With a view to distribute the books published by Raman Media Network (RMN) among the global consumers, the company has made a part of its first book available through digital channels.
Launched earlier this month, Ghost and the Magic Eye, published under the company’s children books brand Raman’s Tech Tale Series: Knowledge Stories for Children entered the digital space today, Jan. 12.
Currently, only a few pages of the book will be available online and global consumers or book distributors can take a look at the part of the 20-page book to place an order with RMN for bulk buying.
“The digital version of the ‘Ghost and the Magic Eye’ will help schools and book resellers in all parts of the world decide to buy the books and we will offer discounts depending on the volume purchased,” said Rakesh Raman, chief executive officer, Raman Media Network. He has also written the stories for these books.
You can access the abridged digital version of the book, here:
Raman’s Tech Tale Series is an innovative storybook concept that aims to educate children in the high-tech area of information and communications technology (ICT) through interesting stories. Keeping in view today’s need to give technology orientation to children, a little technology element is introduced in the stories.
These are normal stories originally written for children’s edutainment (education and entertainment). Without confusing the child, the technology element is kept in the background. The idea is to make the children curious to learn more about the tech aspects of life as they grow.
Since the content mainly targets children in the age group of 6 – 12 years, the language used is quite simple to understand. Also, with a view to make the stories exciting, the environment in each story is presented through colourful illustrations.
Each book in the series will also act as a catalyst to achieve the larger objective of ‘bridging the digital divide.’ As efforts are being made all over the world to take the technology benefits to the masses or the underprivileged sections of society, these books will empower people to take a step in that direction.
The books will also supplement the conventional technology education in various schools. At present, these books are being published in the English language. However, depending on the demand, they will be translated in other languages also.
“A hallmark of the books in this series is that they can be adopted for stage shows by children, TV programmes for children, and short-format movies,” said Raman.
The focus of the present book is on ‘Digital Surveillance,’ a concept that is used to help security agencies.
“We hope that our pioneering attempt to produce this educative literature for children will be suitably encouraged by teachers as well as parents. And this book, along with our other future work, will be introduced as an important knowledge resource for children,” said Raman.
All books in the Raman’s Tech Tale Series will be equally useful for children in all parts of the world, says the company.
With a price tag of Rs. 75 in India and US$ 2 in the other global markets, the print version of the new book was released for sale on Jan. 3. Now, RMN has launched the digital edition of the book to be distributed through Web channels.
Also, Raman Media Network is looking for corporate sponsors, book distributors, individual resellers, and business partners who can join hands with the company to promote this business activity in all parts of the world.
Raman Media Network (RMN) is working in diversified content creation, management, and distribution businesses on a global scale. Its activities include Online Content, Book Publishing, Digital Media Campaigns, and Films.
You can know more about the company and contact it at: http://www.ramanmedianetwork.com/about-us/