Sindbad in the Land of Giants
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Sindbad in the Land of Giants

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In this stunning sequel to Sindbad: From the Tales of The Thousand and One Nights, Sindbad, now a rich sultan, recounts more of his adventures. On this voyage, Sindbad and his hapless crewmates are driven off course, and their ship is overrun by monkeys. They abandon the ship but row into more trouble, landing on an island inhabited by a man-eating giant. They are captured...more
Hardcover, 32 pages
Published May 22nd 2001 by Tundra Books
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Nicola Mansfield
The second book in the trilogy starts off in the morning of the next day and Sindbad continues telling his adventures at sea. This time we have one voyage with several incidents which are quite dark and scary. So again, I'm noting my personal recommendation for these books as appropriate for ages 8 and up rather than the publisher's 6+. Sindbad's ship has been driven off course towards the horrible Mountain of Monkeys which is an island covered with a particularly loathsome variety of hairy monk...more
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