A delightful ditty about how Anju, a schoolgirl, tries to find out why her favourite stream is getting dirtier and dirtier. Fly with Anju on the wise Crow's back and see how she makes the villagers and the factory owner clean up the stream... An inspiring tale for young crusaders!
(An inspiring story about wisely using our resources) Little Rano and her friend Gokul spend a quiet, peaceful life at Gandhiji's Sabarmati ashram. They make khadi, feed goats, water gardens, and learn from Bapu how to turn waste into wealth. But one day, a distressed Gandhiji tells them he has misplaced his pencil! And a desperate search begins. Will Rano and Gokul succeed in helping Bapu?
Caring for Nature is a series of four titles, where each book revolves around a historical figure that inspired us to appreciate, nurture, and protect the natural world.
(A lesson from history about trees and plants and their benefits)
Keshav and his sister Parvati work in a herb and spices garden at the Sanchi monastery. One day, while tending to the plants, they meet a mysterious stranger. He says he is a monk keen to learn the benefits of various herbs. But he looks more like a warrior! Will the brother-sister duo be able to unravel the secret of the stranger s identity? Caring for Nature is a series of four titles, where each book revolves around a historical figure that inspired us to appreciate, nurture, and protect the natural world.
Other titles in the series: Bapu and the Missing Blue Pencil
Rao Jodha and the Curse of the Hermit
Tagore and the Song of the Crazy Wind
Written by one of the most prominent authors for children and young readers today, this set of titles deals with historical figures from India who loved nature and consciously worked to preserve the environment. Each story is told in an easy-flowing fiction format, and is complemented by beautiful illustrations.