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Latest News on Childrens Literature
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Jun 12, 2019
Little Black Sambo: Why the many attempts to rectify racism of Helen Bannerman's popular story failedWhy has Little Brave Sambo (or Little Black Sambo) endured, why do people defend it so passionately and perhaps most intriguing of all, why do people keep re-writing it to try and make it more politically correct?
Jun 11, 2019
Little Black Sambo: A look at the bizarre history of Helen Bannerman's racism-riddled children’s storyWhy has Little Brave Sambo (or Little Black Sambo) endured, why do people defend it so passionately and perhaps most intriguing of all, why do people keep re-writing it to try and make it more politically correct?
Apr 27, 2019
Child-appropriate literature: Should young readers be shielded from certain kinds of writing, or characters?Much as I would today like to reply “Children should read whatever they bloody well want”, it would be silly to pretend there can be a one-size-fits-all answer
Mar 28, 2019
Navneet Education recalls children's book following backlash to story depicting animal abuseThe story in question, published by Navneet Education in a book called It's Story Time, contains graphic descriptions of a dog killing animals and subsequently being killed by its master. It also contains a graphic illustration
Feb 24, 2019
Amar Chitra Katha's dark side: Recalling the morbid story of a jackal who ate an elephantAuthor Jai Arjun Singh writes about the first book that he read, Amar Chitra Katha's Panchatantra – How the Jackal Ate the Elephant, examining the morbid stories and illustrations in a book meant for children
Oct 23, 2018
How Katha India's award-winning, first-of-its-kind app is encouraging underprivileged children to readThis app, created in-house by Katha India, uses animated videos, games and characters to introduce children to concepts like gender equality and diversity
Oct 01, 2018
Children’s literature is flourishing in India, but further effort needed to attract new readersThe subject of children and reading has long been debated, particularly on the impact of the digital distraction on the habit. Children are reading more but, paradoxically are not.
Oct 08, 2016
Ramayana teaches us how hard it is to be good to the people we love best: Arshia SattarArshia Sattar, whose translation of Valmiki's Ramayana is considered among the most authoritative, is now back with a beautifully illustrated retelling, this time for children
Nov 03, 2013
Snow White to Harry Potter: Violence always part of children's booksIf you think modern novels such as 'Hunger Games' are too violent for kids, try re-reading classic children's books from the past.