What happens when a beautiful Champaka tree, filled with life, is replaced with an equally exquisite glass tree? The Glass Tree by M Mukundan leaves the young reader with some food for thought.
The Tale of Makkhilal merges a profound social message with a beautiful reading experience thanks to the simple language and delightful illustrations for the 3-6-year-old age group.
Kindle Unlimited has been a go-to platform in lockdown times. Here are some picture books for children from Katha Publishers that you must read…time for Katha unlimited?
Katha brings a little travelogue of sorts for children, opening up their eyes to the beauty of Ladakh. Here’s presenting Ladakh for children….
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.
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.
Does your child love animals? Does he or she have a pet? More specifically, a dog? This book is a must-read then!
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.