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At the Labrynth Children’s Museum in Berlin in September 2006, we had a reading from Indian books. There were about 50 children and seven or eight...

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...

Arvind Gupta has had a varied and distinguished career since he did his B. Tech in IIT and worked at TISCO and TELCO. He left this conventional job...

Everyone enjoys a good story. As an adult, some stories stay with us more than others. What is it that excites us about these stories? We know the ending,...

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...

India of the 1950s, where this writer and her siblings lived in many small towns in the Hindi belt, was a veritable heaven for precocious and avid bookworms...

C.S. Lewis was born in 1898, in Belfast into the world of books. His mother loved reading and encouraged him to read good classics too. His favourite...

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

I spend a lot of time in children’s bookstores, looking for books that will make my three year old a book lover. So far, I seem to be on the right...