Feminist, socially aware literature for young adults by Young Zubaan.
_______Perfect for young readers that enjoyed The Baby-Sitters Club series by Ann M. Martin and Nancy Drew books.
“This captivating historical story will take you back to a different era and completely immerse you in the travels and troubles that happen on tour. Kirsty Murray has done a great job bringing the childrens’ tale to life!”—Hannah Mariska
_______Winner of NSW Premier’s History Award, and The Young People’s History Prize 2011, this book tells a thrillingly adventurous story of Australian child circus performers who travel to India in search of fame. Readers who enjoyed Erin Morgenstern's The Night Circus and Philip Pullman's Sally Lockhart quartet might enjoy this title!
_______This book is chockful of helpful advice for children and teens on how to handle a range of sticky situations, from eve teasing and alcohol to chewing gum and nightmares.
_______The third book in Payal Dhar's acclaimed fantasy series, A Shadow in Eternity. Readers of sweeping, epic fantasy fiction would enjoy this series.
_______A comprehensive guide for growing children that answers many questions that surround the uncomfortable process of growing up, from questions about their bodies to safe sex practices.
_______A novel for young adults that deals with the difficult subject of child sexual abuse.
"A gem of a book"-- Sanjna Kapoor
A comprehensive guide for people looking for rounded and inclusive feminist books for children, by Zubaan's very own Anita Roy.
ANNOUNCEMENT RE:COVID-19 | 16 March 2020
In light of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Zubaan office and online store will remain closed until further notice. All orders have been shipped.
We are also suspending the internship programme this year. No interviews have or will be held. We thank you for all your applications and have read each and every one. Should the public health crisis improve in the coming months, we will revisit the option of opening the programme.
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