Friday, March 02, 2012

Educational Science Comics from South Korea

There was a mother in my school who recommended this educational science comics to Mami recently. She mentioned that this comic has created great interest amongst primary students.

It is a South Korean "Survival" and "Adventure" series sold in major bookstores. The original comic was printed in Mandarin. They already have them translated into Malay and English. This comic teaches readers about nature and science as the characters in the comic struggle to survive in various ecosystems e.g. in the jungle, in a cave, on an island or even in a land of insects. It gives us an idea how to survive in real life, if we ever get stranded in such places.

Last week, Mami had breakfast with two other mothers and they went to Popular Bookshop to look for the book. Mami bought 2 of them. She said that she would start reading it first before passing them to me. It cost RM10.50 each. If you have a popular card, you would be able to get a discount on the book.



This is the Table of Content for the comic titled: Surviving a Virus

In every comic book, they would introduce the Cast and their role

Every chapter comes with a story in comics form

Lots of facts are also provided at the end of the chapters



This kiasu Mami of mine wants me to learn about my body's defence system. I seriously think that it is more of Mami who is interested to read this, compared to me. These comics looks more suitable for students from Primary 3 or 4 onwards. Don't you think so?


8 comments:

Health Freak Mommy said...

Yaya, I think it's your mami who is more interested in the books, hehe. Even I am interested too but not sure if Alycia would be or not.

Inspired Momx1 said...

Hi, blog hopped from health freak mommy's blog. I like these books too so as my 9yo boy. He has a collection of the books in English, BM and Chinese languages, a good way to get him to read the 2 languages other than English.

Inspired Momx1 said...

Hi, blog hopped from health freak mommy's blog. I like these books too so as my 9yo boy. He has a collection of the books in English, BM and Chinese languages, a good way to get him to read the 2 languages other than English.

Ben and Shaun said...

yes, it's a good idea to read other languages too. thanks for visiting this blog.

Ho Zhi Xian said...

what does the coupon at the back page do??

Estafador said...

Hi do you know where to get this book in singapore?

Ben and Shaun said...

Hi. In Malaysia, we can find it in Popular bookstore. Perhaps you can find in Popular Singapore too.

Ben and Shaun said...

Hi. In Malaysia, we can find it in Popular bookstore. Perhaps you can find in Popular Singapore too.