Gandhi enjoys a special place in our hearts and also stands apart as ‘the Person of the Century’.
Specially adapted for young adults, this version of Gandhi’s autobiography is a fascinating account of his eventful and turbulent life from his birth till 1920. He did not write it to document his achievements, but to share with others the lessons he learnt by addressing his weaknesses; and what bold actions he took in the interest of larger goals even at the risk of his life.
Gandhi’s primary interest was his experiments with truth, and those he narrates in the most simple and lucid style, laying bare even the most private moments.
The Epilogue sums up the rest of his life during which he led India to freedom.
This series carries an impressive list of well-known classics for children in the age group 7 to 14 years. The aim of the series is to inculcate in children the habit of reading. It offers children an opportunity to enjoy reading stories that form a part of the classics of English Literature crafted by great writers.
It includes carefully selected tales, fables, classics and autobiographies adapted and designed to suit young readers and encourage the reading habit in them
Fascinating tales of bravery, wit, wisdom, truth, justice and adventure inspire the right values in children, brought alive through illustrations
Includes vocabulary-building and comprehension exercises for better appreciation of literature
These are ideal for classrooms, libraries and personal collection