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Sonali S Friend

Author : Alaka Shankar
ISBN : 817011103X
Genre : Crows
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A Little Child Wants To Be Friendly With A Crow But The Crow Plays True To Nature And Robs The Child Of A Biscuit.

And Then She Said Yes

Author : Rajarshi Motilal
ISBN : 9789352017706
Genre : Fiction
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My Best Friend

Author : Laura Wilson
ISBN : 9781780879468
Genre : Fiction
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A quiet Suffolk village, 1944: Fourteen-year-old Gerald Haxton is a lonely boy who regards his still-born twin brother Jack as his only friend. His mother, a famous children's writer, guards Jack's memory jealously, claiming him as the model for the boy detective in her series of adventure stories, and Gerald, disturbed and unpopular, has no hope of ever measuring up to him. Playing in the woods near his home, Gerald discovers the body of his elder sister buried in a shallow grave. She has been beaten to death with a wooden stake and her boyfriend, a young G.I., is hanged for the crime. London 1995: As the country prepares to celebrate the 50th anniversary of VE Day, Gerald, who remains a loner, is nearing retirement. Obsessed by routine, he still talks to his dead brother Jack. Surrounded by nostalgic artefacts at the TV prop-hire company where he works, he is constantly reminded of the past, and, with it, his sister Vera's death. Hoping to escape his lonely existence, he takes to following Mel, the twelve-year-old daughter of a colleague. A few days later, Mel, who bears a striking resemblance to Vera, disappears...

Monsoon Wedding Fever

Author : Shoma Narayanan
ISBN : 9780373178445
Genre : Fiction
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Riya is shocked to find the man who broke her heart, Dhruv, has returned to India for her roommate's wedding and a possible arranged marriage.

Best Friends Forever

Author : Sonali Fry
ISBN : 9781416938989
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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When Holly visits the run-down house on the end of the street, she discovers that the owner is a nice old woman, not a witch, so Holly and her friends come up plan to help Ms. Crow out when the government takes her property away.

Mumbai To Stockholm Via New York

Author : Dan Mayur
ISBN : 9781469191737
Genre : Travel
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This Book is a collection of entertaining, informative, and hard-hitting essays, Dan Mayur presents an insightful, ground-level view of the prevailing socioeconomic situation in the US, India, and Sweden. He has spent a considerable amount of time in these countries and his affection for them is transparent in the book. In a familial analogy, he says, India is my loving mother who raised and influenced me, America is my wonderful spouse to whom I am committed for life, and Sweden is a cherished dear friend. The essays present a forceful and candid expos and analysis of the political and social problems and suggest possible solutions where appropriate. Written for the general reader in a lucid language, this book will be of interest to a wide audience of teachers, students, travelers, and people with curiosity and specific interest in current global happenings.

Wave

Author : Sonali Deraniyagala
ISBN : 9781405520652
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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The book opens and we are inside the wave: thirty feet high, moving at twenty-five mph, racing two miles inland. And from there into the depths of the author's despair: how to live now that her life has been undone? Sonali Deraniyagala tells her story - the loss of her two boys, her husband, and her parents - without artifice or sentimentality. In the stark language of unfathomable sorrow, anger, and guilt: she struggles through the first months following the tragedy -- someone always at her side to prevent her from harming herself, her whole being furiously clenched against the reality she can't face; and then reluctantly emerging and, over the ensuing years, slowly allowing her memory to function again. Then she goes back through the rich and joyous life she's mourning, from her family's home in London, to the birth of her children, to the year she met her English husband at Cambridge, to her childhood in Colombo while learning the balance between the almost unbearable reminders of her loss and her fundamental need to keep her family, somehow, still with her.

The Sand Castle Contest

Author : Sonali Fry
ISBN : 9781416933427
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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When Holly and her friends compete against Robby and Kyle to build the best sandcastle, they get into trouble when both sandcastles are destroyed minutes before the judging starts.

My Finest Friends

Author : Sonali Fry
ISBN : 1416927654
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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Mole Bear introduces his friends from the Land of Milk and Honey, telling how Dandy Lion, Lilly, Rue Rabbit, and Spruce Goose spend their days. On board pages.

Cosmopolitan Publics

Author : Shuang Shen
ISBN : 0813546990
Genre : Literary Criticism
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Early twentieth-century China paired the local community to the worldùa place and time when English dominated urban-centered higher and secondary education and Chinese-edited English-language magazines surfaced as a new form of translingual practice. Cosmopolitan Publics focuses on China's "cosmopolitans" Western-educated intellectuals who returned to Shanghai in the late 1920s to publish in English and who, ultimately, became both cultural translators and citizens of the wider world. Shuang Shen highlights their work in publications such as The China Critic and T'ien Hsia, providing readers with a broader understanding of the role and function of cultural mixing, translation, and multilingualism in China's cultural modernity. Decades later, as nationalist biases and political restrictions emerged within China, the influence of the cosmopolitans was neglected and the significance of cosmopolitan practice was underplayed. Shen's encompassing study revisits and presents the experience of Chinese modernity as far more heterogeneous, emergent, and transnational than it has been characterized until now.

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