‘The Dot That Went For A Walk’, an upcoming children’s book by Caterpillar Wings, is an inspiring initiative with stories from 51 highly accomplished women right from Rani Laxmi Bai, Indira Gandhi, Kiran Bedi to Deepika Padukone.

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A dot is a drawing waiting to become a masterpiece A dot is an imagination waiting to unfold A dot is a story waiting to be told . A dot is a star in the sky A dot is inspiration  A dot is perspiration A dot is a beginning A dot is an end . A dot is you A dot is me A dot is this book that connects you to me … a dot is all this and much more when it goes for a walk! By @reemagpt . . Presenting to you 12-year-old Moksha Davaloor's incredibly moving trailer for “The Dot that went for a walk…”, a children’s book aiming to #changthenarrative of storytelling from fairy tales to real stories of real women with short stories of 51 inspirational women from India. . . #WatchThisSpace for our book launch on 16th Jan. Available on Amazon India on January 17th!! . . #Book #BookLaunch #InspiringWomen #WomenWhoLead #GirlsWhoLead #GenderEquality #CareerGoals #FemalePower #WomenEmpowerment #TheDotThatWentForAWalk #BookLove #NewRelease #ComingSoon #ChildrenBooks #Childrensbookillustration #NewBookRelease #NewBookLaunch #ChildrensBookLaunch #LoveKidsBooks #GiftsForChildren #BookLovers #RealStories #RealWomen #Bookstagram #ReadersofInstagram #MothersofInstagram

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In an attempt to change the narrative around children’s tales, the book ushers in a new way of storytelling featuring stories of 51 inspiring women from India. While most fairytales show how princess needs a prince to save her, this book tells stories of Indian women who are their own knights in shining armor.

‘The Dot That Went For A Walk’ is curated by Lakshmi Nambiar, Reema Gupta and Sarada Akkineni and also includes illustrations by 51 artists from across the country.

Mini Mathur appreciated the book saying, “Move over princesses! This book is so empowering for our little ones… real life examples of inspirational indian women who save the day.. and the prince”.

Gautami Kapoor poured her heart out in a video mentioning it to be the most amazing book with beautiful illustrations and Hiten Tejwani appreciated the book.

Tisca Chopra called it as a “delightful read”.

Praises from celebrities - The Dot That Went For A Walk
Praises from celebrities – The Dot That Went For A Walk

Actress Tannaz Irani commented how her daughter loves reading these books and such an inspiring book about all woman achievers.

Television actress Barkha Sengupta shared images of her daughter reading the book and wrote “51 short stories about the incredible women achiever’s of India …. quite a bedtime read for my little one!”

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