Landour Days: At Home with Ruskin Bond

And like that elusive butterfly settling on a still, welcoming hand, the 23rd of April arrived in Landour (Mussoorie) with the gentle softness of the breeze. A day—truly a long, still, wonderous moment—we would savour and carry back with us, like a balm for the harsh heat of Delhi. The end of a long walk, to and from Char Dukan, found the six of us, the designated Harper team, walking over to the quaint house sitting next to the vibrant Doma’s – to meet Mr Ruskin Bond.

28 Amazing Books from 2018: You Don’t Want to Miss Out on These!

  The Spy Chronicles: RAW, ISI and the Illusion of Peace by A.S. Dulat, Asad Durrani and Aditya Sinha Devil's Advocate: The Untold Story by Karan Thapar Nightmarch: A Journey into India's Naxal Heartlands by Alpa Shah Karunanidhi: A Life in Politics by Sandhya Ravishankar Note by Note: The India Story by Ankur Bhardwaj, Seema Chishti and Sushant Singh Privacy… Continue reading 28 Amazing Books from 2018: You Don’t Want to Miss Out on These!

The Best Children’s Books to Read in the Year-end Holidays

Spread the Joy of Reading this Holiday Season! 1. Your Journal of Memories by Shamika Chaves This beautifully illustrated journal full of quirky prompts and suggestions, is the perfect end-of-the-year buy, to keep or to give as a gift. This is a journal of memories for you to store your memories so that you don't… Continue reading The Best Children’s Books to Read in the Year-end Holidays

She Can You Can: The A–Z Book of Iconic Indian Women by Garima Kushwaha Illustrated by Anastasia Damani

  Launching amidst a global trend in the short biography format of books for children, starting with Good Night Stories for Rebel Girls—the book that possibly spawned the trend—HarperCollins Children’s Books’ new Timeless Biography, She Can You Can, is unique in several ways, right from the format, which is that of an alphabet book, to… Continue reading She Can You Can: The A–Z Book of Iconic Indian Women by Garima Kushwaha Illustrated by Anastasia Damani

HarperCollins India presents ‘The Good Indian Child’s Guide to Eating Mangoes’ by Natasha Sharma

is delighted to announce the first in the Good Indian Child’s Guide Series The Good Indian Child’s Guide To Eating Mangoes by Natasha Sharma The perfect preface to the mango season. ‘Drool-inducing! Rib-tickling! Timely! Generations of Indian children will benefit from this prof-BURR…RRP! (Excuse me, it’s mango season.)’  – Anushka Ravishankar, popular children’s author Does a… Continue reading HarperCollins India presents ‘The Good Indian Child’s Guide to Eating Mangoes’ by Natasha Sharma