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An Unexpected Companion

The Oriental Dwarf Kingfisher

Art by 10 year old, art for kids

The Oriental Dwarf Kingfisher

This cartoon is illustrated by 10 year old Varun Narayanan. Varun studies in Grade 5 and loves to draw and paint. He regularly practices art and participates in art programs in the school and outside the campus as well. He has illustrated for all the Aman and Sahil adventures.

Anantha is an IT Professional. Writing is her passion. She writes short stories, small stories for children, play scripts for theater, and also books and movie reviews. She is a professional book reviewer working for a book promotional company based out of United States. She regularly conducts storytelling workshops for kids. She runs a book club for children where kids meet every week to discuss and brainstorm about the books they have read.
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Anantha is an IT Professional. Writing is her passion. She writes short stories, small stories for children, play scripts for theater, and also books and movie reviews. She is a professional book reviewer working for a book promotional company based out of United States. She regularly conducts storytelling workshops for kids. She runs a book club for children where kids meet every week to discuss and brainstorm about the books they have read.
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“Creativity is as important now in education as literacy and we should treat it with the same status.” ― Ken Robinson