Global technology media and entertainment company, RMN Company, is now offering its children storybooks as free-to-read e-books.
Published under the banner “Raman’s Tech Tale Series: Knowledge Stories for Children,” these books impart technology education to school children through interesting short stories.
Written by Rakesh Raman, these e-books are being offered to worldwide readers – including children, their parents and teachers – through RMN Company’s newly created website RMN Stars, which carries all the entertainment IPs (intellectual properties) created by Rakesh Raman, the CEO of RMN Company.
These storybooks are already published as printed books and now being offered through digital channels. The “Knowledge Stories for Children – Ten Tales” was launched today, Nov. 22, as an e-book.
This book – which has 10 stories – covers 10 different technology applications such as satellite communications, electronic mail, computer-based surveillance, video conferencing, computer simulation, digital walk-through, video-on-demand, Internet chat, robotics, and e-learning.
“Today, it’s a proven fact that traditional forms of education are not quite effective to educate children about the latest concepts that are required to survive in any professional environment,” suggests Rakesh Raman. “Educational institutions need to evolve by adopting innovative pedagogy methods, such as the storybooks that we offer for tech education.”
Stories under Raman’s Tech Tale Series 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 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 colorful illustrations.
A hallmark of the books in this series is that they can be adapted for stage shows by children, TV programs for children, and short-format movies.
RMN Company is now looking for business partners such as:
- Entertainment companies that can use these stories to make TV programs, animation films, mobile films, etc. targeting children across the globe.
- Companies that want RMN Company’s services to write fiction-based stories / content for their brand communication and marketing needs.
- Distributors who can sell these books in schools and through retail in all parts of the world.
- Companies that want to sponsor these books.
RMN Company is in the process of creating more books under the Raman’s Tech Tale Series to cover the latest technology applications.