20.2.20

Things to Do With Your Kids This Week (February 20 to February 27, 2020)

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Boys Will Be Boys: Inspiring Stories for Smart Kids Edited by Aparna Jain (Age: 10+ years)
'Boys Will Be Boys: Inspiring Stories for Smart Kids' includes stories of 45 men who dared to live their life differently; and on their own terms. It includes the life stories of a designer who introduced Indian fashion to Paris, a doctor who believed he could revive rivers and a sailor who sailed around the world. It also includes stories of scientists, entrepreneurs, journalists, artists and a lot more. Read the book to get inspired. Published by Westland Books and available on Amazon.in

17.2.20

ISRO Young Scientist Programme (YUVIKA)

ISRO Young Scientist Programme (YUVIKA)
Indian Space Research Organisation has launched a programme for school children called Young Scientist Programme or Yuva Vigyani Karyakram in association with the Indian government’s vision, ‘Jai Vigyan, Jai Anusadhan’. The programme, which will last for two weeks, will educate students about space technology and science. Experts from different space domains will be invited for talks, practicals, laboratory visits and feedback sessions.

15.2.20

Parenteen: How to Nurture Your Adolescents Times by Prakriti Prasad

Parenteen: How to Nurture Your Adolescents Times by Prakriti Prasad
Raising children is challenging especially when they are in their teens. This book is focused on making that challenge survivable. It decodes behaviour, insecurities and thoughts of a teenager.

'Parenteen: How to Nurture Your Adolescents in Modern Times' covers a number of topics that will not only help parents understand their children better, but also teach them how to be their child’s best friend for life. Published by Rupa Publications and available on Amazon.in

13.2.20

Things to Do With Your Kids This Week (February 13 to February 19, 2020)

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The Gopi Diaries: Coming Home by Sudha Murty (Age: 5+ years)
The Gopi Diaries is a three book series for children. In the first book, 'Coming Home', a young puppy named Gopi tells the story of how he settles into his new home with his loving human family.

He also shares his journey from his days as a pup to a fully-grown dog, who understands the world and people around him. Read the book to see the world from a dog’s point of view. Published by HarperCollins and available Amazon.in

10.2.20

Glocal Teen Hero India 2020

Glocal Teen Hero India 2020
Glocal Teen Hero India is a platform that allows teenagers to present their creative ideas and innovations. The objective of this programme is to help teenagers move out of their comfort zone and enhance their personality by networking and collaborating with leading experts from different industries.
Eligibility: 13 to 19 years
Documents Required: Birth certificate or any identity proof, CV, passport size photos and supporting documents like reference letters
Last Date to Apply: March 31, 2020
For more details, log on to www.bit.ly/GlocalTeenHero

8.2.20

Being Gandhi by Paro Anand (Age: 12+ years)

Being Gandhi by Paro Anand (Age: 12+ years)
Unlike other books on Mahatma Gandhi, ‘Being Gandhi’ does not focus on Gandhi's life and political work.

Instead, it is a story of a teenage boy named Chandrashekhar, who explores Gandhi's philosophy and analyses if it is relevant in today’s world, which is full of hatred and violence.

Read the book and challenge yourself to live the Gandhian way. Published by HarperCollins Children's Books and available on Amazon.in

Festival Stories:Through the Year by Rachna Chhabria (Age: 10+ years)

Festival Stories:Through the Year by Rachna Chhabria (Age: 10+ years)
India is known for its diversity in festivals; Indians start celebrating Lohri in January and end with Christmas in December. 'Festival Stories: Through the Year' presents the rich culture of India through stories and a journal written by two children, Natasha and Nikhil.

The duo come across people from different sects and religions, who help them experience various festivals in traditional ways. Read the book to know more about Indian festivals. Published by HarperCollins Children’s Books and available on Amazon.in