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  • Dragon Masters #13: Eye of the Earthquake Dragon (A Branches Book)

    In the 12th book of this fantasy series, Maldred is after the powerful Gold Key! In the 13th book, Dark wizard Maldred has stolen the Gold and Silver Keys! In the 14th book, Drake’s kingdom is in trouble — a terrible earthquake has destroyed Bracken’s crops! A magical Spring Dragon has the power to save the kingdom and regrow the crops, but he lives deep inside a secret fairy world.

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  • Dragon Masters #12: Treasure of the Gold Dragon (A Branches Book)

    In the 12th book of this fantasy series, Maldred is after the powerful Gold Key! In the 13th book, Dark wizard Maldred has stolen the Gold and Silver Keys! In the 14th book, Drake’s kingdom is in trouble — a terrible earthquake has destroyed Bracken’s crops! A magical Spring Dragon has the power to save the kingdom and regrow the crops, but he lives deep inside a secret fairy world.

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  • WINGS OF FIRE #12: THE HIVE QUEEN

    Growing up in the hives, Cricket has always had a million questions. Why are trees forbidden, even in art? Why do her parents seem to hate her? And the biggest, most dangerous and secret question of all: Why is Cricket immune to Queen Wasp’s powers? Now she’s hiding again, wanted for stealing the Book of Clearsight along with her new SilkWing friends, Blue and Swordtail, and the fierce LeafWing, Sundew. The fugitives need answers, and fast, in order to prevent a LeafWingattack. But Cricket has more questions than ever. How can she stay hidden and discover the queen’s deadliest secret? And if she does succeed — can a powerless dragonet really do anything to topple a regime and stop a war?

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  • Secret School Mysteries #2: Aliens Ate My Homework

    WARNING! This book contains: 1. A nasty evil alien 2. A friendly green alien 3. Confusing identities 4. Crazy, funny misadventures WEIRD ALIENS. A HILARIOUS SHAPE-SHIFTING ADVENTURE.

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    • Binding : Paperback
    • Pages: 448 pages
    • Author : Douglas Stuart
    • Publisher : Picador
    • Date : 25 September 2020
    • Language: : English
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    • Binding: Paperback
    • Pages: 24 pages
    • Author : Perumal Murugan  (Author), Priya Kuriyan (Illustrator)
    • Publisher : Red Panda
    • Date : (17 August 2020)
    • Language: : English
    • Age : 4 – 8 years
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    • Binding : Paperback
    • Pages: 288 pages
    • Author : Marieke Lucas Rijneveld
    • Publisher : Faber & Faber
    • Date :(1 September 2020)
    • Language: : English
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  • Walk into a delightful garden full of birds, bees, nests, trees, flowers, and lots and lots of stories. A great big jamun tree and a fat cat dominate Bulbul Sharmas garden in Delhi. But the true life of this lovely patch of green are the birdssparrows, parakeets, sunbirds, doves, and many morewho come here to look for food and nectar, build nests, find friends, quarrel with one another, or simply sit and sing to each other. Bulbul writes of the magpie robin loudly interrupting the other birds; the hoopoe that calls its own name and rushes around busily; the shy golden oriole that prefers to hide in the large peepal tree; the sharp-eyed owls that watch silently and then swoop down to pick up the mouse that ventured out at night. She also describes the hectic activity around a small water body and a forest, the gathering place for sandpipers, dabchicks, snake-birds, red munias, grey partridges and many migratory birds that fly in from far-off places like the Arctic and Siberia. Filled with glorious colour illustrations, Birds in My Garden and Beyond brings to vivid life the world of Indian birds, and shows us what we need to do to look after themand make our world more beautiful.

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  • On her twelfth birthday, Nimmi Daruwala is super excited about two things: her first mobile phone and her birthday party. But too many disasters await her. Instead of unhealthy chocolates, Mrs Daruwala brings healthy non-chocolate Jowar Banana Bites for Nimmi to distribute in school. Mean girl Alisha Dubash is throwing an extravagant party for the class on the same day as Nimmis birthday celebration; Ali has signed her up for her first ever inter-school Scrabble tournament; and Miss Aatmaja transforms into her vampire-self once again thanks to the Jowar Banana Bite. And even Nimmis new phone turns on her by sending weird autocorrected messages to people.Will Nimmis friendsmainly Kabirchoose to attend her party instead of Alishas? Will she be able to come up with at least one high-scoring word at the Scrabble tournament? And above all, will Miss Aatmaja succeed in getting Nimmi expelled from Vidya World School?<'/b> . [Nimmis Spectabulous Schooldays] is fully fabcular, and so so funevious.@BAM! Books

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  • Nimmi Daruwala is back with a dreadful+fantastic=dreadtastic adventure! Nimmi Daruwala is back to school after a week of absence, thanks to some awful green-coloured jelly she ate, and its time for a dreadful+fantastic=dreadtastic adventure! While Nimmi was away, Principal Bakshi had two new ideas: beanbags for each class, and Cookaroo, a cooking competition in the school. But the beanbags in Nimmis class have burst and no one knows who did it; and Nimmi can only just about boil an egg. To top it all, Ms Atmaja is as ghastly as ever; and Sophia is now part of mean girl Alisha Dubashs Evil Threevils. But Nimmi finds unlikely friends by her side in the class nerds Diya and Kavya;and a cooking partner in the mysterious new student from America, Kabir.Will Nimmi and Kabir be able to present a decent dish at Cookaroo? And more importantly, will Nimmi be able to fulfil her ambition of becoming a detective and crack the case of the burst beanbag? Full of twists and turnsNimmis Dreadtastic Detective Daysis so funny that it will have you guffawing+chortling=gaffortling.

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  • A Bend in Time : Writings by Children on COVID -19 Pandemic

    In this collection of stories and essays by children and young adults from different parts of India, we see unbridled imagination and empathy, as they write about what is happening around them. While one writer wonders why her dreams have gone missing, another turns to history to see what lockdowns would have been like in ancient times. There are heartrending and deeply emotional stories of lives lost and the stark inequalities that the pandemic has laid bare. Some writers wonder if the star of hope will ever shine again, and others look for relief in scientific thought, in writing, and in books.Throughout the collection there runs a sense of time lost and gainedof how this phase of global history is a bend in time. Intensely honest, wise yet innocent, thoughtful and full of hope, this anthology, introduced by award-winning childrens writer Bijal Vachharajani, is a peek into the mind of a generation that could re-imagine our world and, if we are lucky, make it safer, wiser and more compassionate.

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  • Dilli Ki Shaan

    299.00

    Delhi, the capital city of India, is a land of rich and unique heritage. With the Yamuna river flowing through it and the forested Ridge area providing diverse flora and fauna, it is home to a splendid natural heritage. Entire cities have been built within Delhi over the centuries, and each of these cities is filled with distinct architectural marvels. Delhi also has varied and ever-evolving arts, crafts, customs and language, which are its valuable living heritage.Find out all about Delhi and its thriving heritage in this book. Full of interesting information and exciting activities, Dilli ki Shaan is a must read for everybody.

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  • Owlet, Not Out

    An owlet, a cricketer, a wrestler, an all-important cricket matchand everything that can go wrong is going to go wrong.Ritesh, also known as Tubby, has joined the Jai-Hind International School in Delhi along with his twin sister, Smokey. Tubby is an astonishingly gifted cricketer and is soon in the school cricketing team. That is the easy part. The difficult part is being befriended by Jyotsna, better known as Patki, the soft-hearted, big-eyed, wrestling champion who sits next to him in class. Patki is determined to be his friend, even though all Tubby wants is to glower quietly and think about and practice cricket. But soon he finds himself accompanying Patki to a nearby ancient cemetery where they befriend the mynas, parakeets and an owlet called Owlet. Then, on the day of the most important cricket match of the year, to his great dismay, Tubby finds Owlet in grave danger.What will he choose now: sports, fame and gloryor compassion, kindness and a chance to be a real friend? Ranjit Lals new novel about school, cricket and friendship is as funny as it is thought-provoking and will charm readers of all ages.

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  • The Emperor Who Vanished: Strange Facts from Indian History

    If you ever thought history is boring, this funny and astonishing book is the perfect solution!Did You Know That…One of Indias greatest emperors was erased from all history books for nearly 1,500 years? Beetles and beetle wings were a much sought-after fashion accessory once upon a time?The iron pillar in Delhis Qutub complex does not rust?A French astronomer discovered the remains of a Roman port in South India?A caravan of elephants and camels from India once paraded the frozen streets ofSt Petersburg, Russia?Dive into these and many more odd and wonderful facts from the pages of Indian history. You will find here the megacity of ancient India whose existence we know of today from the accounts of Chinese and Greek travellers; the architects who created whispering galleries; the cluster of houses in Rajasthan covered with vibrant frescoes; and the strange story of how tea came to India. Lovelorn princes who lost their kingdoms; intrepid botanists who studied and recorded every plant in the Malabar region; the poem written in praise of garlicthese are some of the nuggets that capture the peculiar, the fascinating and the eccentric bits of history the way no textbook ever will!

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  • Author: John Grisham

    Date : October 2020 

    Binding :  Paperback

    Publisher : Hodder & Stoughton

    Pages :  480 pp

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    • Author : Clive Cussler
    • Binding: Paperback
    • Date: 432 pages
    • Publisher : Michael Joseph
    • Date : (1 September 2020)
    • Language: : English
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  • Author :  Sir Jeffery Archer

    Pages : 44

    Binding : Paperback

    Age : 3 to 6

    Date : October 2020

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  • Author :  Sir Jeffery Archer

    Pages : 56

    Binding : Paperback

    Age : 3 to 6

    Date : October 2020

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  • Author :  Sir Jeffery Archer

    Pages : 44

    Binding : Paperback

    Age : 3 to 6

    Date : October 2020

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