Secrets of Singapore

Shortlisted for Best Non Fiction Title, Singapore Book Awards 2016In Secrets of Singapore, Danger Dan and Gadget Girl uncover the nation s past, from the time of Sang Nila Utama in 1299 to independence in 1965 But wait, there s They also investigate intriguing areas seldom found in your history books shhhh , like cinemas, airports, sports and of course, food JoinShortlisted for Best Non Fiction Title, Singapore Book Awards 2016In Secrets of Singapore, Danger Dan and Gadget Girl uncover the nation s past, from the time of Sang Nila Utama in 1299 to independence in 1965 But wait, there s They also investigate intriguing areas seldom found in your history books shhhh , like cinemas, airports, sports and of course, food Join the superhero duo as they unearth fascinating facts like Which animals have escaped from the Singapore Zoo How long was the very first MRT ride Where can you see a tiger car And what on earth is a tiger car The answers to these burning questions and much in Danger Dan and Gadget Girl s guide to Singapore s past.
Secrets of Singapore Shortlisted for Best Non Fiction Title Singapore Book Awards In Secrets of Singapore Danger Dan and Gadget Girl uncover the nation s past from the time of Sang Nila Utama in to independenc

  • Title: Secrets of Singapore
  • Author: Lesley-Anne Tan Monica Lim James Tan
  • ISBN: 9789814615877
  • Page: 443
  • Format: Paperback
  • 1 thought on “Secrets of Singapore”

    1. Singapore's 🇸🇬 history from the 13th century till modern times , told with a lot of humor and linked with the artifacts in the National museum . Great for middle school kids & beyond . Kids in the late elementary will also enjoy it . Highly recommended !

    2. One of my students lent me this, saying that, "It is very interesting!"And indeed, you uncover little unknown nuggets of Singapore history along the way. Major stories are also told in an easy to read manner. Would recommend for both children and adults, and as a souvenir for visitors to Singapore!

    3. Really enjoyed this one. Lots of great history about Singapore written in a fun, clear and easy to read way. Great non-fiction text which is surprisingly comprehensive. Particularly recommended to G6 students new to Singapore.

    4. Surprisingly fun and good. Written a bit in the horrible histories style with local culture factoids. Great from children to adult.

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