ramu the Hero

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Look out world!
Here comes Ramu the Great!

Ramu is all set to be the perfect superhero. But soon realizes that there’s lot more to being a hero than dressing up for the part.

This sweet story, written by Subha and illustrated by Chetan, will not only warm your heart but will also show the reader what it takes to be a real hero.

SKU: 9789385290312 Category:

Description

Ramu would like to leap and fly
like a super boy in the sky.

With his shining red cape and blue paper mask, he certainly looks the part … but is that all there is to being a hero? Fighting imaginary monsters and defeating invisible bad guys? ✨

When he gets carried away with his antics, Ma tries to tidy up the mess. But she’s come down with the flu and needs to rest. 🤒

So, Ramu decides to help out by cleaning the whole house. It’s only then that he realises how much work she does daily. 😮

He might be the one in costume, but Ma’s the real hero!


The Little Book Lovers’ Reading Series employs strategies to reinforce pre-reading skills. Set in recognisable Indian environments, these stories aim to engage a child and make reading fun. Look for:

  • Rhythm and Rhyme
  • Picture to text correspondence
  • Easy words
  • Activities

Additional information

Weight 50 g
Dimensions 21.4 × 14.9 × 1.9 cm
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3 reviews for Ramu the Hero

  1. Rathika Kalyani (verified owner)

    Ramu the Hero by Subha Manoj
    It is a great book for beginning readers, appealing to younger children due to the vibrant full-page illustrations. The illustrations are great and have excellent details. The sentences are short and simple, and the repetitive nature of it allows new readers to become accustomed to the pronunciation of the words. Superhero books are always prized by children and Ramu being a superhero in a unique way will be liked by kids, this book would definitely be a great read for children who want to be a superhero by helping out their friends and family!
    You’ll find charming illustrations and a focus on the special connection that exists between moms and their children.
    Rathika Kalyaani.

  2. Sowmya

    Just love the idea of a cute little story of a normal boy. What’s amazing is Subha’s beautiful choice of words, great sense of rhyming and non preachy language. Apt choice for growing readers and moms too. Good read and wish her the best always.

    • Amrutash Misra

      Thank you 🙂

  3. Ritu.

    It is a good book with a simple and easy to understand language. The rhyme scheme is also spot on and the idea is genuine and true.
    Very good for young readers!!
    ★ ★ ★ ★ ★

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