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Chinku and the wolfboy

Anjana Basu

Chinku and the wolfboy

[a magical mystical fantasy]

by Anjana Basu

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Published by IndiaInk, Roli Books in New Delhi .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Novel.

StatementAnjana Basu
Classifications
LC ClassificationsMLCM 2010/00331 (P), PR9499.3.B298, PR9499.3.B298 C45 2010
The Physical Object
Pagination211 p. ;
Number of Pages211
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24496395M
ISBN 108186939539
ISBN 109788186939536
LC Control Number2010327024
OCLC/WorldCa543297997

Anjana Basu is the author of 6 novels, including 3 for children Chinku and the Wolfboy (Roli Books) and In the Shadow of the Leaves and Leopard in the Laboratory brought out by TERI—the last two focus on animal conservation and the shadowy figure of Jim Corbett. She is a poet, reviewer and travel writer and has written scripts with the late Rituparno Ghosh.   Tanzeem by Mukul Deva - book review Tanzeem is the final book of Mukul Deva’s Lashkar series, with Iqbal whom we met in Salim Must Die and Blowback on a do or die mission to avenge the death of his wife Tanaz. The enemy he goes up against is the elusive warlord Ameer-ul-Momineem, who is in the process of putting together a group of international jihadi terrorists.

Anjana Basu has written 6 novels, including 4 for children Chinku and the Wolfboy published by Roli and In the Shadow of the Leaves, Leopard in the Laboratory and Eighteen Tides and a Tiger brought out by TERI - the last three focus on animal conservation and the shadowy figure of Jim Corbett. In addition, she is a poet, reviewer and travel writer. Corbett’s ghost comes alive in new book on tigers Kolkata, July The Energy and Resources Institute (TERI) and Oxford Bookstore novel and second children’s book. The first, Chinku and the Wolfboy was published by through our books or our fine teas and live by the brand’s motto - Much more than a.

The Edinburgh Review and The Saltzburg Review have also featured her work. In , Harper Collins India brought out her novel Curses In Ivory. In , she was awarded a Hawthornden Fellowship in Scotland where she worked on her second novel, Black Tongue published by Roli in In her children's novel Chinku and the Wolfboy was published. Anjana Basu is the author of Curses In Ivory ( avg rating, 11 ratings, 2 reviews), Black Tongue ( avg rating, 6 ratings, 0 reviews, published /5.


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Inshe was awarded a Hawthornden Fellowship in Scotland where she worked on her second novel, Black Tongue published. She began writing for children in with Chinku and the Wolfboy, the Jim Corbett series for TERI—In the Shadow of the Leaves, Leopard in the Laboratory and Eighteen Tides and a Tiger.

She began writing for children in with Chinku and the Wolfboy, the Jim Corbett series for TERI—In the Shadow of the Leaves, Leopard in the Laboratory and Eighteen Tides and a Tiger.

Her byline has appeared in Vogue India, Conde Nast Traveller, The Hindu, Outlook and Outlook Traveller/5(4). In Februaryher children’s novel Chinku and the Wolfboy was published. Her novel Rhythms of Darkness came out in October Anjana Basu has also worked on scripts with director Rituparno Ghosh for ‘Antarmahal’ and ‘The Last Lear’ and has subtitled several of his films including ‘Unishe April’, ‘Dahan’ and ‘Chokher 4/5(1).

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She is a poet, reviewer and travel writer and has written scripts with the late Rituparno Ghosh. Inshe was awarded a Hawthornden Fellowship in Scotland, where she worked on her second novel The Black Tongue, which was published in In Februaryher children’s novel Chinku and the Wolfboy was published.

Her novel Rhythms of Darkness came out in October   Anjana Basu has written 6 novels, including 4 for children Chinku and the Wolfboy published by Roli and In the Shadow of the Leaves, Leopard in the Laboratory and Eighteen Tides and a Tiger brought out by TERI - the last three focus on animal conservation and the shadowy figure of Jim Corbett.

In addition, she is a poet, reviewer and travel writer. InHarper Collins India brought out her novel Curses In Ivory. Inshe was awarded a Hawthornden Fellowship in Scotland where she worked on her second novel, Black Tongue, published by Roli in In February her children's novel Chinku and the Wolfboy was brought out by Roli.

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