How Ganesh Broke His Tusk | Modi Toys
Book: How Ganesh Broke His Tusk
How Ganesh Broke His Tusk | Modi Toys

Book: How Ganesh Broke His Tusk

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Inspire your little global citizens with this mythological story of how Ganesh broke his tusk, as it comes to life in an imaginative ""whodunit"" fashion. Each page is illustrated in vibrant colors and rhymes, making it a fun read for both parents and kids alike. Pair the book with the matching plush Baby Ganesh for interactive storytelling time!

  • Board Book
  • 6" x 6"
  • Ideal for kids ages 3 and up

    Customer Reviews

    Based on 6 reviews
    Reshmi Hirani
    Bringing generations together

    Gives my dad and my nephew the perfect thing to bond!!

    Yaania Veerasingam
    Nice illustrations

    We are so pleased with our ganesha plushie and the two books that we received. My daughter has been enjoying looking at the illustrations.

    The only feedback I would have with the books are that they are a bit too wordy. Maybe less words per page so it would be easier for children to follow along with the story.

    Thank you for the great products. Looking forward to purchasing more in the future. Thank you.

    Yaania Veera

    Thank you so much for the feedback! I agree, the book can feel a bit verbose, especially for really young kids. I'm writing this book, we tried to find a balance between being thorough/educational and fun/simple. It was really challenging, given the subject matter. But our hope is that these books will be cherished for years to come (perhaps when the kids need a refresher on Hindu theology )

    Riddhi Rana
    Love this book!

    I thought I'd get this book because my niece loves your Ganesh plush and now I find myself reaching for her book every once in a while!!

    Ankuri Desai
    cute book

    Very cute book, my 1 year old niece loves the pictures

    Priyanka Iyer
    Great book!

    Love how this book has all the different variations of how Ganesh broke his tusk. Even I didn’t know some of the stories (the moon one!). It’s a great way to incorporate multiple sub cultures of India into one.