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Rosso Malpelo e altre novelle
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Verga, Giovanni

Rosso Malpelo e altre novelle / Giovanni Verga ; a cura di Moreno Giannattasio

Loreto : La Spiga, c2013

LeggerMente. Racconti d'autore

Little Monk's Ganesha
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Pandey, Pooja

Little Monk's Ganesha / Pooja Pandey

[S.l.] : Wisdom Tree, [2008]

Abstract: This book is suitable for ages 9 to 12 years. Each of the illustrated stories in this book provides children with different aspects of Ganesha, be it his mischief, humour, devotion to his mother or his gentle, compassionate nature.

Hanuman, the mighty God
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Hanuman, the mighty God / [Sundeep Gujjar]

[New Dehli] : Om Books International, [2008]

Ganesha, the God of prosperity
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Ganesha, the God of prosperity / [Dawar Sonalini]

[New Dehli] : Om Books International, [2008]

Abstract: This book is based on the life of Lord Ganesha. This book includes these stories: Ganesh's Divine Birth, The Playful Child, Ganesha Gets His Vehicle, Ganesha Competes with His Brother, Ganesha Curses the Moon, Ganesha and Analasura, Ganesha Humbles Kubera, Ganesha Breaks Ravana's Dreams, Ganesha and His Borken Tursk.

Shiva
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Shiva : the destroyer of all evil / [edited by Sonalini Dawar]

[New Dehli] : Om Books International, [2008]

Abstract: This book is based on the life of Lord Shiva. This book includes these stories: Shiva and Sati, *Shiva and Parvati, *Shiva: The Greatest of Them All, *Shiva Gets His Blue Throat, *Shivarathi, *Shiva Teaches Humility.

Dashavtar: ten divine forms of Vishnu
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Dashavtar: ten divine forms of Vishnu / Sonalini Dawar

[New Dehli] : Om Books International, [2008]

Abstract: This book is based on the life of Lord Dashavtar. This book includes these stories: Matsya (Fish): The First Avtar, Kurma (Tortoise): The Second Avtar, Varaha (Boar): The Third Avtar, Narasimha (Man and Lion): The Fifth Avtar, Parashurama: The Sixth Avtar, Rama: The Seventh Avtar, Krishna: The Eighth Avtar, Buddhar: The Ninth Avtar, Kalki: The Tenth Avtar.

Le petit Nicolas
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Goscinny, René - Sempé, Jean Jacques

Le petit Nicolas / Sempe-Goscinny

Paris : Denoel, stampa 2006

Le corsaire noir et autres romans exotiques
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Salgari, Emilio

Le corsaire noir et autres romans exotiques / Emilio Salgari ; traduit par Jean Fargeau

[S.l.] : Laffont, 2002

Abstract: Ce sont Le Corsaire Noir et Les Mystères de la jungle noire qui, dès la fin du XIXe siècle, ont bâti la célébrité d'Emilio Salgari (1862-1911). Le succès de ces romans fut immédiat, engendrant de nombreuses traductions et adaptations. Récemment encore, la télévision et la bande dessinée se sont emparées des aventures de Sandokan. Mais le texte était devenu introuvable en français. Le voici à nouveau, accompagné d'autres aventures qui lui font suite, car Salgari avait l'habitude de construire des cycles romanesques, tout comme Alexandre Dumas, Fenimore Cooper, Eugène Sue et Jules Verne ou Karl May, dont il est le digne émule. En effet, Salgari est sans doute le romancier italien le plus productif et le plus populaire. Avant de se consacrer à l'écriture, il avait beaucoup voyagé, au point de se construire une véritable légende de loup de mer. Toutefois, s'il a sans doute parcouru nombre de pays lointains qu'il a décrit, il a probablement vagabondé davantage encore dans son imagination. Et celle-ci est sans limite. Salgari n'a pas son pareil pour camper un décor exotique dans lequel évoluent ses personnages, aventuriers hors du commun, plus critiques à l'égard de la civilisation de leur temps que la moyenne des héros de récits d'aventures. Ainsi, Salgari n'hésite pas, à travers ses romans, à dénoncer les méfaits du colonialisme. Mais il reste avant tout le grand maître de l'exotisme et du suspens, celui qui ne cesse de captiver l'enfant qui sommeille en chacun de nous. Robert Kopp

La edad  de  oro
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Martí, José

La edad de oro / Jose Marti

La Habana : Gente nueva, 1999

Abstract: La Edad de Oro fue una revista mensual para los niños, de José Martí. La Edad de Oro mantiene su frescura, belleza y vigencia más de un siglo después, hablando a los niños en un lenguaje universal que no conoce tiempos ni distancias. La primera revista vio la luz en julio de 1889, durante la estancia de Martí en Nueva York para preparar la guerra que le daría la independencia a Cuba del colonialismo español, y en la que Martí perdería la vida. Realizando un esfuerzo sobrenatural entre tantas responsabilidades, Martí logró publicar 4 números de la revista La Edad de Oro.

Franny  and  Zooey
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Salinger, Jerome David

Franny and Zooey / J.D. Salinger

Boston [etc.] : Little, Brown and Company, 1991

Abstract: The author writes: Franny came out in The New Yorker/EM Zooey. Both stories are early, critical entries in a narrative series I'm doing about a family of settlers in twentieth-century New York, the Glasses. It is a long-term project, patently an ambitious one, and there is a real-enough danger, I suppose, that sooner or later I'll bog down, perhaps disappear entirely, in my own methods, locutions, and mannerisms. On the whole, though, I'm very hopeful. I love working on these Glass stories, I've been waiting for them most of my life, and I think I have fairly decent, monomaniacal plans to finish them with due care and all-available skill.

Raise   high  the roof beam, carpenters
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Salinger, Jerome David

Raise high the roof beam, carpenters ; and Seymour an introduction / J.D. Salinger

Boston [etc.] : Little, Brown and company, 1991

Abstract: Two long short stories about Salinger's Glass family, previously published in The New Yorker. Both stories are about the life and tragic death of Seymour Glass, the eldest of the Glass children, and his siblings' reaction to it. The events are seen through the eyes of Seymour's brother Buddy, who is often said to be a portrait of Salinger himself. His rambling narrative is revealing of himself as well as of his brother, and explores the quest for enlightenment and wisdom that preoccupies both of them.