Katha Books has always been a forerunner in value-based reading collections that are not overly moralistic, but deeply fun. My Big Book of Kindness continues the trend.
A series of books by Katha aims to address issues of health and hygiene, especially in the rural areas, through imparting education. Known as the (SHE)2 series, the much-needed invaluable resource is sure to find great application!
How can one explain climate change to children? The Earth Carer’s Guide to Climate Change, Edited by Geeta Dharmarajan and published by Katha Books seeks to demystify the concept.
Katha Books brings to the palette of young readers a poignant story, at the heart of which lies the story of Bhil Pithora art
Vibrantly illustrated by tribal artists from across India, “a tree!”, published by Katha Books, is much more than a picture book. It is cry for survival- written in a manner that can be heard by a child.
Paint Like Franz Marc introduces one of the key figures of German Expressionism to children. The beautifully depicted artwork makes his masterpieces accessible to children.
Does your child love animals? Does he or she have a pet? More specifically, a dog? This book is a must-read then!
The idea of home and being displaced from home is something that is difficult to explain to children. Yet, sadly, these displacements are the realities of our times. A series of three books, published by Katha and unified under the theme “Portraits of Exile” brings forth this much needed conversation.
What can a little ant do when every other ant in her colony thinks that ants don’t fly? But, she really wants to soar high! Sera Learns to Fly is a picture book that is a gentle lesson in believing in yourself.