Unicorns roamed the secluded forests of India in a time that has long since faded into the past. Villagers often told tales about the Unicorn's distinctive horns to any traveler who would listen. Their magnificent stories about the unicorn's countless magical properties were the beginning of the gifted horses' demise. The renowned unicorns had led a tranquil and carefree existence until huntsmen, and fortune seekers came. Bows and lances were a common sight near the grassy fields where the beautiful and docile creatures grazed. The hunters' sole purpose was to steal a horn in order to make the powers within it their own. Many ruthless men would stop at nothing to seize the charmed spiral gracing an enchanted horse's forehead. These devious thieves were willing to do anything to possess it, including murder of their competitors along with innocent bystanders. Any unfortunate unicorn held in captivity soon had its glowing horn brutally removed with an ax or the curved blade of a sword. ...
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The four books in The Winning Series have been revised and updated. For the first time, they are published together in the same volume. The Winning Touch presents Adriano's glorious career in junior football and his balancing act with his GCSEs. The Winning Tackle describes Kirsty's rollercoaster ride as she strives for football success and romantic happiness. In The Winning Target, the evil witch Pandora is introduced and the stories of the other main characters are continued. Finally, in The Winning Team, everyone is brought together for the Olympic Games in South Africa. The books combine a love of football with lots of humour.
Genre: Children's eBooks Length: 337 Pages (2,769 KB) Lending: Not Enabled Added: Feb 27th, 2020
This is an extended edition, unified and enlarged. In it we will get acquainted with the riddles of the ancient people of the Neanderthals, conduct research of the Alexandrian Library and go on a long journey to the tomb of Genghis Khan.
This is a combined edition that includes previous books by the author. In it you will learn about the latest discoveries of scientists and will face unsolved mysteries of civilizations.
According to modern historians, the very first civilization on Earth originated in Mesopotamia, in the south of present-day Iraq, not earlier than 6000 BC. All subsequent human civilizations are known and have been studied with varying degrees. However, some scientific knowledge and technical achievements of representatives of these civilizations are far ahead of the level that would correspond to their natural development, and still remain unexplained historical mysteries.
Moreover, in the course of archaeological, anthropological and historical research a lot of ...
Genre: Children's eBooks Length: 820 Pages (4,410 KB) Lending: Not Enabled Added: Feb 27th, 2020