homebound-portraits of exile- Katha India

Katha’s ‘Portraits of Exile’ Series Is A Lovely Portrait Of Lives Away From Home

Katha's 'Portraits of Exile' series has three books with the stories of three separate Tibetan refugees settled in the Bylakuppe region of Karnataka.
Chitra Banerjee Divakaruni " Kidskintha Author Interview

‘The Forest Of Enchantments’ Is A Tale Of Sita’s Depth and Courage: Author Chitra Banerjee Divakaruni

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

A Universal Lens on Menstruation: ‘Menstruation Across Cultures’ by Nithin Sridhar

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

Book Review: The Dog Who Saved The World by Ross Welford

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- Katha Books

Never Stop Believing In Your Dreams: ‘Sera Learns to Fly’ by Katha Books

'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.