March brings along with it spring, the season of new beginnings. Fresh buds bloom, animals awaken and the earth seems to come to life again.
Begin this month of March with a spring in your step. Take a look at these energising reads that will lift up your spirits and make for a very interesting storytelling session with the kids!
First to the Top
How did Ed, a shy boy from a tiny town in New Zealand, grow up to become the world’s most famous mountaineer and adventurer? How did he climb Everest and do many other astonishing things?
This exceptional picture book, written by internationally acclaimed children’s author David Hill and illustrated by Phoebe Morris, tells the story of Sir Edmund Hillary and his climb to the top of Mount Everest. It’s a story of courage, skill and determination, and an inspiration to anyone who dreams of reaching the top.
The Mystery of the Lost Waterfall (The Green World)
Dewy and her class are going on a picnic to a lovely waterfall. But when they get there, they find that the waterfall has gone missing! Dewy gets the Econuts on the case at once. Can they find out where the waterfall went? Read on to find out.
The Mystery of the Nasty Grey Cloud (The Green World)
Woosh is very, very worried. There’s a nasty grey cloud that is making everyone sick. Where did it come from? More importantly, how can they make it go away? It sounds like a job for the Econuts! Read on to find out how they solve the mystery.
The Mystery of the Weird Noise (The Green World)
Petals keeps hearing a weird growly noise. Where is the noise coming from? What is making it? Petals gets the Econuts together to track down the source of the noise. Read on to find out what they discover!
The Mystery of the Plastic Rings (The Green World)
Pebbles finds some plastic rings buried in his garden. He has no idea what they are or where they’ve come from. When Pebbles and the Econuts get together to figure it out, they stumble on something very scary. What do they discover and what do they do about it? Read on to find out.
The Mystery of the Strange Paw Prints (The Green World)
Waggy is puzzled. He’s noticed some very odd-looking paw prints around town. Whom do they belong to? Waggy and the Econuts decide to investigate. What they discover shocks them! Read on to find out what that is!
The Bournvita Quiz Contest Collector’s Edition: Volume 1
The award-winning Bournvita Quiz Contest started as a radio programme in 1972, then shifted to television in the 1990s. Since 1994, it has been hosted by Asia’s best-known quizmaster, Derek O’Brien, in his inimitable style, and it holds the record for being the longest-running knowledge game show on Indian television. This definitive edition comprises a selection of the best Q & As from this iconic children’s show.
Featuring 1000 questions, carefully curated from the exhaustive twenty-year-old archives, this book is dotted with heartening anecdotes, fun trivia and thoughtful essays by people who worked on this much loved show.