Alibaba And The Forty Thieves
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|Editor||: Folk Tales|
Illustrated retelling of the eastern tale in which a man discovers a robber's treasure trove hidden in a cave.
|Author||: Poulomi Mukherjee|
|Editor||: Campfire Graphic Novels|
A retelling of the classic Arabian legend, but set in modern-day Mumbai and the forty thieves are forty members of the Russian Mafia.
|Author||: Claudia Venturini|
|Editor||: Childs Play International Limited|
Retells the story from the Arabian Nights in which a poor woodcutter discovers a thieves' cave that requires a magic phrase to enter.
|Author||: Antoine Galland|
One day, Ali Baba sees a group of thieves enter a cave. Curious about what is in the cave, Ali Baba finds his way inside. In the cave is more gold and silver than Ali Baba has ever seen. But the thieves are angry that he has found out about their treasure. What do the angry thieves do?
|Author||: Katie Daynes,Paddy Mounter|
|Editor||: Usborne Books|
This series of books combines good stories with easy reading text for children aged six to seven years and over who have just started reading alone. The series has been developed with Alison Kelly who is an expert in early reading.
|Editor||: Classic Tales Easy Readers|
With large, clear, simple text, this series is perfect for building reading skills and confidence. Illustrated by Val Biro, each book includes helpful notes for parents. Ages 4 + SELLING POINTS: * Large, clear text * Ideal for first readers * Beautifully illustrated * Favourite, timeless stories * Collectible series
|Author||: Christy Lenzi|
|Editor||: Simon and Schuster|
This retelling of the One Thousand and One Nights tale "Ali Baba and the Forty Thieves," set in tenth-century Baghdad, is told from the perspective of Marjana, the girl who saves Ali Baba, and brings a fresh perspective to the classic story! Marjana and her little brother, Jamal, who have been slaves of Ali Baba's cruel brother ever since their mother died, are kidnapped by the Forty Thieves one night. They are able to escape, but Marjana is worried for Jamal, as he becomes drawn to their lifestyle and joins a street gang. When Marjana meets Saja, a slave who works at the bathhouse, who's also concerned about her little brother, Badi, becoming involved with the street gangs, Saja and Marjana try to get their brothers to become friends, and in turn, become friends themselves, despite Marjana's initial reluctance. Marjana's mistress, however, is more worried about what her husband's fortune will be and convinces Marjana to spy on him when the fortune-teller Abu-Zayed visits. Abu-Zayed predicts that Ali Baba will end up far richer and greater, which sends Marjana's master into a panic, especially when he learns that Ali Baba has found the secret of the Forty Thieves' cave, which indicates that the fortune is coming true. Can Marjana save her brother from joining the street gangs, all the while helping Ali Baba from the wrath of the Forty Thieves?
|Author||: Disney Book Club Staff,Walt Disney|
|Editor||: Random House Books for Young Readers|
Ali Baba the woodcutter takes some treasure from the thieves and they try to get it back.
|Editor||: OUP Oxford|
"This book is supported by a MultiROM, containing a complete dramatized audio recording of the story plus interactive activities."--P.  of cover.
The Series is beautifully illustrated so that the child easily understands the story. Also the text used in the books are big in size keeping young readers in mind.
|Author||: Sigal Adler|
|Editor||: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform|
"ONCE UPON A TIME FOLKTALES IN RHYME" * * * Here's an ancient tale told through the years Of an honest man with big hopes and fears Poor Ali Baba in his ripped, tattered sleeves, Who became a rich man thanks to some thieves.
|Author||: Sonia Gahlot|
A set of four well known stories from the 1001Arabian Nights. These beautifully illustrated bookscapture the essence of Arabic culture and customstold in a folktale format.
|Author||: Walter Crane|
|Editor||: Franklin Classics Trade Press|
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