Raman Media Network Books for Children
Raman Media Network (RMN) Company is a leading integrated technology media and entertainment company. Among its various business activities, the company is publishing its storybooks for children and young adults.
While we are in the process of publishing more such storybooks, here are our current titles.
Rattrap and the Jinni: Mysteries of the Future World
It’s an educative story that will help children understand many current realities of the world in which we all live. It’ll also empower them to take the right steps to make the world a better place to live.
Children – mainly tweens and teens – in all parts of the world will enjoy the story, which is highly entertaining – full of thrill, adventure, excitement, and humor.
Rattrap and the Jinni story is being presented as a novella. The story is suitable for a global-scale, multiformat entertainment project – for a graphic novel, animation movie, digital video game, TV series, and a live-character film.
The story revolves around two children – Terry and his younger sister Sarah. The kids live with their parents in a village named Garwall. It takes Terry to a future world full of mysteries that Terry could never even imagine.
Ghost and the Magic Eye
Not a soul knew what was happening in the village. But word was spreading fast about the presence of John in his big house, which now stands ruined on the outskirts of the village Nori.
Everyone was stunned. How could it be? John had, in fact, died in a road accident a year ago, and the villagers had buried his body with their own hands. Had he come back undead? Who knows?
But you can know all that in the storybook, titled: “Ghost and the Magic Eye” published by Raman Media Network under the company’s children books brand Raman’s Tech Tale Series: Knowledge Stories for Children.
Ghost and the Magic Eye story in the book will engage and encourage children to quickly learn the application of a new technology in day-to-day life.
Katie Catches Blacky in Peace Forest
Titled “Katie Catches Blacky in Peace Forest,” the book informs children about ‘Biometric Security,’ a technology application to protect computer systems as well as buildings from intruders.
The tech application is discussed through an engaging forest-based story in the book. It tells children how a small brown cat, Katie, uses a biometric security device to save her kittens, Pingu and Mingu, from a wild wolf named Blacky.
Knowledge Stories for Children – Ten Tales
The present book – which has 10 stories – covers 10 different technology applications such as satellite communications, electronic mail, computer-based surveillance, video conferencing, computer simulation, digital walk-through, video-on-demand, Internet chat, robotics and e-learning.
Robojit and the Sand Planet (Novel for Children and Young Adults)
Suitable for a Hollywood movie, a big-budget digital video game, animation film, TV series, and a comic book, the highlight of the epic thriller “Robojit and the Sand Planet” is its ability to effectively blend technology, spiritualism, and humanism with a captivating fantasy in the backdrop.
With a setting in the future, the Robojit and the Sand Planet story runs in three parts: affairs of a kingdom that’s presented as an imaginary planet, its conflicts with wicked forces, and a final mission that takes some of the characters to another remote planet.
It has a central character, Robojit, who helps the lead couple on the mission while overcoming numerous challenges during the voyage they undertake to achieve it.
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