Dreamland’s new releases at Frankfurt Book Fair

Dreamland’s new releases at Frankfurt Book Fair

Gone are the days when simple colouring books and a collection of find the differences were all available on the name of activity books. Today, there’s an array of imaginative options available for almost all ages. Activity-based learning facilitates a better understanding. Dreamland Publications is constantly innovating, looking for new ways and technology to publish books of exceptional quality and on becoming a catalyst for excellence. “Our efforts have resulted in creating different pedagogically sound products. To name a few among them are our new series of Activity Books, Bath Books, Touch and Feel, Rub and Smell,” shares Ved Chawla of Dreamland Publications.
Activity books contains interactive content such as games, puzzles, quizzes, pictures to colour and other elements that involve writing or drawing in the book itself. Soft fun-filled Magic Bath Books are loved by children. Cuddling up with these books while having bath brings playful pictures to life in full colour just by wetting the pages of these bath books.

Another great addition to toddlers’ shelf is set of Fragrance Books. Children will just rub their finger on the pictures and enjoy the sweet fragrance of their favourites.

“We are confident that these series would not only play a vital role in improving the children’s understanding and learning but also prove as a perfect boredom buster for kids,” concludes Chawla.

Book publishing course at Allahabad

The National Book Trust (NBT), India, recently organised a ten day (September7-16 ,2019) training programme cum workshop in book publishing, in collaboration with the Department of Hindi, Allahabad University. The programme was inaugurated by Uday Pratap Singh, Chairman, Hindi Academy, and Allahabad.

The Indian publishing industry in the last few decades has undergone phenomenal growth, creating demand for trained professionals in different areas of publishing, editing, production, design, sales and marketing. Guided by this necessity, experts from various fields in book publishing addressed the students on different aspects of publishing.

There were 53 participants in this programme. Experts like Prof Yogendra Pratap Singh, Prof. Chanda Devi, CS Mishra (Ex-Chairman, NRIPT), GS Jolly and Ashok Maheshwari spoke on various aspects like acquisition of manuscript, production procedures, marketing, ISBN, copyright, status of publishing today etc. -GS Jolly

CAPEXIL BOOK DIVISION @ Sharjah International Book Fair 2019

Under the MAI scheme of the Department of Commerce, Govt of India, CAPEXIL, Books, Publications & Printing Panel has decided to participate and make an Indian Pavilion at the upcoming Sharjah International Book Fair 2019 (October 30-November 9, 2019) at the Sharjah Expo Centre, UAE. CAPEXIL Book Division will offer MAI assistance to individual exporters/members on the total cost of the built up furnished stall and airfare for one person in the Economy/excursion .

For any assistance /query please get in touch with Sunil Kumar, Executive Officer, CAPEXIL, Email: Sunil.kumar@capexil.in, Tel 011-23356703, 23711479, Mobile 9899426423.

Press trip for cultural magazines journos

As part of the reciprocal invitation of India to Paris book fair / Livre Paris 2020 and France to the New Delhi World Book Fair in 2022, the French Institute in Paris and the French Institute in India are organising a press trip for journalists of cultural magazines to cover the event and write a special feature which will appear before Livre Paris 2020. In order to appreciate the dynamism of the Indian literary and intellectual scene, this press trip will take place from 10 to 17 November 2019, in 3 stages:
• In New Delhi, to meet the main players in publishing: publishers, institutions, authors and translators.
• In Mumbai, to experience a grand literary festival: the Tata Literature Live! welcomes 150 authors each year
• In Kolkata, the “land of Tagore” where Bengali publishers have been turning to France since many years.

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