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Books about Indian and Indian-American families

Bindi Babes by Narinder Dhami; Delacorte, 2004. (Ages 9-14)
 
Chachaji's Cup by Uma Krishnaswami, Soumya Sitaraman (Illustrator); Children's Book Press, 2003. (Ages 4-8)
 
Dear Popat by Madhu Limaye; National Book Trust of India (NBTI), 2004. (Grades 6 -12)
 
The East Wind and Other Short Stories (Pakistan Writers Series) by Zamiruddin Ahmed (Author), Shamoon Zamir (Translator); Oxford University Press, USA, 2002. (Young Adult/Adult)
 
Elephant Dance: Memories of India by Theresa Heine, Sheila Moxley (Illustrator); Barefoot Books, 2004. (Ages 4-8)
 
The Forbidden Temple by Padma Venkataraman; Tulika, Chennai. (Ages 10-14)
 
My Indian Family: A Story of East and West Within a Muslim Home by Hilda Wernher; Kessinger Publishing, 2005. (Young Adult/Adult)
 
Naming Maya by Uma Krishnaswami; Farrar, Straus Giroux, 2004 (Ages 9-12)
 
Neela: Victory Song by Chitra Banerjee Divakaruni; Pleasant Company Publications, 2002. (Ages 9-12)
 
Neha My Sister by Madhu B. Joshi; National Book Trust of India (NBTI), 2003. (Ages 8 –10)
 
Punjabi Century 1857-1947 by Prakash Tandon, University of California Press, 1969. (Young Adult/Adult)
 
The Road to Mumbai by Ruth Jeyaveeran; Houghton Mifflin, 2004. (Ages 4-8)
 
Robi Dobi by Madhur Jaffrey; Pavilion Books New Ed edition, 2001. (Ages 8-12)
 
Swami and Friends, The Bachelor of Arts, The Dark Room, The English Teacher (Everyman's Library Classics & Contemporary Classics) by R. K. Narayan (Author); Everyman's Library, 2006. (Young Adult/Adult)
 
Widows, Wives and Other Heroines: Twelve Stories by Premchand; David Rubin (Translator); Oxford University Press, USA, 2001. (Young Adult/Adult)

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