Description : The most renowned travel story of the Middle Ages has never lost its allure. A story of true wonder, Marco Polo's experiences as well as the reported myths, transport us to the heart of Central Asia, China, Indochina, and the Indian Ocean. The original manuscripts were accompanied with illustrations realised from the few descriptions made by the traveller. Following in the footsteps of Marco Polo, the various illustrations found here will send the reader on the path to discovering the distant lands as we know them today.
Description : Sorcerers, Cyclops, Djinnis . . . Magic. Thirteen-year-old Zardi loves to hear stories about fantastical beings long banned from the kingdom of Arribitha. But anyone who is caught whispering of their powers will feel the rage of the sultan—a terrifying tyrant who, even with his eyes closed, can see all. When her own beloved sister is captured by the evil ruler, Zardi knows that she must risk everything to rescue her. Along with Rhidan, who is her best friend, and an unlikely crew of sailors led by the infamous Captain Sinbad, Zardi ventures forth into strange and wondrous territory with a seemingly impossible mission: to bring magic back to Arribitha and defeat the sultan once and for all.
Description : Open your heart to the most life-affirming and uplifting novel of the year... Thelma and Louis, it's always just been the two of them, Thelma and her beloved son, Louis. But when Louis is involved in an accident, their lives are turned upside down, as Louis falls into a coma. Feeling lost without him by her side, Thelma finds Louis' book of wonders - a bucket list of all the things he wants to accomplish in his life. She suddenly sees a way to feel close to him: she will fulfil Louis' dreams, living them out for him, in the hope that it will inspire him to survive. Thelma is about to set off on the adventure of a lifetime... and in a way, so is Louis... The Book of Wonders is a heart-warming and charming story about finding the joy in every moment of life and making each and every day count. Perfect for fans of The Keeper of Lost Things and A Man Called Ove.
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Description : In these nine stories, Douglas Trevor explores unsettling and comic situations in which people lose their bearings, reinvent themselves, or resolve-sometimes haplessly-to make sense of their lives. The Book of Wonders reminds us not only of the struggle to connect, but also of what the most unlikely of people may realize they share.
Description : The Book of Wonder is the seventh book and fifth original short story collection of Irish fantasy writer Lord Dunsany, considered a major influence on the work of J. R. R. Tolkien, H. P. Lovecraft, Ursula K. Le Guin and others. “Come with me, ladies and gentlemen who are in any wise weary of London, come with me, and those that tire at all of the world we know, for we have new worlds here.” – Lord Dunsany
Description : Like the 26 miles deadly dreadful road leading up to Chaco canyon in New Mexico signs and symbol are surrounding the remote Minaret of Jam, like the Master Blaster Jamming it has taken over an almost impossible 36 years up until this point and there is still faith we will reach, for we have been given the signs... Like the National Museum of African American History grand opening, this book of wonder is the greatest work of literature since Holy Quran, it's a response to the call of bible/Quran, dedicated to the spirit of Benjamin Banneker and all the ancestors who fought and died for our liberation. in The Name Of Allah: it is the call to prayer, the final call, we are grateful for this blessing, our contribution to a great black legacy set forth by the builders of the great pyramids, this work was 36 years in the writing. May the Gods be pleased...it is an answer to the message in the music of the Major Prophets, it is wisdom of the Rastafari movement, the essence there of: it is The Holy Book of Wonder.
Description : When was the last time you felt 'wonder'? The feeling of amazement and admiration, caused by something beautiful, remarkable, or unfamiliar is one that, as children, we experienced often. But as adults we have grown tired and cynical and spend more time looking down at our phones than looking up at the sky. We no longer experience the power of awe nor its proven benefits. The Little Book of Wonder encourages you to be creative, feel curious and seek wonder in the world around us. Focussed around seven themes, echoing the seven wonders of the world, the book will explore: 1. The Wonder of You 2. Into the Woods 3. Curious 4. Magic 5. Creativity 6. The Road Less Travelled 7. Positivity