#1 100+ Knock Knock Jokes
This books is especially great for long trips, waiting rooms, and reading aloud at home.
- 100+ knock knock funny jokes
- Excellent for early and beginner readers
- Hours of fun and entertainment for kids and children
- Great for long trips, waiting rooms, and reading aloud
- Funny and hilarious knock knock jokes for children of all ages, teens, and adults
#2 Don Quixote
Don Quixote has become so entranced by reading chivalric romances, that he determines to become a knight-errant himself. In the company of his faithful squire, Sancho Panza, his exploits blossom in all sorts of wonderful ways. While Quixote’s fancy often leads him astray — he tilts at windmills, imagining them to be giants — Sancho acquires cunning and a certain sagacity. Sane madman and wise fool, they roam the world together, and together they have haunted readers’ imaginations for nearly four hundred years.
With its experimental form and literary playfulness, Don Quixote generally has been recognized as the first modern novel.
#3 Tales of Yudhishthira
Loyal brother, caring husband, humble victor and kind human being Yudhisthira had earned the right to eternal happiness. But he wanted his loved ones around him, and for this he was willing to endure the tortures of hell. His life was a series of tests, trials and tribulations but he never failed to rise to the occasion.
#4 AKBAR AND BIRBAL
Stories about Mughal Emperor Akbar and his witty and intelligent prime minister, Birbal, have delighted readers since time immemorial. In this lively collection, learn how an ordinary young man, Mahesh Das, became the beloved Raja Birbal we all know today, and how he uses his famous wit, time and again, to build a ‘celestial palace’ for Emperor Akbar, order a census of crows, trap a thief using a magic bamboo, and much more.
Replete with wisdom and wit, and brought to life by Tapas Guha’s beautiful illustrations, this clever collection of stories also offers valuable life lessons hidden beneath its humour.
#5 Dog Jokes: Funny Jokes for Kids
#6 The Silent Teacher
King Brahmaddatta of Varanasi was terribly upset. His son, Prince Abja, could neither walk nor sleep. The disabilities did not trouble the queen to whom her son’s silence spoke much more than words but the king was distressed. He summoned every physician in the land to diagnose the malady but no one could. What was ailing the prince? Buddhism took root in Tibet in the 7th and 10th centuries. The sacred books written in Sanskrit and Pali were translated into Tibetan by the 14th Century. Today a number of stories from those earlier years are available only in Tibetan translations. This Amar Chitra Katha is based on one of them.
#7 TINKLE HOLIDAY SPECIAL NO. 41
The Holiday Special brings with it the madness of the holidays. How else do you explain a pixie that loves to eat bricks of all things! Don’t believe us? Then check out Curtain to the Other Land. Even the animals have caught the holiday fever for they’ve taken to playacting in Animals Go Wild. And then you have The New House where something’s lurking in the darkness and Hide and Shriek where the ghosts have invented crazy games out of sheer boredom! A wild new story from the special Tantri the Mantri, made just for the Holiday Special, is Mantri Missing! Yes you read it right, Tantri has gone missing and everyone’s searching for him.
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