Title: Bal Adhikar Karyakarta Margdarshika
Published: 2011
Language: Marathi
Pages: 76
Contribution: Rs. 200

Title: Shiksha Adhikar Adhiniyam 2009
Author: Raju Bhise / Teresa B
Published: 2011
Language: Hindi
Description: A primer on the Education Right Act of 2009
Pages: 16
Contribution: Rs. 5

Title: Gammat Jammat
Author: Sandeep Shinde
Published: 2010
Language: Marathi
Pages: 74
Contribution: Rs. 20

Title: Aanganwadi
Published: 2008
Language: Hindi
Description: A primer on the Education Right Act of 2009
Pages: 18
Contribution: Rs. 5

Title: Footpath se
Author: Piush Kumar Vajpeyi
Published: 2003
Language: Hindi
Description: It was published in the newspaper ‘Jansatta’ in the column ‘Footpath Se’. The condition of children living on footpath–their dreams, desires, problems, necessities, feelings and their torture by the government, also their education and health–all these have been explained in this book.
Pages: 128
Contribution: Rs. 30

Title: Magical Window
Author: Kalyani Kar
Published: 2002
Language: Hindi
Description: This colourful comic book beautifully illustrates the basic concepts of Child Rights through the story of the children who lose their way in the forest and come across an old woman who tells them about Child Rights.
Pages: 16
Contribution: Rs. 30

Title: Taking the Lead
Language: English
Description: 650 wide-eyed children spread into groups, listening and asking questions to representatives from the city municipal corporation, was one of the visions in creating the Rang Tarang Bal Adhikar Mela 2002. What we could not have anticipated was the candid manner in which the children shared their everyday struggles, and the almost palpable energy with which they would fill the air. On a bright and sunny afternoon, on the ground of a park in the city of Mumbai, we watched as the children gave lofty expression to what would otherwise be just vague and lifeless mandate: the Right to Participation.
Pages: 34
Contribution: Rs. 50

Title: Poems by Street Children and Youth
Language: English
Description: We are delighted to bring out this fourth edition of “Poems by Children and Youth” The book contains the poetic musings of street children from “Ghar Ho to Aisa”, their temporary home as well as the poems of children studying in Durgamata Gyan Mandir, a pre-school center for generation learners from a tribal community. We have tried to translate their poetry so as to share their creative expressions with you.
Pages: not yet counted
Contribution: Rs. 15