‘Trevor Noah: Born a Crime’ – the memoir has recently seen an adaptation meant for young kids to accommodate easy reading for young middle-grade readers.
Katha’s ingenious “Gender series” is a series of 5 adorable picture books that emphasize one aspect of gender inequality each.
‘Women Path-Breakers: Stories of Success & Strenght’ is a curated selection of the life and times of 7 iconic women from India, who lived ordinary lives until they just decided to be extraordinary, beginning with stories of women from the early 19th century.
‘All of Me’ by Venita Coelho is mysterious and funny with characters that hold their own throughout the narrative.
The ONE Thing Every Mom Needs To Know is synthesized, distilled wisdom from 30 experts across the globe.
The Forest of Enchantments reinterprets character to focus on how the women respond and show their autonomy within the limits of what the situation allows.
The Dog Who Saved The World is a mix of miracles, magic, adventure, science fiction, friendship, hope, stupidity, disappointment – all in one rollercoaster ride!
Teaching Tales Learning Trails illuminates the complex world of pedagogy, putting the meta-analysis of several studies on learning into everyday teaching.
A chair for my mother is a meaningful short story with useful ideas to teach children about saving money, sharing and living together in harmony.
From picnics in the sunshine to daring outdoor adventures, Enid Blyton brings the excitement and magic of summertime in her unique style. Written in simple language and easy flow, Enid Blyton’s Summertime Stories is great for emerging readers- perfect for classroom reading or bedtime read-aloud stories alike!
While schools and academics focus on “skill-acquisition for the future”, about two-thirds of the kids today will end up in jobs that don’t even exist today. “You Are Awesome” addresses some of the quandaries of the adolescent mind directly and empathically.
Neel on Wheels is a great medium to teach children about interactions with differently-abled people and bring out the difference between sympathy and empathy.