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CLASS X D : PERCY JACKSON AND THE GREEK HEROES
CLASS X : THE GOD FATHER
CLASS X : THE BLUE ZONE
LEENA MUKUMDAN, TGT SOST : THE WILDWISDOME QUIZ BOOK 2
CLASS X D : THE GIRL WHO ATE BOOKS
X D : FULL MOON
CLASS X : THE INIMITABLE JEEVES
LEENA MUKANDAN, TGT SOST : BAHUBALI: BEFORE THE BEGINNING THE RISE OF SIVAGAMI BOOK 1
NA : ENCHANTING STORIES FROM JATAKA TALES
NANDITHA, VI C : THE CRAB AND THE FOOLISH CROCODILE
ADITHYA, VI D : BIRBAL AND HIS CLEVERNESS
NA : THE GIFT: TENALI RAMAN STORIES
VAISHNAVI SATHEESH : CLASSIC TAILS FOR CHILDREN
NA : HORRIBLY FAMOUS: HENRY VIII AND HIS WICKED WIVES
SREEDEV R, X C : ALLADIN AND THE MAGIC LAMP
SREEDEV R, X C : FOLK TALES FROM KASHMIR
SCHOLASTIC : SPORTS STORIES: NINE SHORT STORIES BY CONTEMPORARY CHILDREN'S WRITERS
NA : BAAL NAITHIK KAHANIYAM
R ADITHYA , 7 D : DIARY OF A WIMPY KID : THE THIRD WHEEL
SREEJITH S, VI D : GERONIMO STILTON SAVE THE WHITE WHALE
NA : ALICE IN WONDERLAND
NA : GULLIVERS TRAVELS
SCHOLASTIC : EVERY DOG HAS ITS TALE
SOMATMIKA : FAIRY TALES: THE PIED PIPER OF HAMELIN
SCHOLASTIC : ROBIN HOOD OF SHERWOOD FOREST
SREEDEV R, X C : THE ELVES AND THE SHOEMAKER
SCHOLASTIC : BEAUTY AND THE BEAST AND OTHER STORIES
NA : ILLUSTRATED RAMAYANA
SREEDEV R, X C : TEN SELECTED JEWELS FROM PANCHATANTRA
APARNYA CS, V C : THE UGLY DUCKLING
SHWETA SASIDARAN : AMAZING FAIRY TALES
SREEDEV R, X C : THE FRUiTS OF HUMILITY: FOLK TALES FROM AFRICA
SCHOLASTIC : LOONIVERSE: DINOSAUR DISASTER
NA : TELL ME A STORY - 3
SREEPRIYA.P, TGT ENGLISH : AN AUTOBIOGRAPHY OR THE STORY OF MY EXPERIMENTS WITH TRUTH
SREEDEV R , 10 C : FOLK TALES FROM BIHAR
NIHALA SUMAN, VI C : BEAUTY AND THE BEAST
SOORYA PRABHA S : THE BEST OF ARABIAN NIGHTS
R AKHIL : CLASSIC TALES
INDUMATHI, XI C : MORE TALES OF GOPAL THE JESTER
NA : RAMAYANA FOR CHILDREN
NA : TOTTOCHANTE KATHA (MALAYALAM)
MEGHA, X D : THE SECRET SEVEN: FUN FOR THE SECRET SEVEN
AMAL RAJ, X D : GOOSEBUMPS: THE BARKING GHOST
AMAL.M, VII D : GOOSEBUMP:S GHOST BEACH
AKSHITH K.s : GOOSEBUMPS : THE HORROR AT CAMP JELLYJAM
NIKHIL J , 11 A : BEASTLY : MONKEY MAYHEM
ANIRUDH R, VII C : KAKURO: 101 LATEST JAPANESE PUZZLES, BEYOND SUDOKU
ANJU K R , XI : GOOSEBUMPS : MONSTER BLOOD IV
ASWATHI R, 10 D : TREASURE ISLAND
AKHILA M , 10 D : ROUND THE WORLD IN EIGHTY DAYS
NANDANA.N, X D : GERONIMO STILTON MOUSE IN SPACE
R ADITHYAN, VII D : DIARY OF A WIMPY KID: DOG DAYS
R.ADITHYA, VII D : THE SECRETS OF THE DROON: THE KNIGHTS OF SILVER SNOW
R ADITHYA, VI D : DIARY OF A WIMPY KID: MOVIE DAIRY
ABHINAV S , 8 A : VIKRAM & BETAL
ABHINAV R, IX C : EVERGREEN STORIES: ARABIAN NIGHTS
SARANYA P, XD : SHORT PLAYS
ASWATH SUNIL , 6 D : GIVE YOURSELF GOOSEBUMPS : ESCAPE FROM THE CARNIVALS OF HORRORS

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  • WEAVING A STORY
    (FOR CLASS 6-8)

    Characters

    1. Foxy the Fox
    2. Bunny the Rabbit                                Minimum Four
    3. Pigzy the Pig
    4. Tigra the Tiger
    5. Elphy the Elephant
    6. Leon the Lion
    7. A Boy
    8. Monku the Monkey
    9. Balu the Bear

    Places

    1. The Jungle
    2. A Village                                             Minimum One
    3. A Town

    Things

    1. A Red Balloon
    2. A Red Car
    3. A Red Cycle
    4. A River                                               Minimum Two
    5. A Rock
    6. A Tree
    7. A Cave

    Write a story using at least 7 Characters/things/places from above. It should have the minimum number from each category (750 WORDS MAXIMUM)

    Your story should have a proper title.

    Use a separate sheet for the Title of the Story, Your name and Class and the Characters/Place/Things you have used. Story should be Original. Copies or imitations of story published elsewhere will not be considered.

    Submit your entries on or before 20.04.2011

    Type your story in Microsoft Word Font Arial, Size 12 and upload it to the thinkquest project “World Book and Copyright Day Competitions under weaving a story.