Alexis Deacon’s talent for creating unique and exquisite picture books for children is evident from the enviable repertoire of his works. Taking his book Beegu as a starting point, Bookedforlife chats with the writer and artist about his creative process.
The ever-elusive work-life balance for women is a universal issue, and many books explore the its dynamics. Here, we look at Lean In, a classic by Sheryl Sandberg and compare it with the lessons we can learn from women scientists at ISRO. Unlikely contenders? Well, read on to see….
She travelled across sixty countries on six continents over fifty years collecting butterflies. A collection of the diary entries of Margaret Fountaine has gems of inspiration and delight for modern readers.
Nothing pleases a book lover more than a well curated reading list! Take a look at BookArt101 for some exhaustive and enticing options!
Memoir writing assumes a completely different flavour in a book on The Cartiers by Francesca Cartier Brickell, where business, history and family entwine inextricably to present the reader with a story that is deeply personal and still meaningful to every reader.
Giligadu- The Lost Days by Chitra Mudgal is a tenderly written novel on growing old. It is a human story that will appeal to readers of all ages, young and old.
Ruskin Bond is a living legend and his works have enthralled children and adults alike. On the occasion of his 86thbirthday we take a look at some timeless works.