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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...

Early in 2010, 4-6 February, the Association of Writers and Illustrators for Children played host with IBBY  to a three-day International Conference...

Among my first ‘friends’ in the world of books were two Russian girls named Masha and Zhenya. While Masha was resourceful and clever, with...

It is not too often that people with a passion for children’s books get an opportunity to discuss the numerous issues that concern children’s...

Bangladesh was born as an independent nation on 16 December 1971 but any attempt to reconstruct its history would have to begin from 1947, when the...

In fifty years of independence though there is much more original writing available for children, specially in En­glish, compared to the advances...

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

‘Wonderful Copenhagen', one of the world's oldest and loveliest capital cities, play­ed host to a seminar on Children's Lit­erature...

The Association of Writers and Illustrators for Children (AWIC) is a unique organi­zation. The late Mr. K. Shankar Pillai, the then Executive Trustee...