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Surviving Disasters: Pari's Mission Impossible (A Quest for a Safer World)

  • Author(s): Suroopa Mukherjee
  • Size: 120 mm x 180 mm
  • Pages: 68
  • Binding: Paperback
  • Language: English
  • ISBN: 9788179935156
  • Cover Price:

    Rs.150.00 / US $11.00

  • Special Price: Rs. 135.00 / US $10.00

Book Details

Pari wants to come out of the “Ugly Duckling Syndrome”. So she spends an entire summer trying to lose weight and forgets about her holiday project on the topic “How to make the world a safer place”. In a hurry to download the study material from the Internet, she clicks a hyperlink by mistake. It opens into a documentary film on the threats posed by Nuclear Power Stations! Lo! It features her Dida leading a protest! What happens next? Pari writes a prize-winning project, as her school project turns into a public debate on the pros and cons of nuclear energy!

 


Sections:


 

  • Holiday homework
  • Looking into the future
  • A journey into the past
  • A family reunion
  • The failure story
  • Life in a village
  • Learning outside the classroom
  • Pari and her new team
  • Looking at the pros and cons
  • Ramakant’s story
  • Shib’s story
  • The roadshow
  • Long lost friends
  • A vacation to remember

 


Other titles in the series


 

  • Chika and the Angry Ocean (ISBN: 9788179935149)
  • Indrani’s Adventures in Plunder Land (ISBN: 9788179935163)
  • Salim’s Journey through Hell (ISBN: 9788179935132)

 


About the Author:


Suroopa Mukherjee teaches literature at Delhi University. She also enjoys writing fiction for children and young adults. Her stories combine high adventure and serious issues. She admits that writing for children is rewarding, because children are sharp critics and genuine fans.

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