Who Made the Tomato Chutney? (Hindi)
Author: Kavitha Mandana
Illustrated by Priya Kuriyan
9789387423718 | Center Stapled | pp. 12 | 2018 | Pratham Books | Hindi
Tara and Ravi go to the market to buy fruits and vegetables. But each time one fruit gets squashed! The concept of sorting is introduced through heavy and light objects. The illustrations in the book are made using bits of paper, old magazines and paper bags that were collected, not squished, under mattresses.
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The concept of sorting is introduced through heavy and light objects. The illustrations in the book are made using bits of paper, old magazines and paper bags that were collected, not squished, under mattresses.
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About the Contributors
Kavitha Mandana grew up in parts of the Niligiri hills where telephones and TV did not exist. After an idyllic and undisciplined schooling in Ooty, and a degree in English Literature from Coimbatore, she got into a fairly unliterary career as an advertising copywriter in Bangalore. It took a chaotic six years working with print, TV and radio commercials for her to discover she liked writing and illustrating for kids. She writes regularly in the children’s supplement of the Deccan Herald. Her work has also appeared in Chatterbox and Toot magazines. Tenali Raman (Puffin) was her first historical novel for kids.
Priya Kuriyan is a children’s book writer, illustrator, comics maker and animator. A graduate of NID, she has directed educational films for the Sesame Street show (India) and the Children’s Film Society of India. She dabbles with various visual styles and fills her sketchbooks with strange caricatures of people from places she travels to.
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