Grandma’s Glasses – Pratham Books.

Grandma’s Glasses – Pratham Books.

January 1, 2015 | Books

Grandma’s Glasses – Pratham Books
Grandma loses her glasses all the time. Sometimes she needs a smart detective to find them for her!

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Too Many Bananas – Pratham Books – Children’s Books

Too Many Bananas – Pratham Books – Children’s Books

January 1, 2015 | Books

No one wanted to buy the sweet bananas that Sringeri Srinivas grew on his farm. Find out what he did with them in this cute story.
This is a Level 2 book for children who recognize familiar words and can read new words with help.

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Not Now, Not Now! – Pratham Books – Children’s Books

Not Now, Not Now! – Pratham Books – Children’s Books

January 1, 2015 | Books

The little boy in this story wants to do something now, but all his elders say NOT NOW! Do you get angry when someone says that to you?
This is a Level 1 book for children who are eager to begin reading.

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Too Much Noise – Pratham Books

Too Much Noise – Pratham Books

January 1, 2014 | Books

Too Much Noise – Pratham Books – Children’s Books
This is a Level 2 book for children who recognize familiar words and can read new words with help.

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Rohini Nilekani pours her wealth into getting books to India’s poorest children

Rohini Nilekani pours her wealth into getting books to India’s poorest children

October 12, 2012 | Books

When she found herself suddenly wealthy, the Indian philanthropist founded Pratham Books, a nonprofit publisher that uses innovative ways to put low-cost books in the hands of millions of kids.
“My mission is to put a book in every child’s hand,” says Rohini Nilekani That’s an ambitious goal anywhere, but especially in India, where there are more than 300 million children, most of whom can’t afford books, or even read.

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Uncommon Ground – Rohini Nilekani

Uncommon Ground – Rohini Nilekani

January 30, 2012 | Books

This book of conversations between people holding different points of view has a deliberately misleading title.
Because Rohini Nilekani has managed to show that in the most uncommon of grounds, between the most adversarial
of positions, there can be found something in common if the two sides are willing to at least try and see the other’s point of view; to listen to the other’s argument.

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