Another great book from Pratham and their Storyweaver platform.
Text from Password Please
One day, Mummy needed to get a new key for her almirah.
Manju went with her to Ranjith’s shop.
Ranjith picked up a flat piece of metal. “What is this?” Manju asked.
<End of Page 2 from password please>
About Pratham, Read India
Pratham Books was set up in 2004, as part of the Read India movement, a nation-wide campaign to promote reading among children. Pratham Books is a not-for-profit organization that publishes quality books for children in multiple Indian languages.
Pratham’s mission is to see “a book in every child’s hand” and democratize the joy of reading.
Pratham’s books are available now in digital form on the Storyweaver platform.
See more STEM books in our Science category or Maths category.
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