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From The Editors
From The Editors
List of pages in From The Editors:
Stereotypes in children’s books
‘The More Packed with Facts and Figures, the Better they Sell’
‘Keeping Indian tongues alive against all odds’
Looking back… an overview, after winning Publisher of the Year Award 2014
On publishing stories from marginalised communities, and Tulika’s philosophy
An inside look at translating and publishing children's literature… in nine languages!
LGBT themes in children’s books
The environment in books
Designing covers for children’s books
‘A trendsetter in the children’s publishing space’
‘Coming of Age’
‘Science class was never this fun’
Ten years later…
The Story of Tulika
‘Celebrating the Multicultural Multilingual India’
"Look, ma, another language!"
Children's Fiction in India - Authentic Voices
Books to delight in
Up Front and Captive: Randomly Reading to Children
The Same Old Story? Or is there something to cheer about?
Against Borders: Children's Books in Malayalam
Creativity, Diversity and Readership: Independent Publishing for Children
"We have a democratic space"
Not Once Upon a Time – Narratives for Children
What is Quality? Promoting Excellence in Children's Books
Main characteristics, main challenges, main perspectives for the future
Questioning Cultural Stereotypes Through Children's Books
Why Bilingual Books?
The Idea of Asia through Children's Books
Negotiating the Space For Children's Books in India
Storytelling to Promote Picture books
The Devil at the Door: or the editor in other words
Children's Literature in India: Growing Pains
Popular Culture and Children's Literature: Problems and Possibilities
Seminar on education and children's books in India
Storytelling: using it to empower children
Multiculturalism and Political Correctness in Children's Books: A View from India
Are There Taboos in Children's Literature?
An Overview of Indian Children's Literature in English
Quickfix Culture for Kids: Not the Best Diet
Reflections on Schooling
Why Picture Books?
Reading is Power: But what happens if you are a girl?
Do Children Read Anymore? Some Do and More Will If You Care
Children's Books and Their Reading
Symbiosis Between the Creator of Children's Books and the Reader
When No Way is No Way: translating for children
Sharing Spaces: thoughts on translating for Children
Invent As You Play: Learning how to translate for children
Meeting Chiedza Musengezi
Once upon a time
In my own voice: Who Needs Words?
Children's Book Publishing: Sharing Ideas and Experiences
Turning pages with Tulika