366 Words in Delhi

366 Words in Delhi (English, Paperback, Natasha Sharma)


366 Words in Delhi  (English, Paperback, Natasha Sharma)

2 Ratings & 1 Reviews
Hurry, Only a few left!
  • Bank Offer5% off* on EMI transactions with HDFC Bank Credit Cards
  • Bank Offer5% off* on EMI transactions with RBL Bank Credit Cards
  • Bank OfferExtra 5% off* with Axis Bank Buzz Credit Card
  • Delivery
    Enter pincode
      Usually delivered in6-7 days
      Enter pincode for exact delivery dates/charges
    View Details
    Read More
    • Language: English
    • Binding: Paperback
    • Publisher: FunOkPlease
    • ISBN: 9789350492536, 9350492539
    • Edition: 2014
    • Pages: 40
    • 10 Days Replacement Policy
    • Cash on Delivery available
    Help your child learn new words and get to know our capital Delhi all in one unique children's book.Are you teaching your child new words in English.Research suggests that learning words with accompanying pictures makes it faster and easier to remember new words. But what if the pictures are actual places in your capital city of Delhi. Learn 366 words and concepts through real landmarks, parks,places of work,festivals,culture, experiences and cuisine of Delhi Along with new words you can also help your child discover the history of Delhi, how the city got its name, famous Indians from Delhi and learn from a fun colourful map of the city.General knowledge,activity,culture,history and travelogue all rolled into one!Don't be surprised if your child wants to start exploring Delhi with you to see the places in the book in real life.This book is perfect for helping kids learn new words while busy with lots of activity that also adds to their general knowledge about Delhi.
    Read More
    Book Details
    Publication Year
    • 2014
    Authored By
    • Natasha Sharma
    Additional Features
    Age Group
    • 3-5 years
    Ratings and Reviews
    2 Ratings &
    1 Reviews
    • 5
    • 4
    • 3
    • 2
    • 1

    Reviews from Educationists

    Rachna Vohra
    M.A (psychology) B.Ed, Presently working as Primary teacher at D.P S Sushant Lok
    A ‘treasure trove of words’ is how I would like to describe this book. The author lives up to her word of describing Delhi in 366 words. A wonderful concept which teaches the children about the landmarks, historical places, festivities, places of worship and most importantly about Indian food. It weaves together all the aspects that make this city what it is today.
    It draws out the essence of t...

    Preeti Vyas

    Certified Buyer

    28 Jul, 2012

    Report Abuse
    Have doubts regarding this product?
    Safe and Secure Payments.Easy returns.100% Authentic products.
    Back to top