Gulliver's Travels

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Plain Label Books, Aug 1, 2011 - Fiction - 204 pages
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User Review  - Kaberasturi - LibraryThing

This novel adapts John Swifts famous novel for an early reader. The modernized and simplified language depicts these famous adventures of lands of talking horses, floating islands, giants and people ... Read full review

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User Review  - umeco - LibraryThing

This story's main character is Gulliver.He traveled many place and met some strange creatures there.He met small humans,big humans,strange-looking people and horses. It is a famous story.But I know a story of small humans only.So,I enjoyed reading this book,it is very interesting book! Read full review

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