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The name of Satyajit Ray, to most people, would evoke only one image: that of a man peering through a camera, a look of rapt atten­tion on his face....

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

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

Unknown words don't stop the child. But a boring story will. So said Isaac Bashevis Singer, and hit spot-on the epicenter of the debate on children's...

You would never guess from his demeanour that Arup Kumar Dutta is a very successful author. This mild-mannered and unassuming person has won international...

The colours spill over the table and sheets of paper lie crumpled under my feet. Children, their hands smeared with colour, laugh and shout as they...

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

The National Center or Children's Literature was set up by the National Book Trust, India with a view to promote children's literature in every...

This is probably an extremely sub­jective article. It can't be otherwise because it is about a newspaper that has lived with me, a concept that...

It may appear to be an unlikely project ­to study picture books in the home of the waltz. Definitely, Vienna holds a stronger association with western...

Over the centuries nursery rhymes have been accepted unquestio­ningly by the English-speaking world as part and parcel of childhood. They have become...