An open invitation to Christmas is the decorated shimmering evergreen Conifer tree. A simple round up of what you need to decorate the tree ….filled with Christmas reads!
Features and reviews of books that have special interest for children. The age groups between 0-12 have a wealth of books dedicated to them. We sieve through these and bring forth our curated picks. We also discuss relevant aspects and issues related to the realm of children’s literature.
Why Always? An arty book by Katha dips into the realms of art, poetry and nature. Exquisite illustrations meet wonderful poetry...
Make a ritual out of narrating the tale of Christmas every year....and watch the warmth of the season enter your lives!
Do you need to read the Bhagavad Gita to children for them to understand it? While this could be done with older kids, a new book brings Gita for children in form of stories they can relate to.
Sayed Haider Raza- An autobiography published by Katha Books brings a much-loved painter back to life. The book opens up the world of Raza for children.
Katha digs out two special stories from the wild in two picture books designed to enthrall and educate young minds.
Festivals of India by Sonia Mehta (Puffin books) brings to life the vast treasure trove of Indian celebrations and festivities.
Flying High is the inspiring story of Sunita Williams, especially written for very young children.
My Big book of Earth and My Big Book of Global Warming edited by Geeta Dharmarajan focus on the urgent necessity of teaching children to care about our planet.
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.