If Roohi's mischievous brother doesn't attend sitar practice, then Baba won't take him to the market. And Roohi won't get the kite that she so badly wants!
Can Roohi keep Baba from losing his temper? Loosely based on the childhood of renowned surbahar player Annapoorna Devi, this is a charming tale about how a young girl discovers the magic in her fingers in more ways than one.
Illustrated by Nayantara Surendranath and Kanimozhi A
6 Years and Above
- Will teach children about the often-overlooked life of Annapoorna Devi. Also contains a note about her in the end.
- Beautifully illustrated in vibrant colours and written in a lyrical style.
- Challenges gender roles and encourages children to pursue their passion.
Nandita da Cunha
COUNTRY OF ORIGIN
Made in India
Karadi Tales is an independent children's publishing house based in Chennai, India focusing primarily on picture books and audiobooks. It was started in 1996 with an intent to create a space for Indian culture in the world of children's publishing, by a group of writers, educators and musicians.