Kartik, Opus and Tashi, the three curious kids in the book The Ghost Hunters of Kurseong have many adventures. Unfortunately, the printed form of a novel could contain only one. Since the three kids have solved many other mysteries in my head since then, I thought, why not use different mediums to explore them? So I created a detective case for kids to solve.
Mrs Bannerjee’s diamond necklace is missing. Timpu, the security guard who has been arrested says it was Golu’s ghost who did it. Who stole the necklace? Where is it now?
I will be doing this workshop in Delhi and Bangalore all through November and then December and January. So if you a curious lot and keep looking out for a mystery to solve, don’t miss the opportunity. My schedule for the workshop is below:
UPCOMING! January 25 (11AM), Lightroom Bookstore, Wheeler Road (open to public. Registration required. Please contact Lightroom Bookstore 080-25460466. Charges, Rs 150/child)
December 7 (4PM), Atta Galatta, Koramangala (open to public)
November 30 (11.30AM), Hippocampus (open to public)
With Hachette India
November 20 (11AM), Ambience Public School, Safdarjung (Not open to public)
November 14 (8AM), Mount Abu Public School, Rohini (Not open to public)
As part of Bookaroo festival for kids
November 12 (10.15AM), Kendriya Vidyalaya, Masjid Moth (Not open to public)
November 11 (9AM), Sardar Patel Vidyalaya (Not open to public)
3 Replies to “A ghostly detective workshop schedule”
Good to see your new approach in story telling .Kindly contact us we can have a session in our school
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