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Look at our Recommended Reading Lists in multiple Indian languages and strengthen your library collection.

The Hindi reading list has been carefully put together by reviewing a large number of books across publishers. It covers wordless picture books for early readers, picture books with text and poems. The list contains book titles, information on author, illustrator and publisher and wherever available, price to help organisations and libraries procure books easily.

The Kannada reading list has been carefully put together by reviewing a large number of books across publishers. It covers wordless picture books for early readers, picture books with text and poems. The list contains book titles, information on author, illustrator and publisher and wherever available, price to help organisations and libraries procure books easily.

The Oriya reading list has been carefully put together by reviewing books across publishers. It is not an exhaustive list and is work under progress. As we find more quality books we will update the list. The list contains book titles, information on author, illustrator and publisher and wherever available, price to help organisations and libraries procure books easily.

Supporting Children’s Publishing

A wide variety of books have been published over the last 12 years in multiple Indian languages and across age groups.

Parag Catalogue

The Parag catalogue provides a sneak peak into the books supported since 2005, their central themes and ideas. The books are categorized according to age groups and genres. However, the categorization is suggestive and their most effective usage lies in the hands of readers/story tellers/educators/parents. Books marked for ages 6+ can be read aloud to young children, while Teachers’ Resource books can be read by teens. Books are listed under one category to avoid duplication. This annotated catalogue lists the books published by the Trusts’ partners, under picture books, poems, young readers, activity Books and teachers’ resource books.

Case Studies
Children’s Literature for ALL

Opening up the world of books to children with disabilities is an important pathway to making literature and society more inclusive