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BPF2019 Button Where? Button There! with Aparna Kapur

12.984325,77.584527
Sun, 21 Jul 3:30PM - 5:30PM
Free
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Sun, 21 Jul
, 3:30PM
- 5:30PM
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Tap into the Universe as Aparna reads from her new poetry book Red Button, Blue Button. Using buttons as inspiration -- round, square, old, new -- participants will create their own button-creatures and learn how to write an irreverent poem to match.

The session will be conducted by Aparna Kapur who is the Deputy Editor at Pratham Books. She has previously worked as the Assistant Editor for the children’s science magazine, Brainwave, and written several comic books for Amar Chitra Katha. She has also co-authored Ruckus on the Road for Puffin.

Age Guidance: 6 to 12 Years

Language: English

Duration:1 Hour and 15 mins

Note: Free Attendance but limited to 25 children

About Aparna Kapur:

Aparna Kapur is the Deputy Editor at Pratham Books. She has previously worked as the Assistant Editor for the children’s science magazine, Brainwave, and written several comic books for Amar Chitra Katha. She has also co-authored Ruckus on the Road for Puffin.

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Taj West End, Bengaluru 25, Race Course Rd, High Grounds, Sampangi Rama Nagar, Bengaluru, Karnataka 560001
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