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Author Details
Author Name*: M.Yuvadeeban

Email Address*: yuvan.aves@gmail.com

Contact Number*: 9444280346

Alternate Contact Number: 9840261435

Shipping Address*– B2, Ramaniyam marvel, Sheshadripuram, Behind Baby nagar, Velachery

Landmark*: Opposite Perungudi MRTS Railway station

State*: Tamil Nadu

Pin Code*: 600042

Country*: India

Permanent Address*– Ramaniyam marvel, Sheshadripuram, Behind Baby nagar, Velachery,

State*: Tamil Nadu

Pin Code*: 600042


Country*: India

Facebook Id: Yuvan Aves

Twitter Id: Nil

Google+ Id: Yuvan Aves


Bank Details

Account Holder Name*: M.Yuvadeeban


Account Number*: 6307050360
Bank Name*: Indian Bank

Branch*: P.V.Kalathur

IFSC Code*: IDIB000P061

Pan number *: CQHPM8691Q

Book Details

Working title of your Book*: A Naturalist’s Journal

Sub title*: a collection of essays

How would you want the Author name on the book? *: M.Yuvan
Manuscript Language *: English

Number of images (If any)*:

Manuscript Status (Completed/Proof Read) *: Completed

Book Size *: 5*8

Standard Sizes:

5x8 (Fiction)

6x9 (Non-Fiction)

8x11 (Academic):
Cover Details

Synopsis (A brief outline of the book)*: I would like to use the Blurb as the synopsis.

Blurb (Please refer page 3 on Submissions Guidelines enclosed)*:

This is a book that is full of surprises! Yuvan’s talents as a naturalist, storyteller and wise young
philosopher will certainly delight you whether you are a nature buff or not.

The acrobatics and apparent eccentricities of the Indian Roller, the little Barbet that watches people
around with endless curiosity from the hollow of a tree, and many other beings that share the world
with us are brought alive in a way that gives us a feeling of intimate connectedness with them. As much
as human characters in a gripping novel would.

The paddy field for Yuvan in his school days was a scene of intense drama to be keenly observed - the
innumerable birds, insects, snakes and crustaceans and how they interact in various situations and
seasons, partaking of the farming activities of humans. The context for his thoughts and observations
in many of his essays has been his school, Pathashaala. One cannot help but appreciate the school that
gave space to the flowering of this self-taught naturalist.

Any teacher taking children on Nature walks or struggling to make biology classes interesting can use
his essays to bring in a spark of excitement and involvement to children today who are so alienated
from Nature. But this is also a book for people of all ages that will surely make you look at spiders,
caterpillars and many of Nature's creations with new eyes and a gladdened heart.

-Seetha Ananthasivan
Trustee and Founder, Bhoomi College and Prakriya Green-Wisdom School

About the Author (200 words written in third person narrative)*:

M.Yuvan is a naturalist by heart and an ardent nature writer. He has been awarded the
prestigious M.Krishnan Nature Writing Award by the Madras Naturalists’ Society, in 2017
for his essay ‘Bel plants and Lime Caterpillars’. For many years Yuvan has been involved in
documenting and photographing birds and butterflies for several interested institutions. He is
a distinguished Recorder (A Woodwind instrument) player and has received many accolades
for his performances from the Trinity College of Music, London. He is also a practitioner of
Vipassana meditation (an ancient Indian technique of meditation taught by Gautama
Buddha).

I hereby approve that the manuscript and supporting documents provided along are final and no more content
changes will be made.

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