Ganesha by Sourav Dutta
The Curse on the Moon (Campfire Graphic Novels)

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The elephant-headed—and, here, -bodied—Hindu god throws his considerable weight around in this lunar pourquoi tale...A chortle-worthy, if sketchy, continuation of Ganesha: The Wonder Years (2015).
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The adventures of Ganesha and his amazing friends continue in the second book of a series of legends for younger readers.
 

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Sourav Dutta has been a veteran in the publishing and media industries and a former art critic. He has enjoyed graphic novels from a young age due to his love for both art and the written word. He is also a 3D computer graphics hobbyist and spends endless waking hours designing post-apocalyptic worlds and hideous monsters for 3D art and animation. He has previously written Magical Animals: The Frog Prince for Campfire. Lines and colours have been a part of Rajesh Nagulakonda’s life right from his childhood in Chirala, Andhra Pradesh. His grandfather was a goldsmith and his father a printer. Both of them influenced him to take up art as a career. Rajesh believes in instinct rather than education. He mostly spends his time alone trying to explore different forms of art, such as sculpture, nail-art on paper, metal engraving, and of course, painting. Rajesh lives in Delhi with his wife and two daughters and with dreams of becoming a versatile artist. Some of his Campfire titles are Magical Animals, Krishna, The Little Alien and Pride and Prejudice.



Author Residence: IndiaLines and colours have been a part of Rajesh Nagulakonda's life right from his childhood in Chirala, Andhra Pradesh. His grandfather was a goldsmith and his father a printer. Both of them influenced him to take up art as a career. Rajesh believes in instinct rather than education. He mostly spends his time alone trying to explore different forms of art, such as sculpture, nail-art on paper, metal engraving, and of course, painting. Rajesh lives in Delhi with his wife and two daughters and with dreams of becoming a versatile artist. Some of his Campfire titles are Magical Animals, Krishna, The Little Alien and Pride and Prejudice.
 
Published December 8, 2015 by Campfire Junior. 24 pages
Genres: Comics & Graphic Novels, Nature & Wildlife, Children's Books, Literature & Fiction. Fiction
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The elephant-headed—and, here, -bodied—Hindu god throws his considerable weight around in this lunar pourquoi tale...A chortle-worthy, if sketchy, continuation of Ganesha: The Wonder Years (2015).

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