The book “James and the Giant Peach,” written by Roald Dahl, is the best children’s story writer. Can you believe that a peach, with a giant pit, escapes from the zoo in broad daylight and devours one person’s parents? This is what happened to James. If you want to know how the story unfolds, don’t miss reading this 168-page novel. This book has also won the Hans Christian Andersen Illustration Award.
Perhaps the first thing that comes to mind after hearing the name “bee” is the healing concoction of honey. We have all heard and know the valuable and pure life story of these insects, buzzing around fragrant flowers to collect nectar and make honey. The beautiful story of the fascinating life of these creatures led us to name one of our best publishing series “Zanboor” (bee). Yes, our little bee, with its buzzing in different eras and lands, and familiarity with the cultures of people throughout history, has brought you sweet and enjoyable stories. Sometimes, as it travels around the world, it narrates stories of monsters from Strouman, Roald Dahl, and classical world literature.
When his parents are unceremoniously eaten by a rhinoceros that escapes from London Zoo, James is forced to go and live with his unpleasant aunts. Through a series of peculiar and magical happenings, James finds himself in a giant peach with a bunch of friendly giant insects for travelling companions.
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