How to Write Children's Books

How To Write A Successful Children’s Book

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This is a guest post by Teigan Margetts, Co-Founder, Ethicool Books. There is a common misconception that writing Children’s books is an easy feat. Something...
Who Let Nonu Out? by Anita Nair

Who Let Nonu Out? by Anita Nair – Book Review

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In the middle of all the stress in life, Who Let Nonu Out? A kid's book is an absolute stress buster. You are immersed...
A Tigress Called Machhli by Supriya Sehgal

A Tigress Called Machhli By Supriya Sehgal

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Supriya Sehgal, the author of ‘A Tigress Called Machhli and other true animal stories from India’ is a friend and a fellow travel writer....
The Puffin book of Hindu Gods and Goddesses

The Puffin book of Hindu Gods and Goddesses

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Hindu Gods and Goddesses can baffle anyone. One, they are so many of them. Two, they can change avatars and take different forms. Three,...
Elbie’s Quest by Manjul Bajaj

Elbie’s Quest by Manjul Bajaj – Book Review

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Elbie’s Quest is a small little book by Manjul Bajaj. It takes you to Rangeeli Duniya - a fantasy world that she creates around...

Journey to Black Hole by Hari Joshi

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This is one of the two books written by Hari, who is a very good friend of mine. I have been a part of...
Explore Delhi by Yasmeen Van Baugh & Yamini Puri

Explore Delhi by Yasmeen Van Baugh & Yamini Puri

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A field book Explore Delhi, a workbook by Karma Kids Travel for the kids to go out and explore their own city. In this...

Pyre of Queens (Return of Ravana) by David Hair

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A New Zealander who has studied history visits an old fort in Rajasthan. And gets inspired to write a story. He uses his imagination...
Sacked! Folktales you can carry around by Deepa Agarwal

Sacked! Folktales you can carry around by Deepa Agarwal

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Some time back I compiled a list of Children’s books by Indian Authors and consciously started looking for the books that can feature there....
Lore of the Land – Storytelling Traditions of India by Nalini Ramachandran

Lore of the Land – Storytelling Traditions of India by Nalini Ramachandran

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Storytelling Traditions of India – How many of them exist or existed – we would never know. It is impossible to count the number...

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