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Highlights of March 2014 Issue

March 2014
  • Dr.S. Radhakrishnan is a statesman and educationalist all Indians respect alike.  His speech is a model for a student of English language.  ‘Little hands’ has in it one typical speech by Dr. Radhakrishnan.
  • “The selfish giant’ by Oscar Wilde, the celebrated story and another parable of the wolf in the sheep’s skin give good reading experience.  The history of the “Pied Piper of Hamelin’ is traced out in the column ‘Glance at history’.  A famous story by Ruskin Bond is also included.
  • A rare collection of nine beautiful poems by master writers of the west make this issue covetable for talented children.
  • Schumacher, the great sports personality who appears on the pages of this issue is highly inspiring.
  • ‘Food’ has an important place in our lives.  A very useful article on healthy eating habits finds room on the pages of this issue.  Tips for performing well in exams as given in this issue are really worthy of following.  Dr. Usha Menon discusses  some basic environmental issues that spare valuable information on the topic.
  • ‘The Ghosts’ (Believe it or not) is really thrilling.  News at a glance, maths corner, other educational columns, doubt clearing session, short stories by students, grammar lessons etc.  leave the issue a resourceful one.
  • The editorial, as in the other issues, has a direct appeal to children.  The response of children from far and wide stands proof to this.