Aided by the brilliant illustrations by Quinton Winter that brighten up the stories and eases up the reading, ‘Stories For Boys That Dare To Be Different’ tackles gender-stereotypes in the gentlest of ways, by simply telling the stories of 100 men as they are.
Stories for South Asian Supergirls is an anthology of superwomen that creates a domino effect for inspiration,energy and vitality.
Magical Women is an anthology by 14 women featuring an exotic and versatile range of the feminine: Humans, Yakshis, Rakshasis, Goddesses that are magical.
Menstruation across cultures serves the range from being a great conversation starter to being a springboard for deeper conversations with their children, helping them place this bodily phenomenon in a more universal context.
‘Sera Learns To Fly’ by Katha Books carries a deep and day I say, an often suppressed message. Dreams are not meant to be forgotten, they are meant to be lived.
Told through the life and happenings of a quick-witted, curious, 8-year-old Mira, this book could be a great beginning for young readers to prying the minds of the Holmes, Christies and the Finns in the years to come.