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My Gandhi Scrapbook (English)

Author : Sandhya Rao

Bits and pieces come together to form patterns in this kaleidoscope of pictures cut and pasted, comments thrown in, random information, quibbles and scribbles… and empty pages to fill.

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Specifications 24 pages; 10.5” x 8.5”; full colour; soft cover

My Gandhi Scrapbook is just that – a scrapbook. It has pictures cut and pasted. comments thrown in, something copied from somewhere, random thoughts, quibbles and scribbles...Like a very visual, personal diary. Or a kaleidoscope, where bits and pieces come together to form patterns – especially fascinating when the subject is Gandhiji. The exciting format offers unusual perspectives on a most amazing man, while the headings tell their own zany story. Did you know that Gandhi loved comics? That he would make 'pudding' with powdered chapatis? Now these are some quirky bits that aren't in the book. Add them in, or anything else you like – for in the spirit of scrapbooks, this too is incomplete, with empty pages and spaces waiting for you!

Admirable compilation

An admirable compilation of currency, stamps, cartoons, magazine covers, hoardings, letters by Gandhi and interesting trivia are pasted in the scrapbook. There are pictures of streets named after and statues of Gandhi spread all over the world. Few empty pages attached to the book for children to add to the collection as well as an invitation to every reader from Sandhya Rao to share their discoveries on Gandhi with her. Young India Books

Colourful art

Colorful art, monochromatic photographs and handwritten patches carried tidbits of his life, style and work. Digestibility. We all look for this attribute when it comes to presenting history, religion or mythology to our children. And this book takes good care of this. Saffron Tree

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My Gandhi Scrapbook (English)

My Gandhi Scrapbook (English)

Bits and pieces come together to form patterns in this kaleidoscope of pictures cut and pasted, comments thrown in, random information, quibbles and scribbles… and empty pages to fill.

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