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Gamayun Tales 2

Gamayun Tales 2
  • Author(s): Alexander Utkin
  • Location(s): Russia
  • Genre(s): Children
  • Era(s): Various

Enter a world of magic and adventure in this stunning series based on traditional Russian folklore. Alexander Utkin’s Gamayun Tales are fresh and modern adaptations of familiar Slavic folktales, teamed with bold and beautiful illustrations. Jam-packed with stories of...

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Gamayun Tales 1

Gamayun Tales 1
  • Author(s): Alexander Utkin
  • Location(s): Russia
  • Genre(s): Children, Fairy Tales
  • Era(s): Various

Alexander Utkin’s Gamayun Tales are fresh and modern adaptations of familiar Russian folktales, teamed with bold and beautiful illustrations. Jam-packed with stories of magical quests and talking animals, golden chests that turn into palaces and encounters with terrifying Water...

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Tales of Brave and Brilliant Girls from Around the World

Tales of Brave and Brilliant Girls from Around the World
  • Author(s): Usborne Publishing Ltd
  • Location(s): World
  • Genre(s): Children
  • Era(s): Various

Meet a girl who fights dragons, a brave warrior queen, and a daughter in search of her Samurai father… This beautifully illustrated collection brings you eight fantastic fairy tales from around the world. Full of wit, charm, compassion and...

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I Ate Sunshine for Breakfast

I Ate Sunshine for Breakfast
  • Author(s): Michael Holland, Philip Giordano (Illustrator)
  • Location(s): World
  • Genre(s): Children, Nonfiction
  • Era(s): Contemporary

Funny and clever, with illustrations that are a feast for the eye. An instant classic – Sir Tim Smit KBE, co-founder of The Eden Project Enter the incredible world of plants to learn about the green machines of the...

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She Will Soar

She Will Soar
  • Author(s): Ana Sampson
  • Location(s): World
  • Genre(s): Poetry
  • Era(s): Various

With poems from classic, well loved poets as well as innovative and bold modern voices, She Will Soar is a stunning collection and an essential addition to any bookshelf. From the ancient world right up to the present day,...

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The Man Who Fell in Love with the Moon

The Man Who Fell in Love with the Moon
  • Author(s): Tom Spanbauer
  • Location(s): Idaho
  • Genre(s): Fiction
  • Era(s): turn 19th / 20th centuries

Set against the harsh reality of an unforgiving landscape and culture, The Man Who Fell in Love with the Moon provides a vision of the Old West unlike anything seen before. The narrator, Shed, is one of the most...

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Truly Madly Yours

Truly Madly Yours
  • Author(s): Rachel Gibson
  • Location(s): Idaho
  • Genre(s): Fiction, Romance
  • Era(s): 1990s

Where there’s a will. . . When pretty hairdresser Delaney Shaw returned home to Truly, Idaho, for the reading of her stepfather’s will, she planned on paying her respects and getting out of town. But it seems the will...

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A Family of Her Own

A Family of Her Own
  • Author(s): Brenda Novak
  • Location(s): Idaho
  • Genre(s): Fiction, Romance
  • Era(s): early 21st century

When Katie Rogers returns to Dundee, Idaho, it’s not because she wants to. It’s because she’s disillusioned, broke—and pregnant. She was going to make something of her life in the big city. Instead, she’s paying a high price for...

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The Book of Jakarta

The Book of Jakarta
  • Author(s): Maesy Ang (Editor), Teddy W Kusuma (Editor)
  • Location(s): Jakarta (Batavia)
  • Genre(s): Short Stories
  • Era(s): Contemporary

A young woman takes a driverless taxi through the streets of Jakarta, only to discover that the destination she is hurtling towards is now entirely submerged… A group of elderly women visit a famous amusement park for one last...

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Thousand Pieces of Gold

Thousand Pieces of Gold
  • Author(s): Ruthanne Lum McCunn
  • Location(s): Idaho
  • Genre(s): Fiction
  • Era(s): 1871 onwards

Lalu Nathoy’s father calls his thirteen-year-old daughter his treasure, his “thousand pieces of gold,” yet when famine strikes northern China in 1871, he is forced to sell her. She is sold first to a brothel, then to a slave...

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