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Table Book: Tables 1 to 40
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Tables are the most important part of learning for children after alphabet and numbers. No one can be a good doctor, engineer, teacher or scientist without learning tables.

The book has been developed specially for children, containing multiplication tables from 1 to 40 where children have an opportunity to read and learn to lead a better future. The book also provides basic learning of Geometrical Shapes, The Number System, Even and Odd Numbers, Test of Divisibility, Squares and Cubes, Measurement of Time, Jubilee Celebration, The Metric Systems, Days in a Month, Mathematical Symbols, The Hindu-Arabic and International Numeration Systems, and Indian Currency for enhanced learning of the little scholars.

Tables, Numbers & More...
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Tales From Grand Ma
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Containing 44 fables in this book which we heard from our grandmother in our childhood.

Tales From Grand Pa
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Containing 44 fables in this book which we heard from our grandfather in our childhood

Tales of Akbar & Birbal
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all time favourite is a Set of Eight Books.Each Books ontain a collection of finest stories

Tales of Arabian Nights
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Tales of Pirates & Blue Water
By: Sir Arthur Conan Doyle
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This book is about the greatest sea adventure stories, written by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle - creator & writer of Sherlock Holmes, one of the best known adventure & detective masterpiece of all time.

Tales of Vikram and Betaal
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The Adventure of Huckleberry Finn
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The Adventure of Huckleberry Finn
By: MARK TWAIN
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Huckleberry Finn lives a comfortable life with Miss Watson and the Widow Douglas, but Huck hungers for adventure and freedom from their attempts to “sivilize” him. Huck’s deadbeat father returns and kidnaps him in an effort to claim a large sum of money that Huck earned as a reward for helping capture some robbers. Huck fakes his own death to escape from his father, and then takes to the river in a canoe. As Huck is hiding out, he meets Miss Watson's runaway slave, Jim. The two set off on a great adventure down the Mississippi to help Jim gain his freedom. Along the way, they spend time with wealthy folks and scoundrels. They are even reunited with Huck’s friend Tom Sawyer before discovering that Miss Watson’s death has left Jim a free man.

The Adventure of Tom Sawyer
By: Mark Twain
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Miffed about being made to whitewash the fence on a Sunday morning, Tom Sawyer tricks one of his friends to do the work for him, as he sits on the pavement, happily munching on an apple. Thus begins the series of Tom’s adventures and misadventures. Orphaned and staying with his Aunt Polly, the mischievous Tom manages to create quite a storm in the small village. He runs away to an uninhabited island, falls in love, digs up treasure and saves an innocent man. Mark Twain’s timeless story of Tom Sawyer will take you through a journey of evolving friendships, budding romance and thrilling adventures.
Satirical and nostalgic, Mark Twain’s epic masterpiece, the Adventures of Tom Sawyer, brings out the inequities of adult reality from beneath the innocence of childhood.
The Adventures of Tom Sawyer has been widely adapted into feature films and television series. it is followed by Adventures of Huckleberry Finn.

The Adventure of Tom Sawyer
By: MARK TWAIN
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Tom Sawyer is young, imaginative and mischievous and lives with his Aunt Polly and half-brother Sid in a Mississippi town. A young girl, Becky Thatcher moves into town and Tom falls in love with her. They have a tiff and Tom is off to the town graveyard with his best friend Huckleberry Finn, where they witness the wicked Injun Joe murder Doctor Robinson. When this comes to light, Injun Joe blames Muff Potter. Obviously this is too much for a young Tom to take, and he is afraid to tell what he knows. He, Huck and their friend Joe Harper decide to become pirates and camp on an island in the river. When they come to know that Aunt Polly thinks they are all dead and a funeral is planned, they return home in a hurry. Once back, Tom feels braver and decides to testify against Injun Joe, who escapes from the law but ultimately dies starving in a cave and Tom and Huck find his hidden treasure.

The Adventures of Robin Hood
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The Adventures of Robinhood
By: HOWARD PYLE
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The book is an 1883 novel consisting of a series of episodes in the story of the English outlaw Robin Hood and his band of Merry Men. It begins with the incident that forces Robin to become an outlaw, and progresses to how several individual characters joined his group of Merry Men and the adventures they had. There are fights galore, and Robin often ends up on the losing side. However, the winner always ends up joining his band. Robin's love for disguises also shines forth in the adventures involving an archery competition and his impersonation of a butcher where he sits and dines with his arch enemy, the Sheriff of Nottingham. He also finds the time to prevent a forced marriage and get the bride married to her lover. The book ends on a happy note with King Richard the Lionheart making an appearance in Nottingham. Intrigued by stories about Robin Hood, he expresses an interest to meet the outlaw......