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Books Books 21 - 30 of about 48 related to Padaśas: manuel pour commencer l'étude du sanskrit même sans maître.   

The Rope Trick

Lloyd Alexander - Juvenile Fiction - 2002 - 195 pages
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The Gawgon and The Boy

Lloyd Alexander - Juvenile Fiction - 2001 - 199 pages
In Depression-era Philadelphia, when eleven-year-old David is too ill to attend school, he is tutored by the unique and adventurous Aunt Annie, whose teaching combines with his ...
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How to Steal a Dog

Barbara O'Connor - Juvenile Fiction - 2009 - 192 pages
Georgina, who lives with her family in their car after their father leaves, persuades her younger brother to help her in a scheme to get money by stealing a dog and claiming ...
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Daughter of the Mountains

Louise Rankin - Juvenile Fiction - 1993 - 191 pages
Momo undertakes a dangerous journey from the mountains of Tibet to the city of Calcutta, in search of her stolen dog Pempa.
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A Child's Christmas in Wales

Dylan Thomas, Ellen Raskin - Biography & Autobiography - 2007 - 51 pages
A Welsh poet recalls the celebration of Christmas in Wales and the feelings it evoked in him as a child.
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The king's fountain

Lloyd Alexander - Juvenile Fiction - 1971 - 34 pages
A poor man tries to find someone wiser, stronger, and more clever than himself to persuade the king not to build a fountain that will cut off the city's water supply.
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Roller skates

Ruth Sawyer - New York (N.Y.) - 1936 - 186 pages
For use in schools and libraries only. The discoveries and adventures of ten-year-old Lucinda, who spends a wonderful year exploring the New York City of the 1890s.
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Baseball's Biggest Bloopers: The Games That Got Away

Dan Gutman - Juvenile Nonfiction - 1995 - 176 pages
Showcases some of baseball's worst moments with true stories of men like Fred Snodgrass, who dropped a fly ball in 1912, and Bill Buckner, who let an easy grounder dribble ...
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