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‘Little Rocks and Pebbles’ A new book by Mathew C. Ninan was launched

Published On : 28 Feb 2021   |  Reported By : canaranews network


A new book titled ‘Little Rocks and Pebbles’ authored by Mathew C. Ninan, Director of Little Rock Indian School, Brahmavar was launched on Saturday.

The programme held in the School Auditorium was attended by the teaching and non-teaching staff of Little Rock.

The book was released by Ms Neetha Shetty, Principal of Oakwood Indian School, Kundapura. A review of the book was presented by Prof. K. Narayanan, member of the School Managing Committee of Little Rock.

The book covers a wide plethora of topics and is indeed an intellectual feast to the readers, said Prof. K. Narayanan.

Mr Satish Acharya, noted cartoonist who designed the book’s cover was a special invitee. Principal Dr. John Thomas welcomed the gathering. Deputy Director Ms Lali A Mathew was also present. Ms Rekha Rao compered the programme.

Prof. Ninan spoke about the benefits of reading and writing. He said ‘writing can create in the author’s mind immense turmoil followed by a rare bliss ’. He added that the prolonged isolation during the pandemic has helped him accomplish the task of publishing yet another book. He thanked all who helped and encouraged him.







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