Atlas

                

This beautifully illustrated series is designed with keeping visual learners in mind. The books feature striking photographs, illustrations, and maps to support children's understanding of the material. The inventive page design embeds text in illustrations to hold the reader's attention. The text is structured to emphasize main points and facilitate comprehension and
retention.

English

                

A series of eight books for classes 1 to 8, has been designed to address the needs of educators for a comprehensive curriculum that lays the foundation for spontaneous language building in communicative English. These books are designed to motivate learners to enjoy and appreciate what they read. The fundamental principle behind this series is to make the course more inclusive, and engage learners of mixed abilities and interests.

EVS

                

The New World is a series of six books from classes- 0 to 5 designed by Puddle Ducks to cater to the basic knowledge of environmental both immediate as well as the earth as a whole. This series broadly follows the NCERT guidelines with emphasis on interactive approach through activities, projects and games.

 

Science

                

Global Science comprising eight books for classes 1 to 8 is based on extensive user feedback from a wide cross-section of schools, and conforms fully to the vision of the National Curriculum Framework 2005. This series is graded to the cognitive levels of the learners and develops in them, the scientific skills of observation, collection of data, investigation, and drawing
conclusions.

Social Science

                

Living Society for classes 1 to 5 and Social Life for classes 6 to 8 are an endeavour to encourage a child to enquire, explore, discover and rediscover people, places and situations.
The series is designed to develop in young children an understanding of life around them based on observation and illustration drawn from physical, biological, social and cultural aspects of life. It aims to make the child curious about social phenomena, starting with the family and moving on to wider spaces.