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The three day Children Literature Festivals will conclude on June 12. On Saturday, the second day of OCLF’s Children Literature Festival, organised by the Orange city Literature Festival in association with G H Raisoni University, began with a mesmerizing session titled ‘How can young children become Writers?’ by Anoushka Sabnis. She talked about how early habits of reading help students generate new ideas. In the session “Nameless GOD - Story of Friendship”, author Save Kernel discussed the issue of religious identity through her book, where how two friends of different faith find themselves caught in religious riots.
Author Anushka Ravishankar in her session “It's time to know who the smartypants are?” explained Physics through her ‘smartypants’ series book. In the session “Let's talk about Demos and Demonesses of Hindu mythology”, author Priya Narayan spoke on why she decided to write about demons. Mamta Nainy, in her session “Uncover India’s Art mysteries,” discussed the stories of various artists. Author Ram G Vallath in session “Active parenting”, gave tips about raising children. Coach Zarin Virji discussed how teachers can be beneficial for the cumulative development of children through innovative education and learning. Rochelle Pinto, in her interactive session talked about students’ future dreams and positions they wanted to see themselves.