The Chemical Drones, a new children’s fiction recently released on 2 December 2019 is a book set in a modern, global city. Though it is contemporary in flavor, it seeks to reinforce timeless values and it aims to enhance creative cognitivism, ethical sensitivity, and moral reasoning in kids. Notion Press has published the book and it has received great blurbs and initial reviews from some reputed personalities.
HashWrite, the author team of Preeta Chandran and Pankaj Kumar Saxena, has penned down the children’s fiction book. It is not the first project for the team as it had earlier authored two art-poetry books namely, The Painted Verse, and The Portrait of a Verse. The mentioned writers’ work in the field of art and literature has been featured in Indian and international forums as well as several anthologies. The Chennai-based publication, Notion Press, has published over 2000 authors and sold books in over 100 countries.
By introducing The Chemical Drones, HashWrite has made its entry into children’s fiction. The motive of releasing this book is to inculcate a habit of reading among children. It shares that children should read regularly in order to enhance their knowledge and sharpen mental faculties. In addition to this, reading also helps a person to build life skills and the strength of character.