Shobha Tharoor Srinivasan is a children’s author, poet, translator, and voice-over professional. Shobha’s voice can be heard in documentaries, educational programs, journalistic initiatives, and audio books. She is also a former non-profit development professional who spent two decades as an advocate for persons with disabilities. She has published children’s books in India and the United States, including A Pie Surprise and Other Stories, Indi-Alphabet and How Many Lines in a Limerick? Her latest book is on Raja Ravi Varma. Her work has been anthologized by several publishers.
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