Sometimes life takes us on a long and arduous journey but ultimately it is ourselves we meet at the end of every journey. This is the simple truth that author Anmol Arora explores in The Last Dance.
A self-help book directly addressing concerns of teenagers.
Do you wonder where your time disappears as you struggle to balance different elements of your life? The Productivity Revolution is a crisp and impactful book to guide you through these rough waters.
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.
Have you ever believed that life would be easier if only you knew the future? My Friend Genie dips into the realm of magical realism to seek an answer.
The gap between education and real-life is often wide. However, as a woman reporting conflict on the ground, the craft of survival is a different story. How can one ever prepare for this
Making it Big is a memoir that tells the inspiring success story of Binod Chaudhary, one of Asia’s most prominent businessmen and the President of the Chaudhary Group.
Paper Lions by Sohan S. Koonar is a soul-searching experience of what happens when emotions clash with fate. It sets apart the valiant from the paper
Mithilesh Kumar dips into our rich mythological heritage to flesh out stories of Krishna, the master strategist who handled the greatest war with panache!
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.