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It was the First of January on Number Street, and a very cold day it was. Right at the top of Number Street, Number 1 stood looking out of...

People shake their heads and look disbelieving, whenever say that most school kids hate history. But they really do. Get together a dozen eight to ten...

Libby Hathorn was born in Newcastle; Australia. Several of her books for children have won awards in the Australia Children's Book...

The '90s have seen publications for children in Bengali in every con­ceivable form. Along with mod­ern western forms, there have been forms...

The child of today belonging to the middle and upper middle class is growing up in a cocoon. Hooked onto computers, cable TV and consumer­ism, his...

Before the year is out, a TV serial entitled Ek Tha Rusty based on short stories by Ruskin Bond, should be on the small screen for DD...

It is November once again and TBR turns its attention to children's literature focussing on a whole gamut of books published through the...

Long years ago when the joy of the printed word was just beginning to unfold before me, I remember treasuring a little booklet in Hindi of whose title...

There is a great need for intelligent and imaginative children's literature in India appears to be the general consensus. Why then do we have so...

One year old and the National Centre for Children's Literature is firmly on its way. Functioning from around mid-August 1993, the Cen­tre spent...