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Every year in March, the Indian Premier League cricket tournament begins. With its cross between quick, entertaining cricket to music, dance, Bollywood masti, high-end prizes and world-class players, it's a riveting couple of months that make it doubly exciting for young cricket enthusiasts.
As we like to say in Iconiq, however, never let a good day go without picking up something new. So as we gear up for IPL 2019, here's a printable poster that's perfect for the kids' room, fridge or even school notice board.
The A4 poster will introduce you to all the venues of the IPL, making them memorable with some behind-the-scenes trivia.
Just enter your email below and download the high-res PDF. Then just print, play and pin it up.
Sowmya Rajendran is the winner of Sahitya Akademi's Bal Sahitya Puraskar and the author of incredible books such as the Mayil series, The Rulebreakers' Club series, Ashwathy and the Boot of God and the young-reader favourites Suddenly Cow and The Pleasant Rakshasa. Her writing has enthralled readers of all ages with her witty, endearing stories that are poignant, funny, yet very contemporary.
As a mum to a curious 7-year-old, we thought we'd ask her for her favourite picks for the summer holidays that capture the essence of India in its myriad forms. (She wouldn't put her own books on the list, but we recommend them whole-heartedly and are bound to feature in most must-read lists you will find featured on this blog).
So here are five books that Sowmya generously picked for you and your kids.
All are quintessentially Indian, about India, and truly Iconiq.
The Why-Why Girl by Mahasweta Devi
Salim Mamoo and Me by Zai Whitaker
Timmi In Tangles by Shals Mahajan
The Mahabharatha: A Child's View by Samhita Arni
A Kite Called Korika by Sarada Kolluru
Do you like these picks? Have you read any of them? What do you think?
Leave your comments below!