Bookaroo Children's Literature Festival - India's first - and biggest - children's literature festival. 16 cities, 41 editions. Winner of the Festival of the Year at the London Book Fair. Only children's litfest from India to go international.


EUREKA! - India's first children's-only bookshop. The one-stop children's books experts for the past 20 years.



India's first - and biggest - children's literature festival. Click through to find out more about Bookaroo - and upcoming editions.



India's first exclusive children's-only bookstore. There is a child for every book and a book for every child and we chose them carefully. Find your child's book here.



Experiences about childhood and lively anecdotes from us and EKC members. Read artist Kripa's memories of Mumbai's double decker buses.



A fortnightly video capsule of book recommendations for all ages - with Sahar Beg and Eureka Kids Club. Tune in now and don't miss an episode.


Book Reviews

All the book reviews that you will read here have been written by the readers themselves. What you will find are straight, honest and genuine feedback and analysis.If your child has a book review, share it with us at with the subject line 'BookReview EKC.

Matilda by Urna Ghosh, 8 years old. The first book I remember reading was by Arnold Lobel. I gradually got introduced to books written by Enid Blyton. Once a friend, who….

Lottie Brooks’s Totally Disastrous School Trip (Book 4) by Ira Sen, 11 years old. I just recently read this books and I loved it! It is about a teenager named Lottie….

The Keepers of Knowledge by Niloufer Reporter. My fascination for the north-east has only grown ever since my first (very-short) visit to Mizoram a couple of years ago when I was….

Escape from Mr Lemoncello’s Library by Prabir Mukhopadhyaya. This review is as was shown to me in the diary of my 9-year-old, a few weeks after picking up this book in Eureka! “Nothing….

The Eyes of the Eagle by Ambika S Bhadra. Ruskin Bond never ceases to amaze. This story is the warm account of a boy who makes every effort to protect his lambs….

Fish and Worm by Dilip K Mehdiratta.  My daughter is at an age (she is three-and-a-half) where she does not know whether a worm and a fish can be friends or not…..


What's happening - where, when, why and how? All the news from the world of books and publishing in one place.

November 6, 2023 by Team EKC

India-born author Nandini Das, who is a Professor in the English faculty at the University of Oxford, has been awarded the 2023 British Academy Book Prize for Global Cultural Understanding for….

November 2, 2023 by Team EKC

Mumbai witnessed a celebration of literature at the Tata Literature Live! The Mumbai LitFest from 25th – 29th October. The festival also celebrated the best of Indian children’s books and their….

November 2, 2023 by Team EKC

On the event of World Cities Day on 31st October, UNESCO released a list of 55 new cities that join the UNESCO Creative Cities Network (UCCN). Among them, Kozhikode becomes the….

October 28, 2023 by Akshita Ajitsariya

Author and storyteller Cathy Spagnoli knew how to make room in her audience’s hearts with her stories. And she passed that art on to others. Since 1977, I have been supporting….

October 26, 2023 by Team EKC

The world’s largest award for children’s and young adult literature, the Astrid Lindgren Memorial Award, released its list of nominations for the 2024 award and there is one Indian name in….