New Book Release: Gupshup Goes to Prison

Khalid's cat Gupshup has run away to a prison. An open prison, it is called, but everyone knows that prisons are full of horrible, evil people. Or are they? And how on earth will Khalid get Gupshup home? Published by hOle Books, an imprint of Penguin Random House INTERVIEW BY KITABE CLUB ON INSTAGRAM

Kunzum: “I Write the Story for Myself”: Arefa Tehsin, Children’s Author | Conversations

“I Write the Story for Myself”: Arefa Tehsin, Children’s Author | Conversations 3 March 2022 by Shruti Kohli Each time a story is told for children, a little nugget of intellectual innocence and truthfulness is added to the world. It swerves humankind towards a more enlightened prospect. Arefa Tehsin has stirred us in this direction quite a few... Continue Reading →

#OnceUponABookWithPenguin and Mosporesso for all kids stuck at home

Link to the Video Hudhud is horrible to everyone. He polishes off his classmates' lunches, plays cruel pranks on his teachers and troubles innocent creatures. Until his strange new history teacher decides to set him straight. The lesson? A curse! Now Hudhud must roam the vast earth . . . with-and as-the greatest migratory animals.... Continue Reading →

New Book Alert – The Hindu’s Whoopee 30!

"The old, toothless tooth fairy Tootsie not only collected teeth, she collected thrown away dolls too...." starts my story The Island of Tooth Fairies in 'Whoopee 30!' A freshly baked book for the 30th birthday of YoungWorld! Raising a toast to Young World, THE HINDU has come out with a keepsake anthology of short stories. Designed... Continue Reading →

Sessions at Delhi Bookaroo

Venue: Indira Gandhi National Center for the Arts, Man Singh Road, Delhi, 110011 Below are the sessions: Friday, November 29 1100-1200, Auditorium, for ages 10-12 The Voyagers Some animals that travel the world with their wings and fins and feet can put our greatest travellers to shame. Want to know more about such creatures? Join... Continue Reading →

Sessions at Neev Lit Fest, Bangalore

  Friends in Bangalore, authors Katie Smith Milway, Susan Perrow and I will be in conversation about why cultivating one’s self-awareness is the first step towards empathy on 21st Sep 2019 at Neev Literature Festival. My other sessions with parents and children on 20th and 21st Sep: Date: Sep 20, 2019 Session 1: The Serpent... Continue Reading →

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