Get one of these illustrated nature books for your kids or gift one to some. You might just have helped fire the brain of a lifelong book-lover!
Vibha Batra’s ‘The Secret Life of Debbie G’ captures both the spirit of adolescence in today’s times of contradictions and the wild edge of a graphic novel.
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.
‘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.
Through the ambitious ‘I Love Reading’ series, Katha has embarked on an ambitious project of bringing reading skills slowly and steadily to the millions of poor children in India through it’s unique ‘Story Pedagogy’ approach.
In “India Through Archeology,” every piece of history gets a lovely context and story that are eye-opening for several adults, leave alone kids.
Katha’s new Earth Carer Series uses two beautiful media- Storytelling and Art to bring home the point of caring for our planet.
Amma, Take Me To Golden Temple is a book introducing children to one of the world’s youngest religions, Sikhism, taking them through its origin and growth.