- Q&A with Ronnie’s Awesome List: Some important data about asian american population and corresponding children’s literature here
- IMC book review – “What I liked about the book 1) The book introduces the kids to festive atmosphere, hospitality and a taste of India. 2) A cute story that teaches maths concepts with numbers upto 10. 3) A yummy Gulab Jamun recipe at the end of the book.”
- Jennie Rosenblum – former teacher, library services. “This is a cuddle book for you and your child or grandchild but it is also a great read-aloud for a story time as there is so much to talk about.”
- The Baby Spot – “This book is perfect for all children. For children of a south Asian/ Indian decent will love a book that highlights this delicious treat and children all over the world will be begging their parents to make gulab jamuns!
- Bicultural Mama -“10 Gulab Jamuns will have you drooling”
- Sunanda Chatterjee’s blog – Author Interview
- Author interview and Spotlight on Women Who Inspire Feature with via Just Simply Sarah
- Radio interview with Dill Ki Awaz 1170 AM via Dill Ki Awaz SoundCloud
- Author Interview with Shanaya Tales via www.shanayatales.com
- Spotlight on Ten Gulab Jamuns Kickstarter via www.mylittlepudding.com
- Why multiculturalism in children’s literature is important via www.chatterblock.
- Review of previous book and spotlight on Ten Gulab Jamuns via www.mylittlepudding.
- ‘Ten Gulab Jamuns’ book introduces south asian culture to children via Bicultural Mama
- An Indian American writer’s campaign on National Day of Writing! via www.indiacurrents.co
- Book review of Big Red Firetruck and spotlight on Ten Gulab Jamuns Kickstarter via www.vimaneaa.com
- Spotlight on Ten Gulab Jamuns via @Bay Area Buzz in a FB post
- Interview with Sunanda via www.
- Thursday roundup pick via www.
- Bay area buzz feature by @bayarea_buzzies on instagram
- Diverse books – Window into a new world via Indianmomsconnect.com