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The Chemical Drones

Author Name: HashWrite | Format: Paperback | Genre : Children & Young Adult | Other Details


When a mischief lands Grade IV at the WonderWiz school in trouble, the Chemical Drones must save the day. Of course, it cannot be done in haste and without a plan. All of Grade IV comes together to hatch a plan.

What follows is a rollercoaster ride—ups and downs, fun, surprises and little miracles. Meet the Chemical Drones on their adventures. Explore WonderWiz and have fun at the Blitz. Find out if the Chemical Drones really save the day.

Review Blurbs for the Book

“The Chemical Drones is a charming and relevant story that will appeal to kids of all cultures.  It’s fun, but at the same time, teaches some important lessons about respect, getting along with people, and doing the right thing!  (The voice of) Siri gives it a thumbs up!!”

Susan Bennett, Speaker and the original voice of Apple’s Siri

“A modern day, new-age story with a combination of illustration and text which makes it appealing to the young readers. It kind of occupies a space between Diaries of a Wimpy Kid and the evergreen Famous Five that we grew up reading. The characters are relatable and the book has the potential to evolve into a series of adventures by ‘The Chemical Drones’.”

Sona Mazumdar, Chief Partnership office, KidZania India

Contemporary and futuristic; The Chemical Drones will surely blow you away!

Rajiv Chilaka, Creator of Chhota Bheem, CEO – Green Gold Animations


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HashWrite is the pen name of an India-based author/artist duo Preeta Chandran and Pankaj Kumar Saxena. They are the authors of two art-poetry books published in 2013 and 2018 respectively. As guest speakers at the Kolkata International Book Festival, they have been featured on one of the world’s largest television networks, Doordarshan. Preeta has appeared in numerous Indian and international anthologies and won awards from literary journals such as Muse India. She has also won a prize in the haiku contest of Hindustan Times Brunch. Pankaj has held prominence in exhibitions across the world. His work has been written about in leading dailies. Both of them have worked as former Operations Leaders at a global conglomerate and currently run a digital media company.