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.
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.
BusyWings reinforces the tradition of orally passing on Carnatic Music from the Guru to the Shishya through a music-themed quiet book.
Anthill Creations is revitalizing living spaces by building back play through functional, low-cost, quick playscapes for kids.
One of the best self-defense tips for women is to remember that predators aren’t exactly targeting you, they are looking for the easiest targets.
‘Keep Calm And Mommy On’ is a book of highly relevant personal essays that could set parents thinking about important things while raising kids even if they do not agree with the author’s perspectives.
Punyakoti, India’s first Sanskrit movie will help keep the Sanskrit language alive and bring it to the generations ahead of us.
Each theme in Katha’s Thinkbook series is introduced to the reader through an anthology of various formats in story pedagogy.
Childhood sexuality is an important part of child development, intertwined with self-help skills, socialisation, self-awareness, body image and self-esteem.
The Hill School Girls series is a great way to not just know the workings of the adolescent mind, but also a lovely way to relive your own adolescence- rebellion and all!
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.