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Titles 2011


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A quick look at titles published in 2011.

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Titles 2011

  1. 1. Titles 2011
  2. 2. “I got to know a lot about Bhutan – about Uraand Bh d Bhutan’s capital city. I lik d i when D ji ’ i l i liked it h Dorjishowed everybody that he could stand on hishead. I liked his dog Domchu. It sounds like afunny name. Domchu looks very cute. I liked y ythe Tiger’s Nest in Paro.”
  3. 3. “The genius of Balsavars book is in hercharacterisation of the king and queen. They g q yare ordinary people like you and me, whocook, clean, go to work, entertain friends athome, read books, sip a cup of tea whentired,tired check email, and wear simple clothes ” email clothes.”
  4. 4. “…some serious issues have beenaddressed in extremely clever ways and y ythey drive home the points beautifully. Iam very glad topics as diverse as eunuchs,periods, sex and sexist attitudes have allbeen t h d ”b touched.”
  5. 5. “A BOOK that is powerful and yet an effectivestory of women who have learnt to adapt toearth shakingearth-shaking events in their lives - havingbeen displaced, time and again, from theirhomes. A BOOK that makes its statementclearly and simply, both in words and pictures,havingh i text that i b h is beautifully b l if ll balanced i d innarrative style embroidery.”
  6. 6. “The book has brilliant big visuals… whenI read this book to my son I could see himgetting curious about various things,asking more questions on how and why ofcolors…”
  7. 7. “…not everyday do you come acrossan Auto that can bend its handles,talk to the wind and even turn into asubatomic particle!” particle!
  8. 8. “…a book that’s meant to make yousmile. Filled with simple illustrations, it’sa visual delight that concerns itself withthe various roles a tree has to play in ourdaily lives.”
  9. 9. “There is something irresistible about thebook,.. Sometimes its the turn of aphrase, sometimes its the shape andcontours of Advaitas mind, sometimes itis the clash of the adult world and theadolescent world, but always it is there.That something which makes you want toreread and relive the story.”
  10. 10. “Mixing the old and the new is always atricky affair. Oluguti Toluguti, a carefullyhandpicked selection of vintage rhymespresented in a contemporary form is awinner. And yes, thanks to Tulika for thischemma chekka, charming newchildrens book!”
  11. 11. “...a marvelous job. This is how childrensbook should be presented.”
  12. 12. Happy New Year!