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Name  Sowmya Rajendran
Role  Author
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Books  Mayil Will Not be Quiet!, Monday to sunday

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Sowmya Rajendran (born 4 March 1986) is an Indian author.

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Early life

Sowmya Rajendran, born and raised in Chennai, completed her schooling from Padma Seshadri Bala Bhavan School, Chennai and graduated from Stella Maris College with a degree in English. She then pursued a Masters in Gender Studies from the University of Sussex, UK.

Books

She has published 18 books so far, of which six are in The Underwater Friends series (Think Big Books)

  • Kattabomman and the Puzzle, (Think Big Books, 2008)
  • Kattabomman’s Dream, (Think Big Books, 2008)
  • Kattabomman’s Trick, (Think Big Books, 2008)
  • Forgot and the New Blue Fish, (Think Big Books, 2008)
  • Forgot and the Game, (Think Big Books, 2008)
  • Forgot, the Fish, (Think Big Books, 2008)
  • Aana and Chena (Tulika Publishers)
  • The Snow King's Daughter (Tulika Publishers)
  • Water Stories (Anthology, Tulika books, 2009)
  • Power Cut (Tulika Publishers)
  • School is Cool (Tulika Publishers)
  • Monday to Sunday (Tulika Publishers)
  • Mayil Will Not Be Quiet (Tulika Publishers): Co-authored with Niveditha Subramaniam (Recommended by the Central Board of Secondary Education, India for Class 8 children)
  • The Frogs are Falling (Anthology, Puffin, 2012)
  • The Pleasant Rakshasa (CBSE recommended, Tulika books, 2012)
  • Mostly Madly Mayil (Tulika Publishers): Co-authored with Niveditha Subramaniam
  • The Dog Who Wanted More (The Rule Breakers' Club) (Karadi Tales Co. Pvt. Ltd.)
  • Nirmala and Normala (Graphic novel, 16 plus, Penguin Books India, 2014)
  • Her short stories have been published in two anthologies: Water Stories (Tulika Publishers) and The Puffin Book of Magic Stories for 8-year-olds (Penguin Publishers). She has also published short stories in Chandamama magazine.

    Reviews

    Reviews on some of her books: Practically Marzipan on The Pleasant Rakshasa
    The dog who wanted more - Sowmya Rajendran Mayil will not be quiet Mostly Madly Mayil

    Other Works

    Creative Writing Workshop for HP

    References

    Sowmya Rajendran Wikipedia