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Puffin Classics: Another Dozen Stories

Puffin Classics: Another Dozen Stories

Gift book for children and teens, must-read collection of 12 fascinating short stories by award-winning author Satyajit Ray, fiction, illustrated edition

Satyajit Ray
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Celebrating 100 years of Satyajit Ray
A classic keepsake edition, including 12 fascinating stories by a master storyteller
Featuring Ray’s original artwork
Bestselling author of One Dozen Stories, Feluda Adventures, The Final Adventures of Professor Shonku
Includes introduction by Sharmila Tagore

Another Dozen Stories brings to you the magical, bizarre, spooky and sometimes astonishing worlds created by Satyajit Ray, featuring an extraordinary bunch of characters!

While ‘The McKenzie Fruit’ trails a humble man trying to leave his mark in history, ‘Worthless’ is a moving story about a seemingly hapless character not quite able to win the confidence of his family. Meet Professor Hijibijbij, the eccentric scientist bent on creating living replicas of peculiar creatures and follow Master Angshuman into a nail-biting and unexpected adventure on the sets of his very first film. This collection includes twelve hair-raising stories that will leave you asking for more!

Translated for the very first time into English by noted translator Indrani Majumdar, this edition is a tribute to Ray’s immaculate literary genius and a gift for his many fans and followers on the centenary of his birth.

Imprint: India Puffin

Published: Apr/2021

ISBN: 9780143447030

Length : 256 Pages

MRP : ₹250.00

Puffin Classics: Another Dozen Stories

Gift book for children and teens, must-read collection of 12 fascinating short stories by award-winning author Satyajit Ray, fiction, illustrated edition

Satyajit Ray

Celebrating 100 years of Satyajit Ray
A classic keepsake edition, including 12 fascinating stories by a master storyteller
Featuring Ray’s original artwork
Bestselling author of One Dozen Stories, Feluda Adventures, The Final Adventures of Professor Shonku
Includes introduction by Sharmila Tagore

Another Dozen Stories brings to you the magical, bizarre, spooky and sometimes astonishing worlds created by Satyajit Ray, featuring an extraordinary bunch of characters!

While ‘The McKenzie Fruit’ trails a humble man trying to leave his mark in history, ‘Worthless’ is a moving story about a seemingly hapless character not quite able to win the confidence of his family. Meet Professor Hijibijbij, the eccentric scientist bent on creating living replicas of peculiar creatures and follow Master Angshuman into a nail-biting and unexpected adventure on the sets of his very first film. This collection includes twelve hair-raising stories that will leave you asking for more!

Translated for the very first time into English by noted translator Indrani Majumdar, this edition is a tribute to Ray’s immaculate literary genius and a gift for his many fans and followers on the centenary of his birth.

Select Preferred Format

Satyajit Ray

Satyajit Ray (1921-1992), one of the greatest film-makers of our times, received the Oscar for Lifetime Achievement by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences in 1992. In the same year he was honoured with the Bharat Ratna. A polymath and a polyglot, Ray was not only an ace designer and but also a brilliant music composer and illustrator. His writings for children, young adults and adults continue to attract readers across the world.

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A gift book for children and teens, Another Dozen Stories is a must-read collection of 12 fascinating short stories by award-winning author Satyajit Ray.  It is our homage to this brilliant writer who has blessed us with an era of enchanting stories. Translated for the very first time into English by noted translator Indrani Majumdar, […]