A fourth-class going schoolboy Nikky narrates “My Sister is in the INDIAN NAVY”. His sister Lt Niharika Wagle is in the navy. When her ship is in port, the sibling duo has fun together. Much to his dislike, her shore duty ends. The books beautifully show the sacrifices made by the family when duty calls.
The book is perfect to explain quick facts, acronyms used, rank structure and awards presented in serving in the Navy.
A brief on a day in the life of a Navy cadet in simple words for kids is a delight to read.
The book is appropriate for kids above 6 years encouraging them to know about the Indian Armed Forces. Kids would feel proud of themselves and the superheroes.
A book that describes the armed forces beautifully to be easily understandable by kids aged 6 and above. This particular book talks about the Indian navy. The relationship between a brother and his sister who is in the navy. The sudden postings that make them feel let down of leaving their current place is described beautifully. The book also describes the rankings and the work are in detail. The illustrations compliment the narration in a great way.
My Sister is in the Indian Navy is a great way to introduce our children to Indian Defence as the book was full of facts and figures and a short story to keep the little ones interested. My daughter loved reading them and what followed after were the stories we grew up hearing from our Grandparents.
This is the perfect book to introduce young children about the Indian Navy. This book is very well written and it shows how difficult it is for the family members of the Indian Navy personnels to live without them for months together. The ranks in the Indian Navy are properly explained. I salute all the Indian Navy personnels eho have sacrificed their lives for our country.
Me and my kid, sat TOGATHER to read this book. This book is basically about the Indian navy. The relationship between a brother and sister who is in the navy. Every point of the books touches our heart. Overall a must read book.
My daughter loved the book. Good illustrations and simple story with good information about the Navy, their medals and structure. Lots of facts as well. A good way to ingrain gender equality in kids from a young age