Join Ayaan and Rayan on their summer break in Langkawi, Malaysia. While playing at the beach, the boys notice that the seawater cupped in their hands appears clear; however, the sea appears blue. The two boys always curious about things, approach their mother to explain the reason behind the blue sea.
Be a part of Ayaan and Rayan’s intellectual journey, and find out that seas not only appear blue, but gray, green and even brown at times. Discover the four seas named after colours, and the reasons behind the origin of their names.
Both parents and kids should find Ayaan and Rayan’s fact-finding trip fascinating. A non-fiction story that is easy to read and understand.
While playing at the beach, two boys begin to wonder why the sky is blue and ask their mother to explain the reason to them. As they are very young, their mother needs to decide how best to explain to her boys. She discusses the phenomenon of the blue sky in a manner that even her six-year-old can understand. While addressing their initial query, the boys come up with several other related questions, and the mother answers them all with simple facts and drawings. To make it easier and more interesting, she performs a fun experiment with her boys, which shows them why the sky is blue at sunrise and red/orange at sunset.
The book is a must have for all those curious kids who are trying to make sense of the world around them, and for all those parents who want to satisfy that curiosity.