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honest history magazine issue ten about nur jahan and india written for kids ages 6–12

Issue #10

A Portrait of India

 AGES 6–12 

Journey to India and discover its fascinating history in Issue 10, featuring the story of Nur Jahan, the Mughal Queen. This issue is packed with amazing stories from India, including the history of Sanskrit writing, ecosystems throughout India, the colorful traditions of Bollywood films, an exploration of the ancient city of Varanasi, methods of transportation in India, and more.

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What's Inside

Did you know chess began as a game in North India? Learn all about its origins in this issue. Did you also know many board games we play today have origins in India? Create-your-own board game in one of the many fun activities and DIYs from this issue.

In this issue

  • Nur Jahan: The Mughal Queen
  • Welcome to Bollywood
  • Imperialism in India
  • Checkmate
  • Ecosystems Found Throughout India
  • The Partition of India
  • The History of Sanskrit
  • Let's Talk H2O
  • The Ancient City of Varanasi
  • The Ramayana
  • ... plus activities, coloring pages, and much more!

Magazine Details

  • 68 full-color pages filled with stories, illustrations and DIY activities
  • Velvet-touch cover and perfect-bound finish

All print issues include an accompanying interactive, digital edition on the Honest History app.

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Customer Reviews

Based on 3 reviews

I enjoyed providing this series for my grands.

Susannah Meyer
Great information

I loved the information and the way it was set up in the book. Unfortunately, the binding of the book came apart and the cover came off the first time I read it. So, that’s a little disappointing because I want to share it with my students, but now they’ll just have to be extra careful.

Ann Gass
Beautiful but hard to use in a library

Purchased for use in my library. Did not realize it was more magazine-like and had places to write in it. The book itself is gorgeous and would be amazing for personal use. I will use it as long as I can in our school library

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