With children, even babies taking naturally to it, Tulika is keeping stride with digitisation – but discerningly, leaning towards partners interested in multiple languages.
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BookBox

Founded by the innovator who brought SLS (Same Language Subtitles) onto Doordarshan television, BookBox pioneered the AniBooks concept in 2004. Animated picture books with narration in the background and text appearing on-screen as SLS, facilitate reading and make language learning easy – a perfect fit for Tulika’s multilingual range.

Some of our titles are available as AniBooks on the BookBox channel on YouTube in English (US), English (UK)Hindi, Tamil, Malayalam, Kannada, Marathi, Gujarati and Bengali.

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Juggernaut

Juggernaut created waves as India’s trailblazing mobile-first publishing platform when it launched in 2016, and Tulika was among its first partners for children’s books. The Why-Why Girl and A Silly Story of Bondapalli are already app-ready, with two more in the pipeline and plans for many more. 

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World Reader

A global e-reading literacy initiative, World Reader reaches out to underprivileged children in more than 50 countries, with a carefully curated digital library of books in over 40 languages. A large number of Tulika titles in several languages were taken by World Reader for their mobile based platform, some of which are now available to children in India and across the world.

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Chie Media

An experienced digital services provider, Chie Media will soon be launching a range of Tulika titles in English, Hindi, Tamil, Malayalam, Kannada, Telugu, Marathi, Gujarati and Bengali, in an all-new interactive digital format for mobile viewing. Enhanced by animation, voice-overs and subtitling, the titles are bound to be a hit with new generation readers who prefer to view and swipe instead of read and flip!

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Water Stories from Around the World

This timely collection that retells myths and folktales about water from around the world, was brought out in partnership with Wipro Applying Thought In Schools. It is available as a free e-book, with all its exquisite illustrations, on issuu.com/tulikabooks/docs/water_stories

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Let's catch the rain!

Vinod Lal Heera Eshwar brought his passion for the environment and advertising experience together to adapt his book Let’s Catch the Rain into an enjoyable ‘rain game’ that also drives home a point about saving water. Catch it on catchtherain.org/main.html or as a free app on Google Play and iTunes.