Sheeba and the Private Detectives is a Pakistani comic book series that was created to help combat illiteracy in Pakistan and to promote STEM education to children between the ages of 7 and 13 years old. The series focuses on four child detectives, Sheeba, Reemi, Majid, and Qulsoom, their dog Speedy, and their donkey Tufaan as they travel throughout Pakistan solving mysteries. Each issue is a new stand-alone mystery, so they do not need to be read in order. Volume 2 of Sheeba and the Private Detectives contains issues 4-6: The Case of the Stolen Books, The Case of the Mysterious Bones, and The Case of The Colourful Scarf.
The Merry Adventures of Harshabardhan and Gobardhan is a collection of 20 zany stories following the two brothers named in the title; it was created by Shibram Chakraborty, who also writes himself into the stories. Dada, nicknamed for Harshabardhan being the elder brother, and Gobra, as Harshabardhan nicknamed his younger brother, both take turns finding themselves in mishaps, traps, and reckless exploration. There is no shortage of wacky, sharp-witted fun to partake in while reading Chakraborty’s brilliantly bizarre musings.