Get your Instagrammer teenager reading more and doing better in school.
We bring you the best of all world to serve your child's reading needs.
This bundle offer a full range of texts that will add value to your child's reading needs!
5 issues of iTHINK starting from Feb, Apr, Jul (double issue), Aug
iThink magazines are specially written with #trending topics in order to get your teenager to spend less time surfing the internet and more time reading enriching content.
The issues are filled with articles discussing topics relevant to a teenager today, and are written in the below 6 essay formats to help your child master all 6 writing styles:
- Argumentative Essay
- Descriptive Essay
- Expository Essay
- Hybrid Essay
- Narrative Essay
- Personal Recount Essay
4 issues of Reader's Digest starting from Mar, May, Jun, Sep
Everything that excites you, everything that interests you…is in every issue of Reader’s Digest
- Meet everyday heroes, ordinary people who acted bravely in extraordinary situations.
- Learn about the latest medical advances and scientific discoveries and how they impact your everyday life.
- Laugh along with Reader's Digest community on hugely popular humour pages.
- Save time, money or both! With handy tips, tricks and articles on Home, Travel, Family, Food, Finance and more.
- Discover an art you thought you'd lost: the pleasure of reading, absorbing and sharing ideas.
4 issues of National Geographic starting from Mar, May, Jun, Sep
The award-winning National Geographic Magazine is a proud publication of the National Geographic Society with a 125-year history behind it. The well-written articles are complemented by the moving photography, a staple that serves as a commitment to the high quality the magazine has achieved over the years.
From the depths of space to the plains of Africa, and undiscovered oceans, National Geographic Magazine will bring you on a learning journey, adding to your knowledge with each turn of the page.
2 issues of SuperComputing Asia starting from Mar, Aug
The first of its kind in Asia, Supercomputing Asia is helmed by a stellar editorial advisory committee comprising Associate Professor Tan Tin Wee, Director of the National Supercomputing Centre Singapore and Chairman of the Agency for Science, Technology and Research’s (A*STAR) Computational Resource Centre (A*CRC); industry veteran Nebojsa Novakovic; and Dr. John Gustafson, inaugural winner of the prestigious ACM Gordon Bell Prize (1988).
2 issues of Asian Scientist starting from Mar, Aug
Based in Singapore, Asian Scientist is maintained by a team of professional science and medical journalists, with active contributors from the science, technology and medical communities.
The magazine's launch reflects the growing demographic of scientists, engineers and doctors from Asia, and caters to this community with news stories that are both timely and of interest to them.
3 issues of Broader Perspective starting from Feb, Jul (double issue)
Broader Perspectives is a magazine aimed at helping GCE ‘A’ Level students and young adults deepen and hone their critical thinking skills. Through the discussion of real-world issues from multiple angles, the magazine guides readers in making meaning in a complex world.