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Pulped Fiction- The Times of India

Interesting feature - in light on Nandini Nayar's recent Opinion pieces - on state of children's literature in India:

Children's fiction is still in its nascent stages in India. But that's not the only reason for not having Potter-like success stories. "While contemporary children's fiction is still very young in India, what exists is an extension of adult fiction. It's only in the last decade or so that publishers and retailers have woken up to the potential of children's fiction. So, we can't expect an explosion like Harry Potter," says Radhika Menon, MD, Tulika Publishers. Children's author Ranjit Lall feels that fiction for kids in India stresses on morals -- that's where we go wrong... ...

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