I Am Indian Cotton - Mini Book Bundle (2 copies)


I Am Indian Cotton - Mini Book Bundle (2 copies)


A coveted commodity since ancient times.

A controversial cloth in recent history.

Hear Indian cotton tell its own tale.

I Am Indian Cotton is the first in a series of books that describe Indian fabrics and fashions as if from the perspectives of those fabrics and fashions. As Indian cotton briefly recounts its fascinating 5000 year history, it touches on events, people, places, and ideas that will get all ages wondering.

We made our Born Global books to ignite curiosity in their readers and listeners. They are little springboards, launching us into depths of inquiry and discovery.

Wondering: a wonderful place to begin the journey of inquiry!

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This Born Global listing is for a mini book bundle, which includes:

  • two copies of I Am Indian Cotton book

  • 5 grams of seed cotton

  • Wonder Lesson PDF download

NOTE: Due to the presence of plant matter in this bundle and the restriction of import/export laws, we are unable to ship our classroom bundles internationally. International teachers interested in getting large quantities of our books should contact us for special bulk pricing. (NOTE: the cotton included in this bundle is grown in North Carolina, not India. It is included for the purposes of exposing learners to the qualities of cotton in general, not as a precise example of the species grown in India.)

This little book features:

  • 22 glossy heavyweight pages

  • 4” x 4” for easy holding

  • Vibrant ink and watercolor illustrations

  • Glossary of unfamiliar words

  • Good for ages 10+, or as a “read to me” book for ages 5-9

Making an impact:

Purchasing this book helps kids in rural parts of India “learn to read and read to learn” in 3 languages that will help them flourish in life. 10% of every Born Gobal book purchase is donated to the Tri-Lingual Book (TLB) Project of one of Seekna’s clients and partners in India. The TLB project helps villages create contextualized books for their children in their heritage language or mother tongue, their regional language, and English.