Designed carefully for young minds, Warrior Women is a keepsake that can be read and relished many times over. It’s like taking a history class that does not have you dozing off, for once.
The Grand Story of Ikli Chokli has a lovable dog as a central character, making it a very relatable story to young readers.
‘All of Me’ by Venita Coelho is mysterious and funny with characters that hold their own throughout the narrative.
Gijubhai Badheka introduced and incorporated teaching tools that we need today- over a hundred years ago from a small town in India.
Magical Women is an anthology by 14 women featuring an exotic and versatile range of the feminine: Humans, Yakshis, Rakshasis, Goddesses that are magical.
The ONE Thing Every Mom Needs To Know is synthesized, distilled wisdom from 30 experts across the globe.
Katha’s ‘Portraits of Exile’ series has three books with the stories of three separate Tibetan refugees settled in the Bylakuppe region of Karnataka.
The Forest of Enchantments reinterprets character to focus on how the women respond and show their autonomy within the limits of what the situation allows.
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!
‘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.