The Story of 15th August 1947(PDF)

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Author: Sandhya Rao
Illustrated by Reginald Goveas

9788186895047 | PDF | pp.20 | 2017 | Tulika Publishers

In this book, children’s voices from all over the country capture different shades of that momentous time in India’s history, when it gained independence on 15th August, 1947.

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“At the stroke of the midnight hour … India will awake to life and freedom,” declared Nehru the night before Independence. But along with joy, there was also the trauma of Partition…In this book, children’s voices from all over the country capture different shades of that momentous time in India’s history, when it gained independence on 15th(PDF) August, 1947.

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Author:

Sandhya Rao
Illustrated by Reginald Goveas

ISBN:

9788186895047

Format:

PDF

Year of Publication:

2017

Publisher:

Tulika Publishers

Edition:

First

Country of Origin:

India

About the Author

Sandhya Rao is one of the finest writers for children in India. Her books have won awards and accolades: My Friend the Sea won the Ambitious Children’s Book Project award at the Berlin Children and Youth Literature Festival, 2005. My Mother’s Sari was chosen as an Outstanding International Book, 2007, by the United States Board for Books for Young People (USBBY) and the Children’s Book Council. She has written over 20 books. Chennai-based Sandhya has an eclectic taste in books, music and films and loves listening to stories, especially real stories. She works at The Hindu.

After studying Architecture, Reginald Goveas found his calling in Communication, Design and Graphic art. He also worked in the areas of Print, New Media and Advertising. He is presently an independent creative consultant to design and advertising agencies. With their humour and tongue-in-cheek quality, his line drawings and cartoons perk up the pages of Tulika’s My Vote Counts! an engaging look at how democracy works in India. He has also illustrated two books in the Read and Colour Freedom series – The Story of Rani of Jhansi and The Story of 15th August 1947.

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Series Note

The Read and Colour favourites are back in a new digital edition! A hands-on way for young children to understand and explore ‘information’, this series keeps them engaged with more than just text. As they enjoy colouring in the well researched line drawings, they absorb the little visual details that add to the experience and stay with them.

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