Change is whispering across the sand and threatening Tutu's home. Can Maku help Tutu move on?
The sky can have a variety of colors. Learn what makes the sky change colors and why.
Aqua and Hydra fall down together as rain drops from the sky. What happens when Aqua is evaporated and Hydra is still a drop of water?
There are a lot of discarded plastic bottles in Kongkea's village. How can Kongkea give the old bottles new life so they don't pollute the local pond?
One day Titi decides to go on an adventure in the forest. What will she discover?
Jump and crawl and climb with Satya as he goes along with his mother to the farm where she works. A story about the different and wonderful ways in which we move.
Bangladesh is a delta with rivers crisscrossed across the entirety of the land. The story follows the rivers of Bangladesh, their lifeforms and reminds us of the importance of keeping them clean.
One day a teacher takes students for outdoor activities in a public place. There is a lot of rubbish there. What are they going to do with that rubbish?
Lizard is not happy with his skin; he tries many ways to change it. Can Lizard grow to love his own skin?
The Ant Village was struggling with drought one year, and two little ants took a trip to find a new land for their folks.
This count-down book introduces readers to fascinating celestial objects, to space concepts and to the people involved in the various facets of astronomy. It may just inspire them to take a step towards a career in astronomy. Come, let us go space travelling!
Yamad loves the thin fish crisps his aunt serves him when he visits her in Juata Laut. Can he learn to make them for himself?
There are pictures of hornbills everywhere, but Kuleh has never seen a live one. When Kuleh and Inai go to the forest, Kuleh hopes that he’ll be able to see a real live hornbill.
Beddu stops at his classmate Sanna’s stall to buy palm sugar for his mother, but there isn’t enough. Sanna leads him back to her house for more, but the sugar isn’t ready yet. What will they do while they wait?
Gendis is a student who lives in a mountainous village in East Java, Indonesia. Nowadays, she must climb up a steep hill to do her schoolwork. Why? And why must she wait for her father to come home before she can begin?
Our garden is full of organic fruits and vegetables. Which ones are we growing?
Which animal is fast and which is slow? This book tells young readers which animals are faster than others.
Two children discover a ladybird while walking back from school. What kind of insect is it?
Take a dive with us into the spectacular world of coral reefs, and catch a glimpse of some strange and beautiful sea creatures!