Our Child Guest Editor for May-June’15 & July-August’15

Our  Child Guest Editor for Thinkling Issues – Codebreakers (May-June 2015) and Showstoppers (July-August 2015) is the fantastic Imran Alexander Batra. He has been writing for Thinkling Magazine & blog and this year he joined the team as our Guest Editor.

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Imran Batra is a soon-to-be 14 year old maniac who loves books and music. His other interests include playing football, swimming, and playing the guitar. His current favourite song is Gone, Gone, Gone by Philip Philips, and his all-time favourite book is The Ocean At The End Of The Lane by Neil Gaiman.

Read the insightful survey he conducted for July-August 2015 issue (magazine hits the stand on 1st July 2015)

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Want to wear the Thinkling guest editor’s hat?

Send us an original piece of fiction and one of non-fiction that you have written yourself, a short bio telling us what you are interested in so that we can match you to the Thinkling issue you could best contribute to editor@thinkling.in

Thinkling’s Summer Issue Codebreakers (May-June 2015) Hits the Stand Today!

We’re on a quest to crack some of the most fascinating forms of patterns and codes in our Summer Issue- Codebreakers. 

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Learn about the history of cryptography (or code-making) in Hourglass and check out some clever tricks of an ancient trade. Flip to Green Room to read about how languages are related to one another through patterns. Break the code and you open up a whole new world by understanding another civilisation!

Written patterns! Are you ready to unlock the secrets?

Find something that you want to try out or make your own? Set up a secret club with your friends, complete with a secret language.  And speaking of secrets, we’ve kept and spilled a few. Read more about it in Sticky Situations.

As you read through this issue, don’t forget to lift your head up for all the patterns around you! Building steps, pavement stones, leaf arrangements, spots on insect wings, maybe even cars at a traffic light. The world is written in patterns and codes, you just have to take the time to look. Get your copy now on http://www.thinkling.in/buy/

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