Leading media and entertainment company, Raman Media Network (RMN) Company, has launched its new book Rattrap and the Jinni: Mysteries of the Future World for the consumers in the global markets.
According to the company, 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,” said Rakesh Raman, CEO, RMN Company. He also has written the story of this book.
Rattrap and the Jinni story is being presented as a novella. According to the company, 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. All’s well with all of them except for the mounting menace from an unexpected enemy – the army of rats. These rats are even bigger than some cats and they’re hell-bent to make the life miserable for the village folk.
But before they go on any further rampage, Terry and Sarah decide to take the matter in their own hands. After discussing a series of options to get rid of the unruly rodents, they plan to use a toughly built rattrap. What happens then?
The story takes a strange turn. Instead of catching rats, the rattrap traps a Jinni who flies down from the sky right into the strong walls of Terry’s trap. Now, it’s really difficult for the Jinni to get out of it unless Terry allows for it.
Here’s the deal – the deal that not only aims to drive out the mischievous rats from the village territory but it also takes Terry to a future world full of mysteries that Terry could never even imagine.
The new book comes with a price tag of Rs. 150 in India and US$ 5 for markets abroad. It will be available in the market during January 2012.
Rattrap and the Jinni is the new title in company’s existing book offerings that also include Raman’s Tech Tale Series: Knowledge Stories for Children.
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Raman Media Network (RMN) Company is a privately held venture, working in diversified content creation, management, and distribution businesses on a global scale. While content for the mass markets is the backbone of its operations, it is building allied businesses around multiple content streams.
Its main activities include online news services, digital media campaigns, book publishing, and films. For more information about the company, you can visit: http://www.ramanmedianetwork.com/
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