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daksha

Daksha lives in a remote hamlet in the Himalayas. After losing her family to flashfloods, she grows up in the village community and gains knowledge of herbal medicine by helping the Vaidya. A chance encounter opens up a new life that includes schooling. But Daksha longs for her mountain home….This is an inspirational story set …

 
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Story of Solar Energy – A comprehensive look at solar energy in a comic book style layout. This book includes a review of energy and industrialisation, the current state of solar energy and how important it is to our future, and several solar energy projects. This book is very suitable for researching school science projects …

 
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thestoryofphysics

The Story Of Physics A comic book style story about the progress and concepts of physics through the ages. Great for a school project and for learning history. A Public Domain book from Arvind Gupta Toys. By: Avinash Deshpande    

 
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annabella hostage free YA book

Annabella Crabtree Hostage – Iblis, Prince of Darkness in the Other World, is demanding Annabella Crabtree be returned to his control. In an attempt to avoid a war between the Dark and the Light, she is betrayed and spirited to France in the time of Caesar’s Gallic wars where she must survive, dependent only on …

 
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alice in wonderland

Alice sees a white rabbit with a waist coat and pocket watch disappearing down a rabbit hole, what follows depicts the epitome of children’s imagination, a classic fantasy tale, combined with subtle logic based adult intricacies in Lewis Carroll’s (Charles Dodgeson – mathematician) classic tale of Alice in Wonderland that can be enjoyed at any …

 
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theadventuresofhuckleberryfinn

Mark Twain writes: Persons attempting to find a narrative will be prosecuted; persons attempting to find a moral will be banished; persons attempting to find a plot will be shot. A classic tale of a young boy, written by a legendary writer. Wiki notes: It is a colourful description of people and places along the …

 
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what the moon saw

What the Moon Saw, A scanned illustrated copy of Hans Christian Anderson’s classic stories. Engraved Etchings by AW Bayes, Translated by HW Dulcken Published 1866 George Routledge and Sons, London By: Hans Christian Anderson Excerpt What the Moon Saw and Other Stories INTRODUCTION. IT is a strange thing, that when I feel most fervently and most …

 
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themerryadventuresofrobinhood

The original classic tale of Robin Hood, a vigilante robbing the rich to give to the poor, and saving Nottingham from it’s tyrannical rulers. The book is a reformatted version of the original text as published in 1883. By: Howard Pyle Excerpt from The Merry Adventures of Robin Hood How Robin Hood Came to Be an …

 
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peter pan

Peter Pan: The Boy Who Would Not Grow Up – The original script for the play of the classic tale of Peter Pan, first performed at Duke of York’s Theatre London’s Westend, 27th December 1904, and running for 145 performances. By: J.M. Barrie   Excerpt: Some disquieting confessions must be made in printing at last the play …

 
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achristmascarol

A Christmas Carol the classic tale of Ebenezer Scrooge and the ghosts of Christmas past, present, and future. By: Charles Dickens   Excerpt: Marley was dead: to begin with. There is no doubt whatever about that. The register of his burial was signed by the clergyman, the clerk, the undertaker, and the chief mourner. Scrooge signed it. And …

 
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