Twittering Thursday

Bringing you a host of interesting tweets we saw on Twitter and tweets we posted too:

Your children can learn how to draw comics by reading ‘Adventures in Cartooning’ while you take a look at a modern view on the classics of children’s literature. See what book related events are taking place in your part of the world in the month of April. Check out the gingerbread versions of Russian Literature Greats like Dostoyevsky, Turgenev, Tolstoy and Gogol. You could also take the ‘Spring in Literature’ quiz to see how fertile your knowledge on this season is. We spotted this bookcase shaped like the Unites States of America. Also, take a look at this Web Trend Map.

@indiafolklore sent us to look at a bi-lingual English and Kannada journal on Kannada literature, culture and folklore.

@abhaga led us to an article on Print-on-Demand success stories.

@thecreativepenn‘s retweet led us to the Twitter book experiment by Brazilian novelist, Claudio Soares.

If you are on Twitter, say hi to us @prathambooks.

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  1. Claudio Soares April 15, 2009

    Thank you very much for the news about my project, the twitterization of my 2006 novel Santos Dumont Numero 8. I read your site and about your important initiative of publishing high quality books for children at affordable prices. It’s great. We also work for the children of Brazil have more access to reading. As soon as possible, we intend to launch an English version of the ‘Santos Dumont Numero 8’. It would be a great pleasure to take it to the people of India. I love some of the traditional Indian author and, for two years, worked as a systems analyst at Tata Consultancy Services of Brazil. Best regards!


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