"Shobha Viswanath of Karadi Tales allayed fears that story-telling or reading was a dying activity, and proved it by having the grown up audience all ears with a story of a tatha, paati and a tiger. The business of children’s literature was difficult, she admitted, but one that had great potential. Only, it was time Indian illustrators and writers stepped out of their comfort zone and took a more contemporary view of the kids’ world, she said." - The Hindu
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