With vibrant illustrations, simple yet powerful plot arcs, and varied themes, the Karadi Tales package for children aged 6 and below offers a wide-ranging set of topics, art styles, and genres that are aimed at the youngest of readers.
The Karadi Tales master list is a comprehensive library of books for children of all ages. This complete catalogue contains titles in every genre – mythology, humour, adaptations of folktales, animals and environment, slice-of-life stories in contemporary settings, and more.
Since its inception in 1996, Karadi Tales has grown to become one of India’s leading children’s publishers. The Karadi Tales catalogue consists of nearly 150 high-quality books including picture books, audiobooks and tactile books. With important themes such as gender equality, environment conservation, bullying prevention, kindness, adoption, and disability, apart from general interest stories featuring humour, verse, and retellings of folktales, these stories don’t just entertain and enlighten – they stay with the child forever.
Over the past two decades, Karadi Tales has racked up countless national and international awards and accolades, such as The Hindu Young World Good Books Awards, the Jarul Book Award, the Dr Toy Award, the NAPPA Award, the South Asia Book Award, the USBBY award, and the Comic Con (India) Award. Karadi Tales has also featured on prestigious lists such as the New York Public Library’s Best Children’s Books list, the White Ravens Catalogue, the Amelia Bloomer list, the International Board on Books for Young People, and the Dolly Parton Imagination Library program.
Through the Dreaming Fingers imprint, Karadi Tales was the first publisher to bring the beloved Eric Carle book ‘The Very Hungry Caterpillar’ to India – this tactile book with die-cut pages, specially prepared materials and braille letters is also suitable for visually impaired children. Karadi Tales audiobooks are widely known for their professionally performed music, and narration by eminent personalities such as Naseeruddin Shah, Girish Karnad, Rahul Dravid, Soha Ali Khan, Javed Jaafrey, Saeed Jaafrey, R Madhavan, and Vidya Balan. The hand-drawn illustrations in Karadi Tales books feature stunning and varied artistic styles such as Gond, Warli, watercolours, collages, acrylic, Madhubani, and more. With painstaking detail paid to production quality, every Karadi Tales title is as much a children’s book as it is a work of art.
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