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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...

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

This children’s issue of The Book Review comes out in a post Harry Potter world. In July 2007, to much hype and anticipation,...

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....

When Sudeshna Shome Ghosh, Senior Commissioning Editor, Penguin Books enquired if I might be interested in translating Chandrakanta, I was...

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...

It is easy enough to find non-existent things; one simply has to look in all the wrong places. It is also easy to find ubiquitous things; like junk...

Have you ever wondered what would happen if Harry Potter was not the ‘chosen one’? Do you ever imagine what happened to the Five Find-Outers...

Every year as I prepare this special children’s issue of The Book Review, I tussle with the definition of children’s literature....