Rewind. Recap.

The week that was…

Watch a video on Animal Angels conducting an Animal Assisted Reading (AAR) session with kids in India. An increasing number of libraries and librarians in the UK are using Twitter to communicate with readers and spread relevant information. Kocharethi is India’s first novel by an Adivasi writer and is going to be translated by Oxford University Press next year. Find out why free e-books should be a part of the plot for writers.You simply have to check out Jay Walker’s library of human imagination because it is magnificent! And Mumbai gets its first e-library.

Nominate organizations or individuals making outstanding contributions in the field of child rights for the World’s Children’s Prize for the Rights of the Child. Find out how you can fund or volunteer for the nationwide annual survey ASER (Annual Status of Education Report) which checks the current status of primary education in India.

Delhi’s Akshara Theatre has been holding dramatised book readings and have plans of conducting such a sessions every month. Rangashankara’s AHA! International Theatre for Children Festival is on from 26th August to 6th September.

We leave you with these yummy looking cakes inspired by children’s books.. Have a great week ahead!

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