BETWEEN TWO WORLDS:
The Art & Life of Amrita Sher-Gil
written by Meera Sriram
At a time of few women artists, Amrita Sher-Gil harnessed her mixed Indo-Hungarian heritage to blend Eastern and Western traditions, to break barriers, and to become a pioneer of modern Indian art.
A multicultural counting book in which ten different families prepare different dumplings from their cultures for a neighborhood potluck on Dumpling Day!
Meera Sriram grew up in India and moved to the U.S in 1999. An electrical engineer in the past, she now enjoys writing for children, leading early literacy initiatives, and advocating for diverse bookshelves. Meera is the author of picture books THE YELLOW SUITCASE and A GIFT FOR AMMA. She has also co-authored several kids’ books in India. Meera believes in the transformative power of stories and likes to write on people, places, and experiences less visible in children’s literature.
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