In Manya Learns to Roar, Shruthi Rao humorously and sensitively explores how children overcome challenges and emerge victorious.
Even 200 years after her death, Jane Austen continues to be much-loved and read today. We explore her life through some key objects.
Charta, bookbinders and sellers of fine old books in Venice show that the art of bookbinding is still alive. Literary things of beauty flourish in their unique store.
Shah Jahan and the Ruby Robber by Natasha Sharma reimagines history in a fun way for young readers.
The Golden House is the current grand American novel. It is a saga that reflects many disturbing realities of our times.
The Nehru Centre Library, located at Worli, Mumbai is redefining what it means to be a library in the digital age. It is all set to welcome the future with open
Get some quirk into your book corner or library. Here are some refreshingly original designs from Square Barrel, to infuse a fun element in bookish décor.
Conferro Heritae Archive, a private collection of collectibles, including magazines, newspapers, books, fine art and movie memorabilia is all set to woo those who love a tryst with the past.
A young man searching for a father figure, a well-digger left to die in an unfinished well, a red-haired woman who charms the hearts of both father and son, Orhan Pamuk’s The Red-Haired Woman is a riveting tale of star-crossed