From Blogosphere

A lovely article on our audiobooks from ‘Buzzing!’ writes: Many stories involve animals and carry a strong moral that a toddler can understand. A very cool element of Karadi Tales is that most of them come with an audio CD where the story is narrated in a very engaging manner. The voice of Karadi is…

Picture Books and Early Learning

Notes from Singapore Part 4: Our editor, Manasi Subramaniam, promises that this will be the last of her reminiscences on the Asian Festival of Children’s Content (AFCC) 2011 held in Singapore last month.  I really wanted to share this with the children’s publishers, educators and young parents out there. One of the sessions I attended…

Potato Chips and Arsenic

Notes from Singapore Part 2: On returning from the Asian Festival of Children’s Content (AFCC) in Singapore from 26 to 28 May, our editor, Manasi Subramaniam, writes about her revelations and hopes for children’s publishing in Asia: Fresh from the AFCC, all I can think about is how wonderful it is to be a creator of children’s content.…

Connecting with Connected Kids

Notes from Singapore Part 1: After a rewarding three days at the Asian Festival of Children’s Content (AFCC) in Singapore from 26 to 28 May, our television producer, Shubhadeep Bhattacharya, talks about his experiences, his learnings and his thoughts on the future of digital content production in India: The leitmotif for this year’s AFCC was…

Have You Heard This?

In this Open magazine article about audiobooks in India, Karadi Tales CEO C.P. Viswanath explains the popularity of children’s audiobooks. Excerpt from the article: CP Vishwanath, director of Karadi Tales, which through its imprint of Charkha Audiobooks has more than 50 titles in its catalogue, has an explanation for the popularity of children’s audio books.…

Singapore Calling

From 26 to 28 May 2011, Karadi Tales will be present at the Asian Festival of Children’s Content 2011 in Singapore. If you’re around, you should drop by and see us! The festival takes place at The Arts House on Old Parliament Lane and it promises to be lots of fun. Won’t you come and see…