Kala Ghoda Children's Literature Programme at KitabKhana on 14th February, 2015.

14-Feb-2015
10:30
KitabKhana

Dear Readers,
 
Children's Books are back at Kala Ghoda Arts Festival 
Date : 14th February,2015
Venue: KitabKhana.
 
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: Saturday.
Date: 14th February,2015.
Time :10:30-11:30 am
Venue : KitabKhana.
Age : 4+
From the Hills of the Northeast.
Two sisters race down to the plains – who wins? Hambreelmai sits at her loom, watched by Sheipung the porcupine – what happens? Performance storyteller Meren Imsong tells two fascinating Khasi and Mishmi origin stories, published by Tulika.
 
 
Day: Saturday.
Date: 14th February,2015.
Time :11:30-12:30pm
Venue : KitabKhana.
Age : 8+
Meet Bookasura, the Book Eating Monster.
What happens when Bala meets a giant with many heads with a moustache and fangs and broom-like eyebrows, and who eats books! Author Arundhati Venkatesh tells about a cool kid and a notorious giant from her book Bookasura.
 
 
Day: Saturday.
Date: 14th February,2015.
Time :4:00 -5:00 pm
Venue : KitabKhana.
Age : 8+
Knock knock. Who’s there? Super Hero. Super hero who?
 
What makes a super hero? A cape? Underpants worn on top of pants? Or just plain attitude? Find your super hero avtar with Jane De Suza author of Super Zero.
 
 
Day: Saturday.
Date: 14th February,2015.
Time :5:00 pm -6:00 pm
Venue : KitabKhana.
Age : 8+
Are you Kaan Khan or Zulf-ud-din? It’s another hysterically historical mystery mania!
Does your friend or sibling have big ears, spiky hair or jumps like a cat? Make up new names based on the features or skills, draw your friend or yourself and discover similar characters in the Fabulous Forty in Natasha Sharma’s fourth History Mystery - Razia and the Pesky Presents. Find out what it was like to be the Delhi Sultanate’s first (and only) female Sultan. 
 
RSVP:to.kitabkhana@gmail.com
 
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