Bheem

Author: Jyotin Goel
Publisher: Penguin Random House India Private Limited
ISBN: 9386815672
Format: PDF, ePub, Mobi
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From the battlefields of Lanka and Kurukshetra rises a deadly threat to the modern world Only one man is bold enough to confront it-the legendary warrior Bheem As Mandodari, the queen of Lanka, watches the destruction of her golden kingdom, her fury erupts as a curse. Morphing into an incurable virus, the blight takes root in the vaanars and sets out on a destructive path through the centuries. Unknown to present-day humans, the seed of their total annihilation has already been sown . . . Ripping through the vortex of time, Bheem arrives in the twenty-first century to seek out the only four humans who, with their natural immunity, can help develop an antidote. However, his quest becomes a perilous race against time, for a sworn enemy from the past-Ashvatthama-has also journeyed to the present to prevent the cure from being found. Amid the glitter and chaos of modern India, an ancient war reaches its cataclysmic finale . . .

Sept Opus

Author: Jyotin Goel
Publisher:
ISBN: 9788129135926
Format: PDF, Kindle
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Rot8 lives with his octopus family and other water creatures in the Goa SeaWorld. All his friends other than Tumboo the turtle, his best friend, make funof him because of his seven-and-a-half limbs. When an accident lands Rot8 in the lab of vet Reena Renaldo and the mad scientist Zubbu Zwami, he finds himself outfitted with a number of attachments for his half-limb.

A Godward Life

Author: John Piper
Publisher: Multnomah
ISBN: 1601428464
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A Godward Life is the first of three devotional volumes by John Piper, each feature 120 vignettes that focus on the radical difference it makes when we choose to live with God at the center of all that we do. Scripture-soaked and touching on the issues which most affect our lives today, A Godward Life is a passionate, moving, and articulate call for all believers to live their lives in conscious and glad submission to the sovereignty and glory of God.

Boskys Panchatantra

Author: Gulzar
Publisher: Rupa Publications
ISBN: 8129121182
Format: PDF
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There was once a king who had three stupid sons. A learned man visited the kingdom and offered to teach the boys the true qualities of kings-kindness, bravery and a sense of justice. He narrated them one story a day, and these became known as the well-loved Panchatantra tales. Gulzar turns these stories into story-poems, to be read aloud or enjoyed alone. He describes how a rabbit outwits a hungry lion, and tells us why a girl married a mouse. There is a story about a mosquito who was an unwelcome guest, and one about the foolish donkey who could not stop singing. Hilarious and wise, naughty and clever, this retelling of the Panchatantra by one of India's most loved writers will be treasured by readers of all ages.

School Times

Author: Ruskin Bond
Publisher:
ISBN: 9788129116499
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Who would you like to meet - the adventurous four feathers from the prep-school in Shimla or the Eurasian schoolboy and his funny grandmother who detests the dirty manners of the English? There is another option: would you like to catch up with the father

Don t You Feel Well Sam

Author: Amy Hest
Publisher: Candlewick Press
ISBN: 076362408X
Format: PDF
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When Sam has a cough, Mrs. Bear tends to him all through the cold night.