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Ali Baba and the Forty Thieves by Andrew Lang Book Summary:
Stressing on the concept of learning while playing, this book tells the fascinating story of Ali Baba and the Forty Thieves. To help the reader understand the story better, it contains a variety of activities such as colouring, joining the dots, finding the hidden figure, arranging in ascending\descending order, finding the way, crossword, word bank, etc.
Forty Thieves by Thomas Perry Book Summary:
Married sleuths cross paths with married assassins in this “priceless” mystery by the bestselling author of the Jane Whitefield series (The New York Times). Sid and Ronnie Abel are a first-rate husband-and-wife detective team, both ex-LAPD. Ed and Nicole Hoyt are married assassins-for-hire living in the San Fernando Valley. Except for deadly aim with a Glock 17, the couples have little in common—until they’re hired to do damage control on the same murder. The body of research scientist James Ballantine has been pulled from a storm sewer, with two bullet holes in the back of his head. With the case turning cold, Ballantine’s former employers bring in the Abels to succeed where the police have failed. As for the Hoyts, their mysterious contractors want to make sure that the facts about Ballantine’s death stay hidden. Now the Abels must try to survive as they circle ever closer to the truth, and to a dangerous pair guarding it with their lives. From “a master of nail-biting suspense” (Los Angeles Times), comes a “propulsive, darkly humorous” (Publishers Weekly) “double-barreled Southern California thriller that moves almost faster than a speeding bullet” (The Wall Street Journal).
Sindbad the Sailor and Ali Baba and the Forty Thieves by Joseph Benwell Clark Book Summary:
Purchase of this book includes free trial access to www.million-books.com where you can read more than a million books for free. This is an OCR edition with typos. Excerpt from book: NOTE In the Cairo Edition of the Thousand and One Nights, the text of the Seventh Voyage of Es-SiNDiuAo of the Sea differs from the version given in the Calcutta Edition. Subjoined is a translation of the Cairo text. THE SEVENTH VOYAGE OF ES-SINDIBAD OF THE SEA As related in the Cairo Edition of the Thousand and One Nights j]NOW, O company, said Es-Sindibad of the Sea, that when I returned from the sixth voyage, and resumed my former life of enjoyment and pleasure, and sport and merriment, I remained thus for a length of time in uninterrupted joy and happiness, night and day, and had acquired abundant gains and great profits. Then my soul again longed for diversion in other countries, and voyaging upon the sea, and associating with the merchants, and hearing news. So I resolved upon that. I packed up bales suited for the sea, consisting of costly commodities, and conveyed them from the city of Baghdad to the city of El-Basrah, where I saw a ship prepared for a voyage, and in her was a company of great merchants. I therefore embarked with them, and made myself familiar with them, and we set forth in safety and health on our voyage. The wind was fair to us until we arrived at a city called the City of China, and we were in the utmost joy and happiness, conversing together on travel and commerce.But while we were in this state, a stormy wind rose from the quarter a-head of the ship, and there fell upon us a violent rain, by which we were wetted, and our bales also; wherefore we covered the bales with felt and canvas, fearing that the goods would be spoiled by the rain; and we began to supplicate God (whose name be exalted ), and to humble ourselves before Him, that He might remove the affliction that had befallen us. And thereupon the master of the ship arose, ...
The Forty Thieves by Christy Lenzi Book Summary:
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 working 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 escape the wrath of the Forty Thieves?
Grand Comic Christmas Pantomime, The Forty Thieves by Frank W. Green Book Summary:
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Ali Baba: or a Night with the 40 Thieves. A piece of oriental extravaganze [in two acts and in verse]. by John Robert O'NEILL Book Summary:
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Ali Baba and the Forty Thieves by The Nights,CREATESPACE INDEPENDENT PUB Book Summary:
In a town in Persia, there lived two brothers, one named Cassim, the other Ali Baba. Their father left them scarcely anything; but as he had divided his little property equally between them, it would seem that their fortune ought to have been equal; but chance determined otherwise. Cassim married a wife, who soon after became heiress to a large sum, and to a warehouse full of rich goods; so that he all at once became one of the richest and most considerable merchants, and lived at his ease. Ali Baba, on the other hand, who had married a woman as poor as himself, lived in a very wretched habitation, and had no other means to maintain his wife and children but his daily labour of cutting wood, and bringing it to town to sell, upon three asses, which were his whole substance.
The Case of the Forty Thieves by John Rhode Book Summary:
The Case of the Forty Thieves, first published in 1953 (and also published under the title Death at the Inn), is part of the series of mysteries featuring private detective Dr. Priestley. Author John Rhode, a pen name of Cecil Street (1884-1964), was a prolific writer of mostly detective novels, publishing more than 140 books between 1924 and 1961. From the dustjacket: It was the veteran sleuth Dr. Priestley who first suspected that an outbreak of scattered robberies throughout a wide radius around London was the work of a single crime syndicate. Inspector Jimmy Waghorn of Scotland Yard investigated each case separately - the missing Persian rug, the stolen mail bag, the two-gallon drum of narcotic poison and other robberies. Here are half a dozen mysteries combined into one master plot, a story packed with action, suspense and some unusually shrewd police work by two of Scotland Yard's top operators - the indefatigable Jimmy Waghorn and the veteran crime analyst Dr. Priestley.
The "Forty Thieves" and Seventy Million "suckers" by Joseph Willmott Johnson Book Summary:
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The History of Ali Baba and the Forty Thieves - The Banbury Cross Series by Grace Rhys Book Summary:
The Banbury Cross Series was a collection of 12 volumes of books edited by Grace Rhys and published in London by Dent in the 1890s. Each book is attractively illustrated with full page and partial page pen and ink drawings in a classic Art Nouveau style by leading artists of the era. Here the Eastern classic Ali Baba is reworked and presented with H. Granville Fell's stunning black and white illustrations that beautifully complement the oriental traditions of the tale. Many of the earliest children's books, particularly those dating back to the 1900s and before, are now extremely scarce and increasingly expensive. Pook Press are working to republish these classic works in affordable, high quality editions, using the original text and artwork so these works can delight another generation of children.
Further Notes on "Ali Baba and the Forty Thieves" ... by Duncan Black Macdonald Book Summary:
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Ali Baba, or the Forty Thieves by Unknown Book Summary:
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