NEW DELHI – Because India’s population is so diverse, there are many possibilities to celebrate different festivals. For kids, the festive holidays and all the excitement come with the festive mood, with events like hopping and food festivals. For seniors, however, it’s all about decorating the home and entertaining. So how do you keep kids busy with entertainment and all that travel? Younger children can use this time to develop the habit of reading books that not only provide them with knowledge but are also enjoyable to read.
We have listed 5 books for your Diwali holiday
Land beyond the Moon in Merlinwand
Written by Parvathy Raveendran and illustrated by Rajyasree Sarkar, The Land Beyond The Moon is a new book by Merlinwand that deals with pet loss. The story is about battling super villains while traveling through asteroids and the moon to resurrect pets. In addition to choosing and naming a central character, readers can choose one of three worlds they want to explore – the Zee Forest on Peggy’s Pegasus, the Zee Kingdom on the friendly rug Rasul, or the futuristic Zee Planet spaceship Druid. The Land Beyond The Moon is the perfect book to teach kids about the importance of relationships, especially between humans and pets.
Our Toxic World: A Guide to Hazardous Substances in Everyday Life SAGE Publications
Our Toxic World takes a closer look at these hidden dangers and what we can do to make our own lives and the world around us cleaner and safer. The Sachdeva family is like many others. A father who works in government; his wife is a housewife; a son starts a career; and a daughter who is in high school. Like most other households in big cities, Sachdevas is surrounded by a mixture of toxic substances in their daily life. From food toxins, waste, automotive and industrial pollutants, green laws to chemicals, every possible hazardous substance in building construction is in it. This book describes the effects of harmful chemicals and highlights alternative ways to reduce their presence. This is a graphic novel by Aniruddha Sen Gupta and Priya Kuriyan, the keeper of all green bookshelves.
“My Big Book” by Katha
My Big Books are a series of “Big Books” that are not very long, but have mistakes in ideas and inspiration. This includes My Big Book of the Earth and My Big Book of Global Warming, edited by Geeta Dharmarajan. This series is a collection of poetry, stories, stunning illustrations and sketches about the globe. My Big Book of Earth explores the important and current topic of environmental protection and conservation in a loving ode to our planet. My Big Book on Global Warming is a book that explores how global warming affects people and shows young readers many simple ways to help make a difference. It’s also a mix of fiction and non-fiction, with tricks and trivia.
PS Pratham Books what’s up with the climate
PS What’s Up With the Climate Written by award-winning author Vachharajani and illustrated by Archana Sreenivasan, this book explores the topic of climate change and tackles complex issues in a humorous but thought-provoking way. This nonfiction work is incredibly researched and has a supernatural understanding of how things develop. It’s set in a world where the lives of all animals become chaotic because it’s suddenly too hot, too cold, no rain or too much rain. This book not only educates children about environmental issues, but forces them to be interested in the environment and question themselves. It’s safe to say that this book actually helps kids take their first steps toward protecting their home environment!
Ira The Little Dolphin and Lai-Lai the Baby Elephant from Tulika Publishers
Shekar Dattatri, a well-known wildlife and conservation filmmaker, is the author of these wonderful books. Lai-Lai the Baby Elephant is bilingual and introduces young readers to a playful baby elephant interested in its surroundings. Make sure that elephants like Lai Lai have a good life in front of them. In the second book, Ella the Little Dolphin, a contented little dolphin is encountered doing a backflip on Lake Chilica. She was unaware of the dangers to the Irrawaddy dolphins. The photos in the book are more interesting to young readers aged 3 to 6 years. Both books emphasize the need to protect forests and jungles. (Ians)