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‘The world is too much with us,’ grieved Wordsworth, ‘... little we see in Nature that is ours...'

And now two hundred...

There has been a steady advance in the literacy rate in India. In 1971 the literacy rate was 59.78 per cent. In 1981 it had increased to 66.90 per cent....

Until recently, as editor-in-charge of children's books in the National Book Trust, I handled hundreds of children's books in Hindi for the...

If I was asked to name the one area of publishing which is the liveliest, the most progressive and which has achieved most in the last twenty years,...

Vanathi Pathippagam, Palaniappa Brothers, Saiva Sidhanta Noorpathippu Kazhagam, New Century Book House, Kalaimagal Kaariyalayam-these are some private...

Children's literature in Bengal owes its first flowering to the awakened consciousness of Bengal's intellectuals even as early as the latter...

Once upon a time, not very long ago, a small girl asked for a doll. It had to be a very special doll, with golden hair and blue eyes, whose name, the...

The much-talked-about International Year of the Child is past the half-year mark. The book world in India was full of promises of what it would do during...

When I was a child I spake as a child, I understood as a child, I thought as a child: but when I became a man, I put away childish things. For now we...

Publishers all over the country are going in for children's books in a big way to mark the International Year of the Child. In Delhi alone, surveying...