Rewind. Recap.

The week that was…

March 2nd was Dr. Seuss’s birthday and we had two posts from people who love his books (here and here). The 70-year-old comic book in which Batman made his debut was sold at an auction for more than $1m (£655,000) and broke the record of a Superman comic which was sold earlier that week. Marathi blogs will also be considered as literature at the 83rd Marathi Literary Convention that will be held from March 26 to 28, 2010. BibliOdyssey has some fabulous examples of book bindings. Eric Carle’s ‘The Very Hungry Caterpillar’ has been voted the best children’s bedtime story ever written in a survey of UK-based parents.
Dolly, the dog, is back to answer a few author-related questions. Decorate your book with these funky jacket+bookmarks.

Read about how kids at a school called Shibumi were introduced to the songs of Kabir.

The Times of India carried an article which mentioned some innovative ideas and projects that people have come up with. Click here to read more.

If you are planning to create a bookshelf for your room, the Collect bookshelf maybe of interest. Have you seen this daybed referencing the Hans Christian Anderson tale of the Princess and the Pea?

A two day national seminar on ‘Right to Education : Prospects and Challenges’ will be held in Bareilly on 20-21 March, 2010. Rangashankara’s Summer Express brings 37 workshops for children between 29th March and 12th May, 2010. Register now! It will be ‘Fun n Learn’ time for a week at the Kavade Play Center. Go through the schedule here.

The students of Ocoee Middle School created their own song (a take on a Black Eyed Peas song) to inspire people to read. Watch ‘Gotta Keep Reading‘.

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