Children's Day: What do kids want? A lovely story, say these authors
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New Delhi,, Nov. 13 -- They have conquered minds and enamoured many a reader with their magic of spinning the words. But, when it came to writing for the young ones, even these most renowned Indian authors had to take a step back and introspect if they could please the pure souls. From wanting to teach the unseen side of mythology to giving them stories beyond the western fairy tales, the reason for these writers to venture into or continue writing for children have been varied, but experience mostly one, that is, unnerving!
Hear it from the masters of the word trade - Anand Neelakantan, Devdutt Pattanaik and Ravi Subramanian - on their experiences, when they set out to conceive and conquer children's literature. While Neelakantan and Su...
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