Pranav’s Picture

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Author: Nandini Nayar
Illustrated by Vishwajyoti Ghosh

9788181461483 | Centre Stapled | pp. 20 | 2005 | Tulika Books

Pranav is drawing a picture but his mother sees nothing on the page! The freewheeling narrative and illustrations are in tune with the spontaneous logic of a child’s mind.

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Pranav says he is drawing a picture. But his mother sees nothing on the page! What is Pranav drawing? The narrative and freewheeling illustrations follow the simple, spontaneous logic of a child’s mind.

Within six pages, that takes less than 30 seconds for an adult to thumb through, Pranav has managed to imagine a giraffe about to eat grass, but really didn’t because a horse ate all the giraffe’s grass, leaving the giraffe in tears. Meanwhile a boy mounts the horse and gallops to his house, a house with A-line roof, one door and two windows to be specific, gets in to bed and goes to sleep, which is depicted by the blue line.

Additional information

Author:

Nandini Nayar
Illustrator: Vishwajyoti Ghosh

ISBN:

9788181461483

Publisher

Tulika Books

Binding:

Centre Stapled

Pages:

20

Year of Publication:

2005

Edition:

First

Condition:

New

Country of Origin:

India

About the Contributors

Nandini Nayar is an award-winning children’s writer with over forty books for children of all ages. She has written twenty-two picture books, over three hundred short stories, several novels, retellings and fictional biographies.

Vishwajyoti Ghosh is the author of the graphic novel Delhi Calm, a political graphic novel set in the 70′s and a visual book of postcards Times New Roman & Countrymen.

Associated with “Inverted Commas” a communications initiative, he is currently working on a mapping project in the workers’ clusters of Gurgaon.

As a founder member of the Pao Collective, he also remains an active and dynamic participant in graphic/comics artists’ collective projects and works often with graphic artists from different parts of South Asia.

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