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Not very long ago, while searching for Indian books for classes 11 and 12 we found just a few books that could be considered  suitable...

India is the second most populated country in the world with 50% under the age of twenty-five and 65% under thirty-five1. Children’s...

Taking stock of children’s books in India in English more than sixty years after Independence, could we rate them to be among the burgeoning literatures...

Facts and figures about children’s publishing in regional languages are riddled with contradictions. On the one hand, we read reports about falling...

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...

Nine-year-old Daniel is mesmerized by Who Will Rule?—a digital book he’s reading on the iPad. A light touch sends a kookaburra...

The lure of the unknown, paranormal and supernatural has always fascinated man since time immemorial finding its way into our everyday lives. Faeries,...

Stories are tools for us to pass on the essence of ourselves to the next generation—the things we care about, our hopes and dreams, our histories....

As I look back to what I read as a pre-teen, with not much to choose by way of Indian books apart from some CBT and NBT books among which I fondly remember...

A few days ago, I was sitting on this windy, lonely, and an extremely beautiful Cornish cliff overlooking the Atlantic Ocean. It was a crisp, sunny...