THE MOST BEAUTIFUL CHILD - a heart-warming story about Lakshmi and her magic owl by Debjani Chatterjee & stunning illustrations by award-winning artist Biman Mullick. Published by CUP.
A SPECIAL ASSEMBLY - an empowering story by Debjani Chatterjee, about a cricket-mad boy who has asthma, this is vividly illustrated by David Lumley. Published by Asian People's Disability Alliance.
A TASTY GARLAND by Debjani Chatterjee - a charming contemporary story about food, an extended family and a wedding in Norfolk Heritage Park in Sheffield, powerfully illustrated by Ali Graney, published by Sahitya Press in association with Museums Sheffield, 2010.
TIGER TIME - contains a non-fiction prose piece about the Sundarbans jungle titled SOMETHING STIRS by Debjani Chatterjee, with lively illustrations by Bill Greenhead. Published by CUP.
CELEBRATE! Poems About Festivals by Valerie Bloom, Debjani Chatterjee & Anita Ganeri, with colourful illustrations by Bill Greenhead. Published by CUP.
LET'S PLAY! POEMS ABOUT SPORTS & GAMES FROM AROUND THE WORLD by Debjani Chatterjee & Brian D'Arcy, with illustrations by Shirin Adl. Published by Frances Lincoln Children's Books.
THE PARROT'S TRAINING - a powerful allegory about education by Nobel Laureate & educationalist Rabindranath Tagore, translated from Bengali by Debjani Chatterjee & illustrated in Tagore's style by award-winning artist Pampa Panwar. Published by Tagore Centre, UK.
MONKEY KING'S PARTY by Debjani Chatterjee, llustrated by Simon & James Walmesley, is a modern adaptation of an ancient classic, Wu Cheng'en's Journey to the West.
Monkey King is funny, clever and brave. Join him on his adventure to the Heavenly Land.
Published by Springboard Stories, 24pp, 2013. ISBN 978 0 9573501 2 0.
LET'S CELEBRATE! FESTIVAL POEMS FROM AROUND THE WORLD by Debjani Chatterjee & Brian D'Arcy, with illustrations by Shirin Adl. Published by Frances Lincoln Children's Books.
THE SONG OF THE SCYTHE by Debjani Chatterjee brings history to life in the charming story of Rashi's visit to Abbeydale Industrial Hamlet one summer's day. She meets an unusual guide who takes her on a tour with a difference. With illustrations by Jyoti Prabha Mukherjee & David Lumley, the book is published in 5 bilingual editions, English with: Chinese (translator Sai Cheung Lee), Somali (translator Mohamed M Noor), Arabic (translator Abdul Razak Al-sayed), Urdu (translator Basir Sultan Kazmi) and Bengali (translator Rashida Islam). Children can enjoy the story and also colour the line drawings. Published by Sheffield Industrial Museums Trust, 2005.