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100 Wise Tales of Akbar and Birbal
 -by 50 cent

Collector's Edition

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1001 Gruesome Facts
 -by Helen Otway

Secretly fascinated by all things grotesque? Like to know the most disgusting things about the world around you? Then this fact... Read More

   
101 Great Indians
 -by Pushpa Sinha

This book is written with the objective of helping children to know our great Indians, who have made India proud.

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3 IN 1 MORE TALES FROM THE JATAKAS
 -by Amar Chitra Katha

Collection of the following titles: Deadly Feast, Hidden Treasure, Battle of the Wits

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3 Ninjas Kick Back
 -by Todd Strasser
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A Christmas Tale (Geronimo Stilton)
 -by Geronimo Stilton

Celebrate the holidays in style mouse-style, that is! Join Geronimo for his first-ever special edition. It was Christmas time o... Read More

   
A Fabumouse School Adventure
 -by Geronimo Stilton

When my nephew, Benjamin, invited me to Career Day at his school, things did not turn out the way I expected. I caused a volcan... Read More

   
A Fabumouse Vacation for Geronimo
 -by Geronimo Stilton

Sometimes a busy businessmouse like me needs a nice, relaxing vacation. But of all the rotten rats' luck - every time I tried t... Read More

   
A Little Princess
 -by Frances Hodgson Burnett

Written by British-born author Frances Hodgson Burnett and first published in 1905, A Little Princess tells the story of young ... Read More

   
A Mind of Her Own
 -by Carolyn Keene

Senior Dee Dee Smith, editor of river Heights Record, is on a collision course with her father. He wants her to attend... Read More



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