Saturday, December 29, 2012

Christmas at the Office!

Christmas at the Office for the stronghold of women of Karadi Tales and Karadi Path!

Thursday, December 27, 2012

Karadi Tales on Saffron Tree

Our 2 new picture books reviewed on Saffron Tree!

About The Bookworm: "This is a must read for every child - bullied or otherwise- to sensitise them and equip them to face such realities in a mature manner."

About The Story and the Song: "The story highlights the need for oral communication and sharing, in a subtle manner. Very relevant in today's world!"

Read the entire review here!

You can pick up these books on our website!

Thursday, December 20, 2012

Storytelling Clip!

On 15 December 2012, Karadi Tales launched 2 beautiful new picture books for children. Here's a clip from the storytelling session at the book launch!

Monday, December 17, 2012

Four Reviews in Outside In Inside Out

Outside In Inside Out is a wonderful database of picture books from around the world, and they've featured several Karadi Tales titles. The latest additions to their featured list are The Moustache Man, Dancing Bear, Whose Lovely Child Can You Be? and Dorje's Stripes. Do read these fantastic reviews of the 4 books! 

Thursday, December 13, 2012

Karadi Apps

In the New Indian Express, a write-up on our apps says:

For Karadi Tales enthusiasts , there is something new to look forward to. This series of popular audio books for children recently announced its foray into the digital book space with the launch of four titles — Krishna’s Conquests, Birth of Krishna, Young Hanuman and Hanuman the Mighty — from its “Mythology” series. A total of four apps, one for each of the tales, can be accessed on the iPad. Narrated by Jnanpith award-winning playwright Girish Karnad, these apps have gripping music by the band 3 Brothers & a Violin. Apart from the colourful illustrations, these apps also offer the option of recording one’s voice to go along with the story, and hearing it played back. Moreover, the apps have several engaging activities such as paint, jigsaw puzzles and quizzes.

Monday, December 10, 2012

Two New Picture Books from Karadi Tales!

Stories and Songs, Bookworms and Teachers!

Sesha’s nose is always inside a book!

Parvathy has a story and a song stuck inside her!

Are you ready to enter a whole new world? Join Sesha the bookworm and Parvathy the schoolteacher in their magical adventures! These 2 new picture books from Karadi Tales are brilliantly written, vibrantly illustrated, and full of charm!

Friday, December 7, 2012

The Story and the Song

What happens to stories that don't get told? What happens to songs that don't get sung? Are they forgotten or do they emerge some day? Parvathi knows a story and a song, but she keeps them to herself. The story and the song, however, are determined to escape!

This Tamil folktale adapted for children by Manasi Subramaniam is illustrated by Ayswarya Sankaranarayanan.

Here's a trailer for the book!

Published by Karadi Tales
Music by 3 Brothers & A Violin

Thursday, December 6, 2012

The Bookworm

Sesha is a silent boy who reads all the time... and he has a little brown book that no one has ever seen the inside of. One day, Sesha speaks, and no one understands why he speaks differently. But when they see his brown book and the magic he can create, Sesha becomes a whole new person.

Learn a little more about the silence of Sesha and his little brown book in this empathetic story by Lavanya R. N. illustrated with collages and watercolours by Shilo Shiv Suleman.

Here's a trailer for the book!

Published by Karadi Tales
Music by 3 Brothers & A Violin

Wednesday, December 5, 2012

Monday, December 3, 2012

App Demo!

Are you wondering what a Karadi Tales app looks like? Well, here's a short demo of one of our apps!

You can see all our apps here!