January 06, 2010

Learning

The Annual book Exhibition is up and truly a delight as always. Chennai has such a huge number of book lovers , it makes one feel warm. Got a lot of Tulika books for Anushka. At 15% discount !!

Anush's school reopens today. Baby, I hope you have a wonderful, colourful 2010!! Hope you get fluent at reading soon, given your sometimes valiant, often mirth evoking attempts

The header is a pic from our Dilli Haat trip....

9 comments:

Swati said...

I have been hearing ppl rave about tulika books for so long now that I am damn eager to get some for Aryan but I have not yet got a chance to lay hands on any till now :(

Dilli haat is one of my favourite places , hanged out there a lot with my girl friends in early job days :)

Nice pic up there

ChoxBox said...

i have the tamarind tree okay? dont buy that one.

and which ones did you get? tell tell.

apu said...

lovely pic on the header...

Monika said...

i love tullika and pratham books bought so many of them for ojas in blore book fair

that is such a pretty pic, delhi hatt is a lovely place

Swati : the karadi tales u get in apple of my i and the rest (well most) in ganga book store

ChoxBox said...

@swati: landmark in forum has both karadi tales and tulika.
pratham - you'll have to go to their office - they'll even ship them to you. here is the phone no. you want -9945254244. mr.sanjay patil, he's the sales person to get in touch with.

starry eyed said...

@Chox: bless you :)

Lovely pic, Art! It's so magical once kids start reading, enjoy the journey!

artnavy said...

chox- did not buy tttree

pratham books are soooo cheap!!

Krishnan said...

Yes annual Chennai Book Fair is always a delight for book lovers. I purchased quite a lot of Tamizh books. English ones I got were Half of a Yellow Sun by Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie (have you read her novels ?) and a book on Nehru by Walter Crocker.

Subhashree said...

Same same... binged at Tulika.. bought lots of titles there... this time around there were a lot of stalls to engage the kids, no?