Published: 03rd October 2020
Are you looking to read something interesting about Mahatma Gandhi? Check out these books
Apart from spending time attending online classes, here are a few books for the children of today to read and learn more about the Father of our Nation
Sure Gandhi was born a century and a half ago, but his peaceful revolution still continues to inspire people around the world. "My life is my message," the Mahatma once said and what better way to spread it than reading books! A day after his 151st birth anniversary, Edexlive decided to take a look at a few must-reads on Gandhi for Generation Z.
I am Gandhi by Brad Meltzer
This book by Brad Meltzer has beautiful illustrations by Christopher Eliopoulos specially meant for kids to read. It focuses mainly on how Gandhi lead the peaceful protest and the traits of Gandhi that kids can adopt in their lives to lead a systematic life.
Being Gandhi by Paro Anand
If you tend to doze off during History lessons, but still wants to read up about the Father of the Nation, we got the right book here for you. The story here revolves around Chandrashekar, a school student, who is bored with his annual projects on Gandhi. But when his teacher asks the students to be Gandhi, he digs deep to understand the way Gandhi lived his life.
Grandfather Gandhi by Arun Gandhi and Bethany Hegedus
So how well do you know Gandhi's family? This book by Arun Gandhi and Bethany Hegedus shows us the extraordinary personality of Bapu. Arun Gandhi, the fifth grandson of Mahatma shares his life experiences and expresses his doubt if he can ever make him proud. Also, read this book to check out the beautiful paintings by Evan Turk.
Gandhi for Kids: His life and ideas with 21 activities by Ellen Mahoney
This book is a must-buy for those kids and adults who want to have a collection of books filled with historic images. Ellen who is an author cum professor from the Metropolitan State University of Denver has included a lot of historical images, events in chronological order, resources, sidebars with informative graphics and 21 activities that give hands-on experience for the readers to learn Gandhian way of living
Gandhi in 150 Anecdotes by Arthy Muthanna Singh and Mamta Nainy
This book contains all the interesting anecdotes from Gandhi's life. Arthy and Mamta have co-authored this book as a tribute to Gandhi on his 150th birth anniversary. These children's writers tell us about the incidents inspired by Gandhi's life that remains relevant even today to solve pressing contemporary issues.