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Story launches S Hariharan's debut book 'Runaway Children'

Story launches S Hariharan's debut book 'Runaway Children'

06 Aug 2015, 06:08 pm
Kolkata, Aug 5 (IBNS): S Hariharan unveiled his debut book 'Runaway Children' in the flagship store of Story, a lifestyle destination in Kolkata.

Based on a true story, “Runaway Children” is Hariharan’s debut book. 

Through the story the author attempts to capture the misery that the street-bound children of our world face; vulnerable, struggling to get by on a few rupees and embraced only by despair. 

The author claims, at one point of time during his childhood, he was one among many children on the street-dirty and hungry. He labored for fourteen hours each day for food. 

Child trafficking is a burning issue, as well as a problem in the global society. The orphaned children make a huge population in today’s world. Almost all of them are deprived of suitable up-bringing and ultimately identify themselves as anti-social or child labours. 

Hariharan runs a BPO business and lives in Mumbai with his wife and two children. 

Story is an initiative by the Primarc Group. It is Eastern India’s largest standalone bookstore covering an area of 15000 sq feet.

Story has a massive collection of books of all genres and a dedicated floor for children. Through innovative technology and outstanding customer service Story provides more than 50000 titles. 

The best basket of collectible pens and writing accessories is available in the PEN & INK section. The art street section offers art material and accessories, gift it! section has bountiful of special gift items, greetings section boasts of a wide range of all reasons greeting cards whereas the paper shop & amp; stationery section has a comprehensive range of house paper and stationery materials of different kinds.

Primarc Group is a diversified dominant position in the retail & realty sector in Eastern India. Primarc owns and operates over 45 stores across various formats across East India.  

Story launches S Hariharan's debut book 'Runaway Children'

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