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Many of us have grown up on books written by Enid Blyton. I remember my first exposure to the ever green author.  Every page in the book thrilled...

Children’s publishing is on a fast growth trajectory today. Giant bookstore chains are spreading to smaller cities and there is demand for more...

A boy who loves to colour takes a brush and colours his hair. Then he goes outside and sees a flower. He sees all the petals are of the same colour,...

At the three-day seminar organized by the  Sir Ratan Tata Trust (SRTT) and Ekalavya in Bhopal on illustrations in children’s books, there...

Surely pictures just happen! Happy, time-pass creations of  characters floating around in a make-believe world. Is there anything more to them...

Picture books—the term that can best describe them and that comes first to my mind is ‘life-long friends’. I still remember the brightly...

Those of us who were growing up between 25 and 35 years ago read some wonderful translations of Tolstoy, Pushkin, Marshak, Charushin and Mayokavsky...

I spend a lot of time in children’s bookstores, looking for books that will make my three year old a book lover. So far, I seem to be on the right...

Hard work goes into every book for children. Years of the author’s time and effort to write a good manuscript and find a publisher. Months of...

This is what we have been doing for the last few years -- negotiating the space for children's books in an education system that has no space for...