Namita Moolani Mehra’s book, ‘Superfoods for Superheroes’ features ten fun stories about a little boy fostering his relationship with healthy eating.
Sreelatha Menon’s new book ‘Learned Men & Women of Ancient India’ is a Harper Collins Children’s Festival pick.
The Tale of Makkhilal by Katha India is a delightful poem that introduces young readers to one of the most prolific health problems in India.
Roopa Pai has captured the minds of a whole generation of young, impressionable Indian readers with book themes ranging from fantasy fiction to Economics that carry the distinction of distilling a topic clearly minus the dreariness of a classroom.
‘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.
Pandemics such as the one caused by the Corona Virus are hard to explain and even harder to understand for little children. Our adult jargon of lockdowns, quarantines, shelter-in-place makes very little sense to their …
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.
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.
Are we truly human if we look back into our pasts and are not filled with regret? In ‘The remains of the day’ Kazuo Ishiguro explores the interplay of the emotions of regret …
Paint Like Franz Marc has a collection of the famous German Expressionist painter Franz Marc best known for his brightly colored paintings of animals.
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.