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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...

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

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

When we started off on this article our general idea of children’s books were the regular Enid Blytons and Adrian Moles. We thought it would be...

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...

Text book, yes. Adaptations, maybe. But fiction? Original writing! Sorry, no.

That is the classic response that accosts a cre­ative children's...

Scholastic is the world's largest publisher and distributor of children's books and other read­ing and learning materials in English. The...

When even writers or publishers of children's books happen to meet, here's one topic that invariably turns up in conversation. The difficulty...

Finding out all about children's books in English from some of Delhi's bookshops was an informative and interesting exercise. The one piece...

It has been all quiet on the front of children's books - the publication of fresh titles, that is, for more than two years now. The initial euphoria...