HIPPOCAMPUS EXPERIENCE CENTRE,
Old No. 4, New No.11, 3rd Avenue, Indiranagar, Chennai – 20.
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Kids had a great time at the Great Tale Chase at Hippocampus recently. Annie Besant author of Malas’s Silver Anklets had the kids enacting a character from her book. Two simple, yet beautifully illustrated books by Tulika to be released shortly. R. Amarendran, a theatre person and author of Siri’s Smile narrated the story and had each kid enact a character from the book and read aloud. Kids met the authors, and got the copies of their books autographed.
‘Meanwhile, the children’s sections of public libraries in Bangalore await their makeover. Thus far, the founder of Hippocampus has been unable to persuade government authorities to commit to a joint plan to effect such a transformation. But Malhotra, who as child, devoured popular Indian Chacha Chaudhary comic books – its hero, a middle-class Indian, fights wrong-doers with his smarts, not super powers – does not seem like someone who gives up easily’, an excerpt from the article that was published on ‘India Knowledge @ Wharton’ on the 24th of March ’11
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An article on a trip to The National Gallery of Modern Art was featured on the blog of Tulika books.
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