Soak in the Warmth of Books at the New Delhi World Book Fair

We are going to be at the New Delhi World Book Fair, ready to envelope you in the warmth of books. Say hello to our newest stories and pick up some of your older favourites. 
Date: 9th – 17th January
Time: 11 a.m to 7.30 p.m
Venue: Stall Number 230, Hall Number H-14, Pragati Maidan, New Delhi


Also, catch two special fun activities for our young friends.


Panel Discussion on inclusion of specially abled children in children’s literature
11th January, 2.30 p.m – 3.30p.m, at Children’s Pavilion
Manisha Chaudhry (head of content, Pratham Books) is moderating a panel discussion with Ms. Nicola Tansley (Latika Roy Memorial Foundation) ; Ms. Radhika Menon (Tulika Books) and Mr. Dipendra Manocha (Saksham Trust) on inclusion of specially abled children in children’s literature. Organized by Sir Ratan Tata Trust.
Skit based on Mangu Mali aur Ambia 
13th January, 12 p.m onwards, at Children’s Pavilion

Mangu Mali and Ambia Bhoot is the third in the Kallu’s World series of books written by Subhadra Sen Gupta . Our spirited heroine Munia, Kallu’s sister, decides to get the better of Mangu Mali who guards the heavenly smelling dusseri mangoes with his life. All day he sits there smiling into his moustache while challenging all mango chors as he maintains that at night the Ambia bhoot guards the tree. What happens next is a hilarious riot that the children of Pratham will enact for you. Whether you like dusseri mangoes or are partial to bhoot tales, either way you will have a belly laugh!

A visual narration of the book- Brahmaputra’s Diary
16th January, 12 p.m onwards, at Children’s Pavilion

Brahmaputra: A delectable photographic book by one of South Asia’s foremost photographers and cultural activists. Shahidul Alam’s thrilling travelogue as he traverses the high altitudes of the Tibetan plateau in search of the source to the gentle Bhatiali songs of Abbasuddin in Bangladesh where the river changes names three times, this journey takes you through exciting terrains across three countries. A visual narrative accompanied by music will introduce you to the majestic river Brahmaputra.


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