Tashi and the Genie

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Allen & Unwin, Apr 1, 2007 - Juvenile Fiction - 64 pages
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Adventurous little Tashi is granted three wishes after encountering a sly genie hiding in an old bowl, in this fourth installment of the Tashi series. Both Tashi and his friend Jack are flabbergasted, however, when Tashi’s wishes don't quite turn out as he hopes, leaving Tashi face to face with the evil warlord he escaped in his very first adventure. This time the warlord has captured children, and in order to rescue them, Tashi needs to stay one step ahead of the villain's devious plans. Tashi’s cleverness will ultimately triumph, teaching young readers about the advantage of brains over brawn.

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About the author (2007)

Anna Fienberg is the author of more than 20 children's books, including the Tashi series, the Minton series, The Hottest Boy Who Ever Lived, and Madeline and the Mermaid. Barbara Fienberg is the coauthor of the Tashi series. Kim Gamble is the illustrator of the Tashi series, the Minton series, and Joseph, and the author of You Can Draw Anything.

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