Compuchamps Book 1
Our primary aim in creating the Compuchamps Book 1 is to teach computers step-by-step using relevant screenshots and examples to explain the concept and usage. Compuchamps a series of 8 books for Classes 1 to 8. This series is designed to provide theoretical as well as practical knowledge to the students. This course is based on Windows 7 and MS office 2007.
For Children of Age 6-10 years
This age is the best suited for enhancements in vocabulary in children. It makes them understand the world better and as they start to grow they tend to understand why things in the world are as they are.
In fact, we have books that feed into the curiosity that develops in children at this age and help them understand every aspect of life in a more illustrative, detailed and entertaining way. Books that engage them more towards learning more aspects about the world we live in.
Our books range from quirky books that make math fun to amazing stories that aim to make children lifelong readers with interesting plots and memorable characters.
This age group has a wide range of reading abilities, from those just beginning to read independently, to those who can read Harry Potter. However, most of the books in this collection are classified as chapter books. As a family read-aloud, these books would be ideal for newly independent readers as well as older children.
Sheth Publishing House
At the Pan India level, we are one of the best publishers for children’s books.
These machines help us in meeting the special printing demands of clients.
Moreover, it also helps us in proper content management. Furthermore, backed by our sophisticated facilities, we have been able to represent world leaders in this section.
For instance, we are the official distributor of reputed children’s book publisher Kohwai & Young in Malaysia.
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