The beautiful Gulmohar tree becomes a pathway of introducing a child to the wonders of nature. My Gulmohar Tree by Ekta Ohri outlines this fascinating journey.
For want of a cleaner and greener environment for our present and future generations, our habits and practices need to change. City of Stars by Ekta Ohri shows how small changes matter.
A mesmerizing Chinese koi fish inspires a timeless tale for children….a tale where dreams matter and where they do come true!
Why Always? An arty book by Katha dips into the realms of art, poetry and nature. Exquisite illustrations meet wonderful poetry...
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.
Festivals of India by Sonia Mehta (Puffin books) brings to life the vast treasure trove of Indian celebrations and festivities.
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!
Karadi Tales brings forth a beautifully illustrated and translated Chinese folktale to India. Daisy Dolls, written by Cao Wenxuan and illustrated by Zhao Lei tells the tale of Hua, a doll maker who lives in a charming little town in China.