A Visit to the Dentist — Talha has to go visit the dentist, but he is feeling very scared. His mother and father help calm him down, and his sister shares his favourite toy. Still, Talha doesn’t think he has the courage required to make the visit. Will Talha manage to be brave and go to the dentist after all? This story helps children face the fear of visiting the dentist’s office and overcome that fear in a calm and supportive manner. A Visit to the Doctor — Aminah has got high fever, but she is scared to see the doctor. Her mother and father promise her that the doctor is not scary, but Aminah is not convinced. Will she get over her fear and manage to go to the doctor? With explanations of how it is important to wash your hands regularly, this story is very relevant in this day and age and teaches children the ways to lead a clean and hygienic life. With eye-catching illustrations and a simple, easy-to-understand writing style, young readers will be able to relate to the experience while enjoying the story itself. A Visit to the Fire Station — Talha and Aminah are thrilled to visit the fire station on their school trip. Ladders, pulleys, and a fire engine! There is so much to learn. What else will the children see on this amazing trip? Introducing the world of fire stations to children, this story will help explain to children the role of fire fighters as well as the necessary things that children should do in case of a fire emergency. With recurring characters in each story of the series, young readers can feel a sense of comfort with the sibling Talha and Aminah as they ask all the relevant questions and help readers navigate the exciting world of fire stations.A Visit to the Supermarket — Talha and Aminah are excited to visit the supermarket with their parents. They have jotted down a list of groceries, and have fun searching for things on different aisles. Soon it is time to go home, and to see what new things they have learned during their shopping trip. With the help of colourful illustrations and relatable characters, young readers can explore the world of supermarkets through the introduction of relevant vocabulary and concise explanations of the workings of supermarkets. The Muddy Puddle — Talha and Aminah love it when it rains. The best part is when they can wear their rain boots and jump up and down in the Muddy Puddles! Written in a fun, interesting manner, this story talks about the excitement children feel when faced with the prospect of rain. With relevant local references to help children relate the story to their own lives, this story will allow young readers to experience the sensations of waiting for and playing in muddy puddles. Taking care to explain to children the precautionary measures to be taken when it is raining outside, thiss story combines an explanation of safety rules with the idea of fun.