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  • Geronimo Stilton Classic Tales: A Christmas Carol

    Geronimo Stilton retells famouse classic stories we know and love!

    Geronimo retells the classic tale of the old cranky mouse, Ebenezer Scrooge. Scrooge has no Christmas spirit, that is until he is visited by 3 ghosts on the night of Christmas Eve.

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  • Scholastic Classics: Black Beauty Ne Pb

    “I am an old horse, and
    have seen and heard a great deal”
    As a young colt, Black Beauty enjoyed his freedom and his owners kindness. When they’re forced to sell him, he will have to learn to make his own way.

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  • Diary Of An Ice Princess #3: On Thin Ice

    A brand-new, fun-filled chapter book series that answers the question: What if Frozen’s Elsa went to regular school?

    Princess Lina is loving groundling school. Her magic is still under wraps, she hangs out with BFF Claudia every day, and soon their class is taking a field trip to see penguins at the city aquarium!

    Up in the sky, Lina’s Granddad has decided to invite her mischievous cousin Jack Frost to give Lina extra tutorials in Winterheart magic. But when Jack tags along with Lina to school, his tricks wreak havoc on the big field trip. Can Lina keep her cool and save the day?

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  • Scholastic Classics: The Jungle Book Ne Pb

    “There is no harm
    in man’s cub”
    Mowgll’s home is a jungle. He was raised by wolves and his best friend is a bear. That’s just the start of his adventures…

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  • Scholastic Classics: Five Children Ne Pb

    “Don’t you know a
    Sand-Fairy when you see one?”
    Five children discover a creature who can grant them any wish, and a series of magical adventures begins.

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  • Scholastic Classics: Wind In The Willows Ne Pb

    “What a clever
    Toad I am”
    Mole and Rat love messing about in boats, but their friend Toad longs for the excitement of the open road…

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  • Scholastic Classics: Treasure Island Ne Pb

    “Hang the treasure! It’s the glory of the sea that has turned my head”
    Thirteen-year-old Jim Hawkins is a cabin boy on a ship full of pirates looking for treasure. What could go wrong?

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  • Scholastic Classics: The Railway Children Ne Pb

    “They were not railway children to begin with”

    Father has disappeared, and Mother won’t say where he’s been taken or why. Can Roberta, Peter and
    Phyllis get him back?

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  • Scholastic Classics: Alice In Wonderland Ne Pb

    “It’s the most curious thing I ever saw in my life”
    Alice follows a white rabbit and plunges into a strange land of mysteries and wonder.
    Will she ever get home again?

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  • Scholastic Classics: Secret Garden Ne Pb

    “If you look the
    right way you can
    see that the whole
    world is a garden”
    When ten-year-old Mary Lennox is orphaned, she’s sent to live in her uncle’s huge old mansion. But what secrets are waiting inside?

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  • Scholastic Classics: White Fang Ne Pb

    “Eat or Be Eaten”
    White Fang has only ever known hunger and life in the wild. To survive in a world of men, he must tame the beast within.

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  • Scholastic Classics: Anne Of Green Gables Ne Pb

    “It’s a million times nicer
    To be Anne of Green Gables than
    Anne of nowhere in particular.”

    When Anne Shirley arrives in quiet Avonlea, she takes everyone by surprise. But soon her vivid imagination starts getting her into trouble…

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  • essential-classics-a-tale-of-two-cities

    A Tale of Two Cities is Dicken’s tale of London and Paris leading up to, and during, the dramatic upheavals of the French Revolution. After being released from Bastille prison, Doctor Manette is reunited with his daughter, Lucie, in London. When Lucie falls in love with and marries a French immiggrant, terrors return to haunt the family as France suffers the convulsions of revolution. Essential Classics is a wonderful new series that offers a quick way into a range of exciting stories. Fast-moving and accessible, each story is a shortened, dramatically illustrated version of the classic novel, which loses none of the strength and flavour of the original.

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  • heidi

    An Unabridged Children,s Classic.
    Heidi is an sprightly young orphan girl who is brought to live with her grumpy reclusive grandfather in the Swiss Alps. Her liveliness helps her to make friends of all ages, including her stern grandfather. But one fine day, her life changes when she is taken away to Frankfurt to be a companion to a differently-abled girl. Though they become friends, Heidi misses the mountains too much to be able to enjoy the comforts the family offer her.
    Will Heidi be able to go back to where she truly belongs?
    Find out in this beautiful story about a little girl who is like a breath of fresh air for everyone who comes into her life.

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  • The Adventure Of The Sherlock Holmes Vol - 3

    Sherlock Holmes is back! Presumed dead and mourned by his friends, the famous detective surfaces again, his powers undiminished. Messages that look like strings of dancing men appear in a country squire’s home. A Young woman is followed by a mysterious cyclist. Six Napolean busts are destroyed for no apparent reason. These mysteries and many more are brought to the house on the Baker Street where Sherlock Holmes resides. But no case is too tricky for the world’s most famous sleuth and his incredible powers of deduction.

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  • the-panchatantra-three-brothers-and-the-flower-of-gold

    The funniest (or rather cleverest) thing about our Master’s stories was the way they fitted one inside the other, growing smaller and smaller till there was “no room for more. Except, in our Master’s stories, there was always room for more…”
    Just as Vishnu Sharma’s enriching tales hooked the three young princes in the traditional Panchatantra, you will be
    drawn into this modern, fun and bold rendering of that timeless classic. Sampurna Chattarji weaves both familiar and unfamiliar stories together to make a complex, colourful and compelling new tale, told in the voices of the young boys, who are brought to life as never before. Structurally close to the original, she imbues the narrative with humour and vitality. The result is the first complete Panchatantra for children relevant, real and right for the twenty-first century.

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  • Scholastic Classics: The Jungle Book (Se Live-Action Version)

    Feel the spirit of the jungle calling. When a pack of jungle wolves find a baby in a basket, they raise the human ‘cub’ as their own. The boy Mowgli grows up with the creatures of the jungle: his wolf family, Bagheera the panther and Baloo the bear. But not all the animals are friendly. Least of all, Mogwli’s nemesis: Shere Khan the cunning tiger…

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  • Gullivers Travels

    Gulliver’s Travels recounts the story of Lemuel Gulliver, an Englishman who takes to the seas when his business fails. In this book, Gulliver narrates the adventures that befall him on these travels. This book features in the reading list recommended by the CBSE.

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  • essential-classics-hucklebery-finn

    Huckleberry Finn, by Mark Twain, was published in 1884.
    It tells the story of a young boy, Huckleberry Finn, the
    friend of Tom Sawyer, and his adventures on and around
    the great Mississippi River with a runaway slave, Jim.

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  • The Prisoner Of Zenda

    The Prisoner of Zenda is a classic swashbuckling story which has everything: Romance, action, adventure, drama and treachery.

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