Coincidentally, my first tryst with Science Fiction and the idea of an alien began with Satyajit Ray. His short stories and novellas featuring the eccentric scientist Professor Shonku introduced me to the world of SF. I began devouring books of Jules Verne and H.G. Wells, faltering at times to pick
Fatherhood is as precious as motherhood, but often, mothers are recognised for their sacrifice while what fathers do tend to be conveniently ignored. This might be the reason when we check for parenthood related books, most of them are for mothers. Is it a new generation thing or was it like that always?