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Are you bored of sitting at home for so long now? Has the itch to travel again caught hold of you? If yes, then ladies and gentlemen, sit tight and fasten your seatbelt because here are 6 books that will take you all over the world.
The destinations we offer you are:
Narnia: The Land Of Unicorns, Centaurs, And Fauns
When Lucy opens a wardrobe, she realises that it is the entrance to the enchanted world of Narnia. Soon, she brings her siblings to this magical place as well. But there also lives the White Witch, the evil queen. Will the kids be able to save themselves and Narnia from her? Read “The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe” to find out.
Wonderland: The World Curiouser And Curiouser
Travel – rather fall headlong – with Alice down the rabbit hole to this strange place. Here rabbits are late for mad tea-parties, time stands still and a chess-game can turn a seven-year-old into a queen! “Alice’s adventures in Wonderland” has enchanted its readers for years and you will love it too.
20Th Century China: Full Of Treachery And Magic
Open the pages of “The Poppy War” and you will find you have reached China. There, Rin, a girl from a poor family is having a hard time at her prestigious school because people like her are rare there. As she tries to survive, she realises she has powers that can save the country when the next poppy war is fought. But everything comes at a price and is she willing to pay it?
Africa: Its Mysterious Jungles And Dangerous Swamps
If you think you are adventurous enough to enter this world, read “Black Leopard, Red Wolf”. It will dazzle you with its vast array of characters and unique narrative style. The book has a hunter searching a boy, a shape-shifting leopard, a moon witch, a healer, and a soldier – to name some. Lose yourself in the strange world that is a mix of African culture, folklore, and magic and see what happens.
Ancient Greece: With Its Gods
Read “Circe”, and you will meet the banished witch who lives on an island by herself. But things change when the mortal Odysseus enters Circe’s world. A married man on his journey back home, what will happen when they come together?
The Wilderness Of North Russia
Meet Vasya in “The Bear and The Nightingale”. Sho can see the magical and mythical figures of the stories of her elderly servant. But her powers are not kindly viewed by the villagers. Will she be successful in her battle against the danger that surrounds her village, all alone?
So, where would you like to go first?