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An Icky, Yucky, Mucky April!
Girl's Guide to a Life in Science

 

The Girl's Guide to a Life in Science
Ram Ramaswamy, Rohini Godbole, Mandakini Dubey (Eds)
Zubaan Books
204 pp Pb
INR 245
ISBN 9789381017111
All Rights Available

Inspiring, informative, insightful… meet some of India’s most celebrated female scientists. 

What led them to choose their particular field? Who encouraged them? What were their struggles? What are their sources of inspiration? What are the key questions at the cutting edge of modern research? Why choose a life in science at all?

From astrophysics to zoology, learn what it takes to make a career in science.

Order your copy here

 

Icky, Yucky, Mucky! at Hill Spring International School, Mumbai
Icky Yucky Mucky Table

Icky, Yucky, Mucky! goes to Hill Spring International School.

Icky, Yucky, Mucky! visited the wonderful library at Hill Spring International School for  a dramatised reading by Natasha Sharma, author of the deliciously gooey story Icky, Yucky, Mucky! Kindergarten and grades I and II were in hysterics to see the well moustachioed Maharaja Icky slurping over the pickles, burping and juggling rosogullas.

Natasha Sharma as Maharaja Icky

Natasha Sharma as Maharaja Icky had the kids enthralled.

Their sporting librarian Ms. Soonawala, as Maharani Yucky, accompanied the Maharaja in his mess. This was one noisy library for two delightful mornings as it resounded with children laughing and shouting YUCKY! EEEEW! OOOH! NOOOO!

Inspired by the wonderful splotches in the book created by Anitha Balachandran, the children then set about making Splotch Monsters. It was great to see much creativity emerging with Splotches with a dozen eyes, great big moustaches and even one demure little girl splotch. The library now has its very own Icky, Yucky, Mucky! wall.

 

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Young Zubaan at the Apeejay Kolkata Literary Festival 2012
"For all children, the first books they read are the key to the magic of the world."  - Dr Zakir Husain.
We're happy that some of these kids got to take home stories by Dr Husain from our Magic Key series, retold by his great-granddaughter, Samina Misha, and beautifully illustrated by Pooja Pottenkulam. Their happy faces say it all!
Young Zubaan at the DSC South Asian Literary Festival in London from the 7th to the 24th of October.

We're really excited about the DSC Festival in London. This year, two of our Young Zubaan titles will be featured at the festival. Anitha Balachandran's exquisitely illustrated, "Mr Jeejeebhoy and the Birds" and Tabish Khair's magical story, "The Glum Peacock".

Please do check it out if you happen to be in London. Copies of both books will be available on sale.

If you can't, do check out the books either way, they're lovely.

More details here:
http://southasianlitfest.com/program/mr-jeejeebhoy-and-the-birds/

http://southasianlitfest.com/program/the-glum-peacock/

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