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Tuesday, November 9, 2010

Books+

Good news! Tulika now partners Mother Earth to bring out the BOOKS+ range of products and gift ideas, based on art in Tulika’s books. Besides being part of a brilliant plot to get children addicted to Tulika’s books, this unique range gives children products that they can relate to through books they have read. BOOKS+ also sensitizes children to worlds outside their own by connecting them to arts and crafts and the people who create them.
Tulika and Mother Earth both believe in producing quality products that represent, respect and nurture diversity. Which means this is a truly organic, pesticide-free, natural collaboration. We are excited by the possibilities that working together can open up.
We invite you to the release of the bilingual Panchatantra books and BOOKS+ products at the Mother Earth store in Domlur, Bengalooru, this Saturday, November 13 at 5.30 p.m. Celebrity storyteller Jeeva aunty will be telling stories from the books. Don’t miss it!

14 comments:

  1. Would have loved to attend!

    Sounds great.

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  2. yaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaayyy! I SO WILL BE THERE!!!
    Mother earth is totally my store cos i live close by and go at every possible event
    AND...i have been buying all Tulika and Pratham books from this very store off late! u will find all copies of Malli taken off the shelf becos i bought them all to give away as gifts!

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  3. @Chox We presume that means you will be attending the event. We shall be most displeased if you don't.
    @Sandhya What?! You cannot not come. Please come, please, please.
    @Pallavi That's the spirit! And a Tulika book is our idea of the perfect gift too:)

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  4. Do you have anything of this nature planned for Hyderabad?

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  5. @AA_mom Not yet...Although, Mother Earth products might be available at Central in Hyderabad.

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  6. @Tulika: Have sent you a mail at tulikabooks@vsnl.com.

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  7. @Sandhya Have just replied to it:) See you soon:)

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  8. This sounds so interesting.. I wish you guys planned something like this is Mumbai..... anything in the pipeline??

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  9. @Anu No book launches planned for Mumbai, I'm afraid. But there might be other collaborations in store. Watch this space:)

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  10. Missed you guys - once at Mother earth and then at the book fair.
    Third time I may get lucky who knows?!

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  11. @Choxbox :( Ah well. We live in hope...

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  12. It was great meeting the face behind your words!

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  13. @Sandhya It was great meeting you and seeing the stunningly beautiful face behind your words:) Sigh.

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