Ali Baba: Fooling the Forty Thieves: An Arabian Tale

Ali Baba: Fooling the Forty Thieves: An Arabian Tale

by Marie P. Croall
     
 

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From the pages of Arabian Nights comes an amazing tale of chance and adventure. Ali Baba, a poor man who makes his living selling wood, stumbles upon a secret cave where 40 bandits have been hiding priceless treasures. He enters the cave and decides to take some treasures for himself. Ali Baba's wife is thrilled at their newfound fortune—but when she borrows a

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From the pages of Arabian Nights comes an amazing tale of chance and adventure. Ali Baba, a poor man who makes his living selling wood, stumbles upon a secret cave where 40 bandits have been hiding priceless treasures. He enters the cave and decides to take some treasures for himself. Ali Baba's wife is thrilled at their newfound fortune—but when she borrows a scale to weigh the riches, Ali Baba's secret gets out. Now that the secret is revealed, will Ali Baba be able to keep his fortune? Or will the bandits get their revenge?

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781580138871
Publisher:
Graphic Universe
Publication date:
02/01/2009
Series:
Graphic Myths and Legends Series
Pages:
48
Product dimensions:
6.10(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.40(d)
Lexile:
GN490L (what's this?)
Age Range:
9 - 13 Years

Meet the Author

Marie P. Croall lives in Cary, North Carolina, with her husband and four cats. She has written for Marvel, DC Comics, Moonstone Books, Devils Due, and Harris Comics. She has also completed a self-published graphic novel and a short film. Marie has spent much of her life reading fables and legends from the Middle East and Asia and enjoys discovering new things about different cultures. She is also the author of Sinbad: Sailing into Peril (Graphic Myths and Legends, Fall 07).

Clint Hilinski grew up in Esko, Minnesota, where he became interested in art at an early age. He continued studying art at the University of Wisconsin, Superior, where he received his bachelor's degree in fine art. Hilinski's influences include Jim Lee, Alan Davis, and Adam Hughes. He has worked as an illustrator for DC, Image, Dark Horse, and many other companies. Hilinski has worked on titles such as Justice League of America, Xena, Voltron, and GI Joe. He is also the illustrator for Sinbad: Sailing into Peril (Graphic Myths and Legends, Fall 07) and The Treasure of Mount Fate (Twisted Journeys, Fall 07).

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