The short stories included in this book acquaint perusers with new universes and intriguing individuals. First up, there's Tutu, the monkey who adores to blend up inconvenience for Aunt Ruby. Auntie Ruby winds up goaded when he keeps running off with her valuable neckband. Will she figure out how to get it back? In another story, a pet python all of a sudden appears in the most surprising spots, causing commotion as he shows up.
At that point comes a shrewd phantom who delights himself by aggravating up the inhabitants of the house, at whatever point he is exhausted. The book has a story where the heroes, three kids, are stranded and compelled to endure a tempest on a spooky slope.
One story likewise includes a craftiness criminal, who is adroit at getting away from each and every time. Be that as it may, one day, his still, small voice improves of him. Does he figure out how to abandon his old way of life and turn into a fair man? This accumulation even contains a diverting anecdote about the celebrated around the world Himalayan bears. They appreciate glutting on plums, apricots and pumpkins.
One story in Great Stories For Children stars the maestro, Ruskin Bond, himself. While remaining at a resort, he experiences a phantom in the dead of the night. What does the phantom need? Will Bond figure out how to leave away securely?
Harry Potter has never even heard of Hogwarts when the letters start dropping on the doormat at number four, Privet Drive. Addressed in green ink on yellowish parchment with a purple seal, they are swiftly confiscated by his grisly aunt and uncle. Then, on Harry's eleventh birthday, a great beetle-eyed giant of a man called Rubeus Hagrid bursts in with some astonishing news: Harry Potter is a wizard, and he has a place at Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry.
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For it is said— “Dogs are not our whole life, but they make our lives whole.” He ran away with a shoe from the cobbler’s shack. Sitting in the middle of the road, chewing on a bone, he was unaware of the bus above him. Spotting a few scattered sheep and goats, he anticipated fun and action. A foolhardy fighter. But above all, the perfect companion, guard, and saviour . . . Meet FLUFFY, the cutest, wild-spirited Lhasa Apso! In the sleepy Himalayan suburb of Shimla, life had been quite laidback. And then one evening came a most unexpected phone call. A canine was on its way; the little girl would soon have a companion. And thus began this true story of an undying friendship. Of an inseparable bond between Fluffy and his little mistress. Join in their escapades as they glide from innocence to maturity, exploring the Himalayan wilderness.
A heart-warming tale of the selfless love and boundless devotion that only canines are capable of showering, Anita Krishan’s Fluffy and Me will take you on an emotional journey full of laughter and tears, fun and fear. Moving, sensitive, hilarious, and deeply touching . . . an unpretentious story of love!
Some people see things as they are and turn them happily out of shape while retaining the core. That is the essence of humor and only a few individuals are blessed with felicity to take everyday situations and give them an extra dimension. Nickunj has this talent in abundance and adds to it that equally rare capacity of her subject. Whether she is messing about experimenting in the kitchen or declaring war on the weighing machine or pulling apart siblings, her inside takes on life as she sees it is replete with lashings of laughter and a refreshing warmth that comes from employing humor sans malice.
About the Author: Nickunj Malik's journalistic career began when she walked into the office of Khaleej Times in Dubai twenty-two years ago and got the job. Since then, her articles have appeared in various newspapers including star (South Africa), business times (Tanzania), Bahrain tribune (Bahrain) and Jordan Times (Jordan), where she was a weedly contributor. She is presently based in Amman and is married to a banker who loves numbers more than words. They have one daughter.
Summary of the Book Archie Andrews has been juggling between his feelings for the suave and sophisticated Veronica Lodge and the pretty and simple Betty Cooper. It is finally time to make the choice of a lifetime. Archie must marry one of the two girls. But who is it going to be? How will this change Riverdale forever, and how will this affect Betty and Veronica’s love-hate relationship? Watch Archie and his chosen bride settle down and have a family in this hilarious classic for all Archie fans.
About the Authors: Michael Ulsan and Stan Goldberg’s iconic run on Archie Comics with The Married Life series is considered one of its best-selling storylines. Ulsan is a movie producer, known for producing all the Batman movies beginning from Tim Burton’s Batman to Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice. He was also the first instructor to teach an accredited course on comic book folklore at the university level. Goldberg has worked on Archie Comics for several years, and he is also remembered for his work with Marvel Comics.