Arabian Nights

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Author: Anna Milbourne
Illustrator: Sam Chandler
Book Review by: C. P. Akshara
Class: 5

My book name is Arabian Nights, written by Anna Milbourne, designed by Sam Chandler and recommended by Usborne. Arabian Nights came from the
place Arabia. These thousand stories were narrated by Princess Sheherazade to her husband, the Sultan.

Let me say all about why I picked this story. In this book the part which I liked is that they used many animation pictures and designs and one thing which I did not like is that they used a simple language. I love reading magical stories especially the ones where the Genie comes out of the lamp.

I have picked the story because it’s all about magical stories and how genie comes out of the lamp . This book has collections of stories . Now let me say the stories’ names – stories names are The Fisherman and the Genie, Ali Baba and the forty thieves, the Sultan and the Doctor, The Clever Prince,The Princess and the Genie , The Robbers and the donkey, Aladdin and the Magic Lamp, The Flying Horse, The Poor Man’s Dream, and The voyages of Sinbad the Sailor. These are the stories.

Most of the popular stories are Ali Baba and the forty thieves , Aladdin and the Lamp, and the Seven Voyages of Sinbad the Sailor. My favorite story is Flying Horse because it has many magical things and also the characters are very nice . My favorite character is Aladdin. I like this story a lot. I would rate it 9.5/10 and I would like to recommend it all .
Thank you

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