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Who Just Went By – Animal Tracks introduces young readers to the concept of animal footprints in an exciting way, each page having a set of footprints to guess who just went by. Author: Radha Rangarajan, Illustrator: Kalp Sanghvi Sample Pages from Who Just Went By – Animal Tracks <End of Sample pages> Read the …

 
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A Butterfly Smile – A Colourful Butterfly Biology Picturebook for young zoologist. This story is about the life cycle of butterflies. starting butterflies laying their eggs turning into cocoons and emerging into colourful butterflies. Author: Mathangi Subramanian Illustrator: Lavanya Naidu Follow along the story where Kavya a shy girl who just moved to Bengaluru to …

 
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Avani and the Pea Plant, Early Biology

Avani and her Amma are making food, a pea escapes their notice and rolls out the door, the story unfolds as the pea finds a way to grow into a pea plant. Try planting a seed for yourself in the activity at the end of the book. Author: Shruthi Rao, Illustrator: Debasmita Dasgupta     …

 
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Creatures of Old is a non-fiction story about dinosaurs with interesting facts for mid to upper elementary. Explaining the study of paleontology and basic dinosaur facts this is a fun book for science and reading in elementary lessons. Sample Text from Creatures of Old – All about dinosaurs The sun had just set, and the …

 
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The Time-Traveling River tells a tale of rivers and how important they are in history and for our future, and how we need to protect them. An important look at environmentalism from a river’s perspective. Written by Parinita Shetty, Illustrated by Sunaina Coelho Sample Text from The Time-Travelling River Rivers are like time machines. If people jump …

 
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In Why Does A Poori Puff Up we have a fascinating science and baking lesson combined, all in one wonderful book. This is a level 3 book, aimed for children who are learning to read on their own. Brought to us by Pratham’s Storyweaver. Author: Varsha Joshi Illustrator: Sonal Gupta Sample Text from Why Does …

 
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Into the Crater of Doom introduces kids to the asteroid impact 66 million years ago that caused dinosaurs and many other species to go extinct. Readers will also learn about the scientific research expedition to the impact crater that helped us learn more about the mass extinction.  The book features a part for younger children …

 
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Icky Carona

In How to Defeat the Icky, Filthy, Creepy, Slimy, Corona Monster!, Dr Robert DeFinis explains in a user-friendly way simple tips to combat Corona, so as for children to make more sense of the current Pandemic. This beautifully illustrated book is told in rhyme consisting of two short rhymes per page. By: Robert F DeFinis   …

 
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african animal alphabet colouring

This awesome African animal alphabet colouring book contains all the animals of the alphabet from Aardvark to Zebra, many common animals and some not so common. Have fun learning the animal names and practicing writing the names in the space provided. About the Author – Shirly Erwee. Shirly is a stay-at-home-mom and lives in the …

 
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