More engaging stories needed to draw attention of children: Bond
Master storyteller Ruskin Bond has said that more engaging stories are needed to draw the undivided attention of children from page one itself. Bond, known for his literary collections like The Room on the Roof and Mr. Oliver's Diary, was discussing his experience of writing for children in the session, Growing with Ruskin Bond, at Tata Steel Jharkhand Literary Meet (JLM) in Ranchi yesterday.
Bond expressed happiness over growth of literary forums like JLM
Bond also expressed his happiness at the growth of literary forums such as JLM, as they help to bring together readers and writers alike. Deputy Chairman of the Rajya Sabha, Harivansh Narayan Singh, emphasized on the importance of Gandhian philosophy as the means to create a better world in the session on 'Bhavishya Ka Ek Vikalp Hain Mahatma Gandhi', at the JLM yesterday.Share this timeline