Best Alphabet Adventure Book for Children
Samara and Alphabet: The First Magic Trick
Samara and Alphabet: The First Magic Trick
Best Alphabet Adventure Book for Children
Samara and Alphabet: The First Magic Trick
Samara and Alphabet: The First Magic Trick

Samara and Alphabet: The First Magic Trick

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Alphabet, the elephant wants to turn blue. Does Samara manage to make him change color? Join us on their adventures as they use their imagination to find solutions to Alphabet’s problems.
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This memorable story of two friends is a favorite among parents, schools, and teachers to teach children problem solving and early storytelling skills. This book is part of our 'Adventures of Samara and Alphabet Series'. Other books in this series currently include:

  • Samara and Alphabet - Saving the birds

Age: 3-6 years 

Early Readers: Yes

Skills: Empathy, Problem Solving, Storytelling

Customer Reviews

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Palak Mehta, Senior Product Manager
Loves listening to the books

“Prajvee loves listening to the books written by Priyanka. They are simple and easy for kids to understand. They take them on a ride into an imaginative world which stories should typically do irrespective of age. Prajvee's favourite is ‘Samara and Alphabet: The First Magic Trick’, it highlights the innocence of kids wanting to be someone new every day. My personal favourite is ‘Things I can't see' which so subtly highlights that there is so much more than what meets the eye. Looking forward to more lovely books from Priyanka!”

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Vaithegi Vasanthakumar, Senior Product Manager
Love the creativity

“One of his first books and always a hit from baby to toddler - I love the creativity & he especially loves the page about all the different jobs little Samara can do! Love from London!”

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Ayesha Dinshaw, Manager - Climate Resilience
Samara is sooo sweet because she is the elephant's friend

“Today, while reading Samara and Alphabet, Ava told me, "Samara is sooo sweet because she is the elephant's friend". I love listening to her try to read it. She will tell the elephant, "Don't worry, you are special". All to say, my child thinks Samara and Alphabet is a great book. Can't wait to get more of Priyanka's books!”

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Dr. Poonam Bajaj, Physiotherapist and Rehab Specialist
My daughter and I absolutely love Samara and Alphabet....

What lovely illustrations and simple innocent stories. The best part is it's setting in the urban Indian context, which makes it so real and relatable

Extra Book Project

There is no better way to teach our children empathy than to give them enough opportunities to practice this important skill. With each purchase on our website, you can opt to receive an extra book to pass forward at a nominal charge. We would love for you to share this extra book with a friend/ teacher/ library/ government school or any other member of society that you want to see benefit from the advantages of reading.

We are so grateful to have this wonderful family of parents and caregivers that are constantly striving to not only raise readers but also conscious citizens.  

What our readers say about us

Palak Mehta, Senior Product Manager

“Prajvee loves listening to the books written by Priyanka. They are simple and easy for kids to understand. They take them on a ride into an imaginative world which stories should typically do irrespective of age. Prajvee's favourite, is ‘Samara and Alphabet’, it highlights the innocence of kids wanting to be someone new every day. Looking forward to more lovely books from Priyanka!”

Ayesha Dinshaw, Manager - Climate Resilience

“Today, while reading Samara and Alphabet, Ava told me, "Samara is sooo sweet because she is the elephant's friend". I love listening to her try to read it. She will tell the elephant, "Don't worry, you are special". All to say, my child thinks Samara and Alphabet is a great book. Can't wait to get more of Priyanka's books!”

Dr. Poonam Bajaj, Physiotherapist and Rehab Specialist

“My daughter and I absolutely love Samara and Alphabet.... What lovely illustrations and simple innocent stories. The best part is it's setting in the urban Indian context, which makes it so real and relatable”