Ganesha (Amar Chitra Katha) by Anant Pai

By Anant Pai

Ganesha respected in India because the remover of hindrances is at the beginning an obedient son. status protect at his mother's door, this son of Parvati refuses to enable an individual via. Even Lord Shiva is denied access! This war of words among father and son has one priceless consequence - the emergence of Ganesha, the elephant-headed god of knowledge.

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Mr. Wolf's Week (Mr. Wolf Books) by Colin Hawkins

By Colin Hawkins

What is the time Mr. Wolf; inform the time with Mr Wolf as he is going in the course of the day. yet beware of him at mealtimes! Mr Wolf's Birthday shock; Mr. Wolf will get very move certainly while he discovers that his pals are all too busy to play with him. the place are all of them going with out him? Mr Wolf's Week; research the times of the week with Mr. Wolf as he clothes up and units off every day on one other hilarious event.

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DK Eyewitness Books: Car by Richard Sutton

By Richard Sutton

Autos have come far within the century or so on the grounds that they have been invented. This fantastic choice of in particular commissioned photos exhibits how autos have replaced and constructed, from the risks of the early pioneering types to the advanced speedsters of this present day.

See a horseless carriage and boneshaker, the stylish classics of the Thirties, and the relatives automobiles of the Nineteen Fifties. each point of the car's tale is illustrated through an in depth examine a selected automobile, akin to the version T Ford, a classic Rolls Royce and a Nineteen Thirties Holden.

Written through Richard Sutton, Car is a compelling and informative consultant to the background and improvement of automobiles.

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Gopal and the Cowherd (Amar Chitra Katha) by Anant Pai

By Anant Pai

Gopal the son of a negative widow needed to visit university, passing via a wooded area, of which he was once afraid. His mom instructed him to name for 'brother' lord Krishna. Gopal's worry used to be long gone. His instructor used to be additionally confident of the looks of 'brother' at Gopal's calling. This tale was once incorporated in "Cradle stories of Hinduism" via Sister Nivedita, an Anglo-Irish social employee who switched over to Hinduism as a disciple of Swami Vivekananda.

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Magic Grove: A Jain Tale ( Amar Chitra Katha Comics ) by Anant Pai

By Anant Pai

The snake which took safe haven from snake charmers in Vidyutprabha's lap was once really a divine being. The thankful deity granted the younger lady a boon. She could continuously have a shady grove full of fruit-laden timber holding her and her livestock from the blazing solar. however the magic grove replaced Vidyutprabha's existence without end

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