This true story combines adventure, wilderness survival, military strategy and the science of the atomic bomb. Nine Norwegian commandos experience life-threatening problems as they attempt a high-risk mission to destroy Norwegian heavy water, a vital component that the Germans need to construct an atomic bomb. The book takes the reader through nail-biting moments of surviving in the remote, frozen mountains of Norway and destroying targets while minimising civilian casualties. Published by Scholastic Books and available on Amazon.in
The Louis François Centre for UNESCO is conducting an annual art contest for children and adults, between the age of 3 and 25.
Theme: Traces and Writings in History
Last Date: January 25, 2019
For further details, log on to www.bit.ly/TheLouisFrançoisCentreInternationalArtsCompetition2019
This book highlights the boredom busting power of observing nature. When the protagonist’s video game falls in a stream, she is forced to pay attention to the outside world.
Alemagna’s earthy illustrations evoke a woodland full of magic and life, making readers a part of the story. Published by Harper Collins Books and available on Amazon.in
Attend the WindMill festival to take part in a wide range of activities and workshops.
Date: November 17 & 18
Age: 3 to 14 years
Pure Grit: How American World War II Nurses Survived Battle And Prison Camp In The Pacific by Mary Cronk Farrell (Age: 12+ years)
Living Bridge is conducting a photography workshop where you will learn all the basic camera functions and different styles of photography like wildlife, travel and still life photography.
Date: November 2 to 5
Age: 9 to 14 years