VARSHA’S VARANASI IN
THE WHITE RAVENS 2019 CATALOGUE
We’re thrilled to announce that our first City Series book – Varsha’s Varanasi by Chitra Soundar, with photographs and design by Soumitra Ranade – has been chosen for the White Ravens 2019 catalogue!
The White Ravens catalogue is an annual catalogue of book recommendations in the field of international children’s and youth literature.
WRITING WORKSHOP IN BANGALORE
Karadi Tales in collaboration with Toto Funds the Arts held a two day workshop in Bangalore this month! Following two days of rigorous workshopping to help develop their ideas into manuscripts, individual feedback was given to everyone. All in all, a very productive weekend!
STORY TIME AT WORDS AND PICTURES FESTIVAL, VANCOUVER
Our wonderful author Sheela Preuitt at the Words and Pictures Festival where she conducted a storytelling of a book she co-authored Thukpa For All!
OUR UPCOMING TITLES!
Beautiful city-scapes, precocious pets, a thirst for all things zodiac or just plain hunger – no matter what you’re feeling, we’ve got you covered!
Here’s a little glimpse of our upcoming books:
The Mountains of Mumbai by Labanya Ghosh and Pallavi Jain
Doma has come all the way from Ladakh to visit her friend Veda in Mumbai.While Doma loves the sights and sounds of the big city, she longs for the mountains of Ladakh. Imagine her surprise when Veda reveals that there are mountains in Mumbai too!
Author Labanya Ghosh takes you on an unforgettable tour of Mumbai,and illustrator Pallavi Jain’s watercolours bring alive this beloved, bustling coastal city.
What Did the Monster Child Eat Today? by Sampurna Chattarji and Vibha Surya
“My breakfast was revolting –
it was simply divine.
My lunch was repulsive,
I liked it just fine.
My dinner was ghastly
– it was pure gourmet.
You’ll never believe
the things I ate today!”
Sampurna Chattarji’s clever use of hyperbole and Vibha Surya’s quirky illustrations bring a child’s monstrous imagination to life, and will leave you shuddering and chuckling.
The Art of Tying a Pug by Natasha Sharma and Priya Kuriyan
This book is exactly about the thing it says on the cover.
If you have ever tried to tie a pug, or thought of tying a pug, or wondered if a pug even needs to be tied, this book is for you.
If you have not, this book is still for you, because Natasha Sharma’s hilarious instructions and Priya Kuriyan’s mad illustrations will have you raring to learn the art of tying a pug!
Star Struck by Lavanya Karthik, Abhilasha Dewan and Pooja Dhingra
Are you a true blue lion who loves being in charge? A dreamy-eyed fish who lives in an alternate universe? Or a strong-willed bull who’s tardy, but determined? Go on this zodiac adventure to discover what the stars say about your personality traits.
Lavanya Karthik takes readers on a delightful journey through the twelve signs in this book written in verse.With sparkling illustrations by Abhilasha Dewan and Lavanya Karthik, this book celebrates the glorious galaxy of human nature.
THUKPA FOR ALL
REVIEWED BY THE SCHOOL LIBRARY JOURNAL!
VERDICT – “An appealing introduction to a part of the world that’s underrepresented in picture books.”
Click here to read the full review!
WE INVITE YOU TO :
We’re having a spooky storytelling session with storyteller Sudha Rajesh. Join us if you want to hear two spooky stories – The Night Monster and A Tangle of Brungles.
Hope to see you there! Even better if you’re dressed in a Halloween costume!
Our session begins at 11am.
For more details, click here.
ELTAI – GOLDEN JUBILEE CONFERENCE
The English Language Teachers Association of India’s Golden Jubilee conference was held from Oct 9th to 12th at Amity University, Noida. Mr. C. P. Viswanath, Social Innovator and Co-founder of Karadi Path, presented a mesmerizing talk on ‘Deep Comprehension for Deep Learning’.
MoU SIGNED WITH DIRECTORATE OF EDUCATION, GOVERNMENT OF GOA
Upon the invitation of the Directorate of Education, Goa, Karadi Path piloted its Magic English-SLL programme in 20 government primary schools in the state. Witnessing the success of the program, the SCERT expanded the project to 100 schools in 6 Talukas in Goa in the academic year 2013 -14. In the current academic year, the Government is expanding the programme to 100 new schools. Approximately 8000 students and more than 500 teachers are expected to benefit from the programme. The training workshop for government teachers from implementation schools will be conducted in five clusters, on 30.10.2019, 31.10.2019, 01.11.2019, 02.11.2019 and 05.11.2019.
REIMAGINING THE ENGLISH CLASSROOM – WORKSHOP
How does English proficiency impact all learning?
How do we reinvent our English classrooms as innovation labs?
What is the role of school heads in this transformation?
Enter the ‘Reimagining the English Classroom’ workshop, meant for school principals and members of school management. It was conducted by Ms. Preetika Venkatakrishnan, Vice President -Training & Product Development at Karadi Path, on 16th October at Four Points by Sheraton, Navi Mumbai.
To know whether this workshop is possible in your city, write to us at firstname.lastname@example.org
OFFICE RETREAT: LEAP 2.0.
It was a fantastic sales and training meet-up for the Karadi Company held on 1st, 2nd and 3rd of Oct 2019 at Esthell – The Village Resort, Thirukazhukundram, a beautiful place 70 kms from Chennai. The sales and training teams from different parts of the country came together for LEAP (Learn, Evaluate, Analyse, Perform) 2.0 for three days of learning and fun!