Katha’s ingenious “Gender series” is a series of 5 adorable picture books that emphasize one aspect of gender inequality each.
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.
The Grand Story of Ikli Chokli has a lovable dog as a central character, making it a very relatable story to young readers.
‘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.
Notes for Healthy Kids is a must-have for every parent that fights a daily, frustrating battle around their kids’ mealtimes.
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.
Katha’s Supergirls series is an attempt towards spreading awareness among kids as well as adults towards basic health & hygiene, drinking clean water and maintaining proper sanitation measures.
Navratri is a great time for storytelling as well, with tons of opportunities to go over stories of Gods, Demons, Earth, Heaven, Good, Evil, Normal, Paranormal…
The Dream Writer can be a wonderful medium to encourage kids to start writing and illustrating their dreams and other imaginations.
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.
A Cloud of Trash is a very impactful book about community cleanliness that will stay with children and adults( who need it in equal measure!)
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!