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The Blonde Lady

Author: Maurice Leblanc
Publisher: Maurice Leblanc
ISBN: 8892584413
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Maurice Marie Émile Leblanc (11 November 1864 – 6 November 1941) was a French novelist and writer of short stories, known primarily as the creator of the fictional gentleman thief and detective Arsène Lupin, often described as a French counterpart to Arthur Conan Doyle's creation Sherlock Holmes.

The Boy Who Drew Monsters

Author: Keith Donohue
Publisher: Mizan Qanita
ISBN: 6024020325
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Bagimu, mungkin monster-monster hanya ada dalam sudut benak terkelam. Tapi bagi Jack Peter, bocah lelaki pengidap Sindrom Asperger, mereka nyata. Sejak nyaris tewas tenggelam di laut di usia tujuh tahun, Jack jadi bisa melihat monster-monster. Mereka tak hanya menghantui mimpi-mimpinya, tapi juga mengintai dari setiap celah jendela dan pintu, berusaha mencari jalan masuk. Karena itulah Jack tidak mau lagi menjejakkan kaki satu langkah pun ke luar rumah Dia memilih tetap di dalam, aman, menggambar semua monster yang dia lihat. Kehidupan rumah tangga suami istri Keenan tidaklah mulus. Perselingkuhan nyaris membubarkan pasangan Holly dan Tim, tapi mereka tetap bertahan demi anak semata wayang mereka yang berkebutuhan khusus. Anak lelaki itu sudah tiga tahun tidak mau keluar rumah sama sekali, takut akan monster. Kini, ketika Holly dan Tim mulai melihat kelebatan sosok-sosok yang membuat mereka takut, mereka mempertanyakan kewarasan mereka sendiri. Mungkinkah monster-monster yang Jack lihat nyata? Hak cipta film The Boy Who Drew Monsters telah dibeli oleh New Line Cinema, dan akan diproduseri oleh James Wan, sutradara The Conjuring dan Furious 7. [Mizan Publishing, Novel, Horror, Fantasi, Fantasy, Terjemahan, Indonesia]

The Patchwork Girl Of Oz

Author: L. Frank Baum
Publisher: Courier Corporation
ISBN: 0486120244
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Delightful story of a patchwork doll brought to life, a magic spell, and more enchanting adventures in the Land of Oz. 130 black-and-white illustrations.

Peter Pan

Author: Robert Sabuda
Publisher: Simon & Schuster Children's
ISBN: 9781847383747
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The classic tale of the three Darling children in Never-Never Land with Peter Pan, the boy who would not grow up, illustrated with elaborate pop-ups. The original text is printed on fold-out booklets attached to the pages.

Robin Hood The Outlaw

Author: Alexandre Dumas
Publisher:
ISBN: 9781492839934
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This is the sequel to The Prince of Thieves which was Dumas' first book about Robin Hood. The adventurous life of the gallant Outlaw, Robin Hood, has long been a favorite theme of song and story in England. True, the Historian must often ask in vain for documents verifying the wild doings of the famous Robber. But there is a mass of legend referring to our Hero which bears the seal of genuineness upon its face and throws a flood of light on the manners and customs of his epoch. Robin Hood's biographers are not agreed as to the circumstances of his birth. While some assign him a noble origin, others dispute his title to be called the Earl of Huntingdon. Be this as it may, Robin Hood was the last Saxon who tried seriously to resist the Norman rule. The series of events forming the History we have undertaken to relate, probable and possible as they may appear, are nevertheless perhaps mere products of popular fancy, for indeed material proof of their authenticity is utterly and entirely wanting. The widespread celebrity of the Gallant Outlaw has come down to us dressed in all the fresh and brilliant hues of the first days of its origination. There is not an English author but devotes a good word or two to him. Cordun, an ecclesiastical writer of the Fourteenth Century, styles him ille famosissimus sicarius-" the most famous of bandits." Major describes him as " that most gentle Prince of Thieves." The author of a very curious Latin poem, dating from 1304, compares him with William Wallace, the hero of Scotland. The celebrated Camden says of him: "Robin Hood is the most gallant of brigands." Last but not least, Shakespeare himself, in As You Like It, desiring to portray the manner of life of the Exiled Duke and suggest how happily he is circumstanced, writes:- "They say, he is already in the forest of Arden (Ardennes), and a many merry men with him; and there they live like old Robin Hood of England; they say, many young gentlemen flock to him every day, and fleet the time carelessly, as they did in the golden world." To enumerate the names of all the authors who have eulogized Robin Hood would only exhaust the reader's patience; enough to say that in every one of the legends, songs, ballads, and chronicles that speak of him, he is universally represented as a man of noble spirit and an unequal led courage and intrepidity. He was adored not only by his companions (he was never once betrayed), but likewise by all the inhabitants of Nottinghamshire. Robin Hood affords the sole instance of one who, without canonisation as a Saint, yet has his festival. Down to the end of the Sixteenth Century, people, kings, princes, and magistrates, both in Scotland and England, celebrated our Hero's feastday by games established in his honor. Sir Walter Scott's fine romance of Ivanhoe has made Robin Hood's name familiar in France as in England. But properly to appreciate the history of his band of outlaws, we must bear in mind that, after the conquest of England by William, the Norman forest laws punished poachers by blinding and castration. The double penalty, which meant a fate worse than death, drove the unhappy wretches who had rendered themselves liable to its horrors to fly to the woods. Thus their very means of livelihood came to depend on the exercise of the same acts which had put them outside the law. The majority of these outlawed poachers belonged to the Saxon stock, dispossessed by the Conquest; so that to rob a rich Norman Baron was, after all, only recovering the property of which their fathers had been deprived. This fact, fully explained in the Epic romance of Ivanhoe and in the present account of the exploits of Robin Hood, should prevent our ever confounding these amiable outlaws with common thieves and cut-throats.

Mary Poppins And Mary Poppins Comes Back

Author: P. L. Travers
Publisher: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt
ISBN: 9780547541945
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By P.L. Travers, the author featured in the upcoming movie Saving Mr. Banks. Who can slide up banisters, banish naughtiness with a swift "Spit-spot," and turn a make-believe sidewalk drawing into a lovely day in the park? Mary Poppins, of course! This omnibus edition combines the two Mary Poppins classics, Mary Poppins and Mary Poppins Comes Back, that inspired both the 1964 movie and the Broadway musical. With the original, iconic illustrations by Mary Shepard and the heartwarming stories that have brought laughter to children all over the world, this book is chock-full of all things magical!