Wednesday, December 31, 2014

Happy 2015!

Here's to a delightful, story-filled 2015! Happy, happy new year from all of us at Karadi Tales and Karadi Path!

Friday, December 5, 2014

Farmer Falgu Visits Sankara School

Chitra Soundar, the author of the Farmer Falgu series, visited Sankara School, Adyar earlier today, and entertained a large group of noisy kids with her Falgu stories. Here are some pictures from the event.

Sunday, November 30, 2014

Farmer Falgu at Bookaroo

We had a fabulous time at Bookaroo yesterday. We launched Farmer Falgu Goes to the Market in front of a packed audience, sang songs, played the drums and the pungi, and even learnt to make omelettes! Here are some pictures from the event :)

Monday, November 24, 2014

Sing along with Karadi

Our Creative Director, Narayan Parasuram conducted a session based on Karadi Rhymes as part of Kahaani Tree's 'Art in the Park' event on Sunday. Here are a few pictures from the session.

Friday, November 14, 2014

Winner of the Karadi Rhymes Video Contest!

And the winner of the Karadi Rhymes Video Contest is Saara! Congratulations, Saara! She wins a gift hamper containing audiobooks, picturebooks and DVDs from Karadi Tales!

Watch her sing one of our most popular Karadi rhymes here:

Happy Children's Day!

Thursday, November 13, 2014

Celebrate National Adoption Month with Karadi Tales

November is National Adoption Month and this is when you must pick up one of our most loved picturebooks; one that's based on this theme - Whose Lovely Child Can You Be? written by Shobha Viswanath and illustrated by Christine Tappin. We are offering this book at a discount of 20% on our website all through this month. Click on this link to purchase the book :

Friday, November 7, 2014

The Rulebreakers' Club at the Mumbai Lit Fest

Our author, Sowmya Rajendran conducted a fun session based on The Dog Who Wanted More: A Rulebreakers' Club Adventure at the Mumbai Lit Fest last week. Here are some pictures from the event.

Thursday, November 6, 2014

Making of The Feast For The King

We have been working on an exciting project over the past couple of months - a tactile book for our publisher friends from Lemniscaat, Netherlands. Titled 'Feestmaal Voor De Koning' (The Feast for the King), this book tells the story of a chef - a tarantula - who goes around investigating all the animals in the kingdom regarding their king's missing birthday treat. We made tactile books out of this delightful story and sent them to Lemniscaat last week, and this would not have been possible without Rajendran and all these lovely ladies at V and M Prints.

Wednesday, November 5, 2014

Karadi Tales is Hiring!

We have a job opportunity for aspiring graphic designers! 

Job Role: Senior Visualiser
Job Description: Graphic Design and Art Direction
Location: Chennai

Main Responsibilities:
Product Design: Designing book covers, CD labels, DVD in-lay cards, packaging etc.
Marketing Collaterals: Brochures, posters, fliers, sell sheets, catalogues etc.
Logo Design: Designing logos for subsidiaries and imprints as and when necessary
Layouts: Layout and composition of inner pages of picture books and illustrated books for children using typography
Designing for website and web pages
Maintains technical knowledge by attending design workshops, reviewing professional publications, participating in professional societies

Desired Skills:
Knowledge of CorelDraw Suite, Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Indesign, Adobe Illustrator and Flash.

Desired Qualifications:
Postgraduate degree in graphic design, visual communication or fine arts
3 to 5 years of experience in publishing or related field with extensive design portfolio

Desired Qualities:
A strong artistic sensibility, knowledge of design elements and colour composition
Extremely thorough and organised, self-motivated, team player, good communication skills, creativity, flexibility, attention to detail, deadline-oriented
An avid reader of books, a good sense of humour

Interested applicants should send in their covering letters, resumes, and design portfolios to Please ensure that the total attachment is not more than 3 MB in size.