Ali Baba and the Forty Thieves, Aladdin, Sinbad the Sailor these are just some of the strange and amazing stories that clever Scheherazade tells to captivate her husband, King Shahryarand to save her own life Each one is fantastic than the last, filled with demons and dervishes, caliphs and genies, men transformed into dogs and monsters with eyes that glow Like the king, children will find themselves enchanted by every tale....
|Title||:||Arabian Nights: Retold from the Classic Tales (Classic Starts)|
|Publisher||:||Sterling Abridged edition February 5, 2008|
|Number of Pages||:||160 pages|
|File Size||:||797 KB|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
|Last checked||:||21 Minutes ago!|
Arabian Nights: Retold from the Classic Tales (Classic Starts) Reviews
This should be required reading for all people let alone little children who crave adventure and excitement. Turn off the TV and give your children this book, They will THANK YOU for it! This book got my son hooked on the classic adventures. Abridged by a principal at a magnet school for children, you are presenting the classics in a safe and fun way so later when they are older they will crave the more graphic adult version ensuring we live in a place with intelligent wise individuals. Reading about other cultures makes you wise and patient. Understanding and forgiving. Who could as more for there children.
Easy to read for kids.
Although my kids have not made it through all the classical series set of books we've purchased I can say the yard beautiful books, well made & a wonderful addition to our homeschool library!
This was a gift
I enjoyed reading the stories from my childhood.
A very good book to use in class or with your own children.
These book and great for anyone wanting to be introduced to the classics. The book are hardcovered and well illustrated. Our family enjoys all the books.