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The first rain of the season is here and everyone is keen to help Baba sow seeds in the vegetable garden. Baba gives seeds to Ananya, Veer and Mummy to sow. But no one knows what plant they are growing. It is going to be a surprise. Veer, Baba and Mummy’s plants grow, big and flowers and then little fruits appear on them. Ananya’s plant only has leaves growing bigger and bigger. No flowers, no fruits. On HARVEST DAY everyone has fruits to harvest from their plants. Everyone, except Ananya. What was she to harvest when her plant did not bear any fruits?
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THE 5@20 COLLECTION
Weekly deals on five books from Friday to Friday! 20% off on each!
Dive into the hilarious world of Wodehouse with a beautiful box set containing six of his most-loved novels. Perfect for both new readers and long-time fans, this collection contains best-selling classics from Britain’s greatest comedy writer.
This box set includes…
Joy in the Morning
The Inimitable Jeeves
The Code of the Woosters
Blandings Castle and Elsewhere
Uncle Fred in the Springtime
Together, they watch over the Endless Woods. Together, they choose the students for the School for Good and Evil. Together they train them, teach them, prepare them for their fate.
Then, something happens. Something that will change everything and everyone. Who will survive? Who will rule the School?
The journey starts here. With magic, surprises and daring deeds at every turn, courage and loyalty will be put to the test, only to lead you to the very beginning of the adventures that are The School for Good and Evil.
You would think having saved the world from Armageddon would have its perks, but sadly there are no happily ever afters. Because evil never sleeps. We battled the Angel of Death and prevented the trumpet of Israfil from being blown. But Iblis, the Devil King, is after yet another artefact that can bring him back to life.
Now my crew and I race against time to find the famed Water of Life. And as luck would have it, it is said to be hidden in the legendary tomb of-wait for it-Alexander the Great. What fate!
The Hitopadesha—which literally means good advice—was composed in Sanskrit sometime between the ninth and tenth centuries CE by Pandit Narayana. Arranged in four fascinating sections—Winning Friends, Losing Friends, Waging War, and Making Peace—the vignettes that comprise the text include tales of anthropomorphized birds and animals who are imbued with all too human qualities and frailties.
Using humour, satire, and unconventional methods of narration, the stories in the collection prescribe canny and pragmatic responses to a range of very human situations, ambitions, problems, and dilemmas.
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