Monday, March 8, 2010

March Blog-Rolling - Part 2

In a really beautiful blog post, Monika Manchanda blogs about her experiences with Karadi Rhymes. She loves the 'Indian-ness' of these rhymes and admits that she enjoys them as much as her child does. Check out the comments on the post as well for some great thoughts on books and rhymes for Indian kids.

And if you don't have your copy of Karadi Rhymes yet, get them from our online store! They are available as audiobooks and DVDs!

At Jabberwock, Jai Arjun Singh blogs about the 'Will You Read With Me?' series. Describing the books as 'beautifully produced', he goes on to add: 'If these don’t get your indolent, brain-dead, junk-food-and-video-game-addicted monster child interested in stories and storytelling, nothing will. Nothing!' Thanks, Jai!

Books from this series are available here.

Times of India reviews Karadi Tales picture books. Anusha Vincent writes, 'Simplistically told and enhanced wonderfully by the artwork, these superbly-packaged books are sure to get young readers engrossed.'

Also take a look at these beautiful books on our website.

And guess what! Eric Carle's The Very Hungry Caterpillar was recently voted the best bedtime story ever written! Read a piece on this in The Telegraph here. It's one of our all-time favourite picture books as well. Do read our take on Eric Carle here!

Chitra Bilingual publishes four Eric Carle books in English / Hindi. Take a look at the series!

We also publish The Very Hungry Caterpillar as a tactile picture book - a book to touch and feel. Look at the tactile series here.