Stamp of approval2 min read 14 May 2014, 05:10 PM IST
Uncovering content that parents and children have used, and liked
Imran Mishra, 12, never took a liking to the Enid Blyton books. “Out of some kind of nostalgia, I tried to get him to read the books I grew up with and loved," says his mother, Samina Mishra. “They didn’t work for him at all," she says. The Delhi-based documentary film-maker then tried a different tack: she introduced a variety of books to Imran, from stories by Anushka Ravishankar and Ranjit Lal to titles by foreign authors like David Almond.