We’re back in school, and this month, we’ve got titles that will make learning fun for your child! With books on the women scientists in India, the heroes of the Uprising of 1857 and on science, it’s time to make boring subjects fun!
Take a look at these new books that will be coming soon!
31 Fantastic Adventures in Science: Women Scientists in India
We don’t see them on TV, in textbooks or in newspapers, and most of us can’t name a single one. But there are thousands of women scientists in India, who perform experiments in laboratories, peer through powerful telescopes and camp out in harsh and extreme conditions.
Find out what drew them to science, read about how they deal with the difficulties and pressures of their work, and learn how they push the boundaries of human knowledge further and further every day.
Rattu and Poorie’s Adventures in History
Rattu is in a bad, mad mood. Her bossy older sister, Poorie, has taken her toys and gone off to play without her. She wishes she had a soldier to protect her and take her side. No sooner does she make the wish than the ground begins to shake-and suddenly, there’s not one, but two soldiers in the room!
So begin Rattu and Poorie’s grand adventures in the Uprising of 1857, and their encounters with its heroes: from Rani Lakshmi bai of Jhansi and Nana Sahib of Kanpur to the last Mughal Emperor, Bahadur Shah Zafar.
Skill Builder Series
The Skill Builder series aims to foster in children the numerical, logical, thinking and language skills that are essential for success in the twenty-first century. The books are broadly aligned to school curricula and are available at four different levels of complexity, so you can choose the one that best suits your child’s learning stage.
The Skill Builder: Science books are aimed at helping learners to become proficient in science. Through fun activities and challenging scenarios, learners will acquire investigative, research, observation, experimentation and analytical skills and learn to apply them to wide range of everyday contexts.