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CATALOGUE 2020

Weaverbird I N T E R A C T I V E


From Ideas to Success

Weaverbird I N T E R A C T I V E

Design and innovation are intrinsic to each other. One cannot exist without the other and design should seem intentional rather than accidental or haphazard. Weaverbird Interactive team believes in an overall effect that is fresh, clean and neat. We work with your vision and translate it as per your expectations.


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Illustrations


Illustrations


alone forcefully, energetically snatched a passage of time to be in an offended mood

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(a) How did Baloo spend his time with his friend, the apple tree? (b) Why was the tree unhappy when Baloo stopped going to him? (c) Why did Baloo need money and how did he get it? (d) Why was Baloo sad for the second time on returning to his friend, the tree? (e) Did Baloo succeed in building his home? How?

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imothy Boon Bought a balloon Blue as the sky, Round as the moon; ‘Now I will try To make it fly Up to the moon; Higher than high!’ Timothy said, Nodding his head.

Edward Lear popularised a kind of poetry that didn’t make much sense. Such poetry is also called ‘nonsense verse’ or ‘limmerick’, and Lear was a master at this. He invented many words that have no meaning whatsoever. Some such words are used in this poem, too.

The Pobble who has no toes

Had once as many as we; When they said, “Some day you may lose them all;” He replied, “Fish fiddle de-dee!” And his Aunt Jobiska made him drink Lavender water tinged with pink, For she said, “The world in general knows There’s nothing so good for a Pobble’s toes!”

The Pobble swam fast and well, And when boats or ships came near him, He tinkedly-blinkledy – winkled a bell, So that all the world could hear him. And all the Sailors and Admirals cried,

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own in a green and shady bed, A modest violet grew; Its stalk was bent, it hung its head, As if to hide from view. And yet it was a lovely flower, Its colour bright and fair; It might have graced a rosy bower, Instead of hiding there.

(a) Don’t you know that I feel lonely when ............... ................................................................................ (b) I take no pleasure in playing any more because ................................................................................ (c) He was unhappy at first because ........................ ................................................................................ (d) It danced vigorously so that .................................. ................................................................................

scarlet: deep red winkled: forced; pris out

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2. Complete the following sentences:

Timothy Boon Sent his balloon Up through the sky, Up to the moon; But a strong breeze Stirred in the trees, Rocked the bright moon, Tossed the great seas, And, with its mirth, Shook the whole earth.

The Pobble who has no toes Swam across the Bristol Channel; But before he set out he wrapped his nose In a piece of scarlet flannel. For his Aunt Jobiska said, “No harm Can come to his toes if his nose is warm; And it’s perfectly known that a Pobble’s toes Are safe, – provided he minds his nose.”

Bristol Channel: the channel between Wales and England in the Atlantic Ocean flannel: a kind of fabric tinkedly-binkledy: a nonsense word created by the poet

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We develop content and design books in subjects, such as Science, Mathematics, English, Computer and Art Education. We also develop bedtime stories, adventure stories, Granpa and Grandma tales, animal stories, moral stories, rhyme books and Activity Books for kids (all age groups).


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Art Education is an important component of 21st century learning. Adding ‘A’ in STEM (STEAM) will equip children with the skill set they will need to become wellrounded thinkers. Creativity, collaboration, confidence, cultural awareness and empathy and critical thinking are prerequisites in all the fields

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THE MYSTERIOUS PANDORA BOX


Beaut y and the Beast

Gulliver Travels

MobyDick

Gabrielle-Suzanne de Villeneuve

Herman Melville

Carlo Collodi

Famous Classics

Jonathan Swift


St o ry Boards


N e wsle tters


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