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Features and reviews of books that have special interest for young adults. The 12-18 age group is challenging and difficult to please. Inhabiting the “YA” world is exciting in itself- it is a world where media consumption is not restricted to books alone. We are looking at young people who are more aware and attuned to the dynamics of the changing world than ever before. This section presents book reviews as well as general interest stories related to YA literature.
Duckbill brings forth a compilation of stories of ten remarkable Indian women who were pioneers in their fields.
A self-help book directly addressing concerns of teenagers.
We often underestimate the influence of the YA genre. At an age when teen readers are discovering their voices, these powerful fiction books for young adults will push boundaries just a little further.
History is a lot of fun....and just like an enthralling thriller, this book takes you through the eventful lives of 10 Indian Monarchs Whose Amazing Stories You May Not Know! Published by Duckbill here’s a history lesson you would love to attend!
We are excited about a new series of non-fiction books from Duckbill. 10 Indian Animals you may never see again in the wild by Ranjit Lal packs in loads of information and oodles of humour in a fantastic package.
The fictional diary of Nur Jahan...peeking into the thoughts of the most powerful Mughal queen is a fictional journey you will relish as you read The Teenage Diary of Nur Jahan by Deepa Agarwal.
Who does not like reading stories about swashbuckling heroes who go around solving ancient unsolved mysteries in far off seldom visited places? Well, our hero Kakababu in ‘The Adventures of Kakababu’, goes on mysterious secret missions and has a devil may care attitude to life.