Kala Ghoda Children's Literature Programme at KitabKhana, David Sassoon Library & Museum Ground on 8th February,2015.


Dear Readers,
Children's Books are back at Kala Ghoda Arts Festival 
Date : 8th February,2015
Venue: KitabKhana, David Sassoon Library & Museum Ground.
To register, mail us at litkidskgaf15@gmail.com with "registration" and name of session in subject line with name and age of child/children and name and contact of parent.
Day: Sunday.
Date: 8th February,2015.
Time : 11:am - 1:00 pm.
Venue : David Sassoon Library.
Age : 7+.
The Horridest Show on Earth
Kala Ghoda and Penguin interschool theatre competition based in the book Horrid High by Payal Kapadia. “Dress as your favourite character” competition for audiences too!
Day: Sunday.
Date: 8th February,2015.
Time : 11:am - 12:00 noon.
Venue : Museum Ground.
Book Swap
Read all the books on your book shelf but want some more? Trade your book for another at the Kala Ghoda – XChange it Children’s Book Swap.
Day: Sunday.
Date: 8th February,2015.
Time : 3:30 pm - 4:30 pm
Venue : KitabKhana
Age : 4+
Captain Coconut and the case of the Missing Bananas.
Captain Coconut, funny pyjamas and all is hot on the trail of the missing bananas. Don’t be fooled by his silly looks, for in that head ticks a sharp brain that will get to the bottom of this mystery. Award-winning author Anushka Ravishankar reads from this quirky mathematical mystery.
Day: Sunday.
Date: 8th February,2015.
Time : 4:30-5:30 pm
Venue : KitabKhana
Age : 9+
The Case of the Candy Bandit
Get Sleuthing with author Archit Taneja: We look at a couple of mysteries and try to solve them through unconventional and weird means. Because we are super sleuths, we don't play by the rules!
Day: Sunday.
Date: 8th February,2015.
Time : 5:30-6:30 pm
Venue : KitabKhana
Age : 11+
Queen of Ice
Brilliant, charismatic Didda ignored by her father the king for being lame and even worse for being a girl. But Didda’s spirit will not be quelled – the lame princess rises to be the beloved queen of Kashmira – readings from a riveting historical fiction by award-winning author Devika Rangachari. 


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