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Children

Definitely, buying standard books and teaching useful and practical materials to the child requires a lot of study and research. Choosing the right book for your child is a sensitive issue because it is equivalent to choosing a good or bad companion for your beloved child. At ShopiPersia, we collect the best resources and books for your children, including children’s stories, poems and songs, coloring, science and education, as well as parent guide books for raising children from birth to adolescence.

  • Eternal Detention Book by Jamie Thomson

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    Dirk Lloyd, the Dark Lord trapped in the body of a weedy schoolboy, returns in another darkly hilarious adventure… Brilliantly funny and subversive, this is the Funny Prize-winning Jamie Thomson at his best. I, the Great Dirk, take up my pen once more to record the utter misery that is SCHOOL. My sworn enemy, Hasdruban the White, has infiltrated Whiteshields School and seeks vengeance on me. Naturally, I will triumph. But it is the Dirkest Hour indeed…

  • Dark Lord: The Early Years Book by Jamie Thomson

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    Can an ordinary pair of jeans have the power to ward off a toothy beagle, vanquish the prettiest girl in the world and make the wearer irresistible to the eight cutest guys in Jamie’s class? Or are the haunted pants just, well, haunted?

  • When Bad Clothes Happen to Good People by Jim Benton

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    Can an ordinary pair of jeans have the power to ward off a toothy beagle, vanquish the prettiest girl in the world and make the wearer irresistible to the eight cutest guys in Jamie’s class? Or are the haunted pants just, well, haunted?

  • Nobody’s Perfect. I’m as Close as It Gets by Jim Benton

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    Dear Dumb Diary Year Two is still laugh-out-loud funny — but everything is another year dumber! As Jamie continues to grapple with middle school’s Big Questions, she drops even more snarly gems of wisdom like, “Everybody knows that the more you love somebody, the less you try to look nice for them,” and “People don’t appreciate how much willpower it takes to do the wrong thing.

  • School. Hasn’t This Gone On Long Enough? by Jim Benton

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    As Jamie grapples with school, grades, and middle school’s Big Questions, don’t miss even more of her words of wisdom like, “If someone is really, really intelligent, it would be polite if they would ugly it up a bit before they left the house.”

  • A Year Without Autumn Book by Liz Kessler (Farsi)

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    This book is about a 12-year-old girl called Jenni who goes on holiday with her parents, her little brother, her best friend Autumn and Autumn’s family. One day Jenni goes to find Autumn but when she arrives at her apartment she realizes that everything has been moved a year forward in time.

  • North of Nowhere Book by Liz Kessler (Farsi)

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    From the New York Times best-selling author of the Emily Windsnap series comes a captivating adventure about family, friendship, and the bonds that bridge time. In a sleepy seaside village, Mia’s grandad has vanished, and Mia’s new friend, Dee, leaves notes, but never manages to meet Mia in person.

  • Has Anyone Seen Jessica Jenkins? Book by Liz Kessler

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    Jessica Jenkins has always been a perfectly ordinary girl—until one day part of her arm vanishes in the middle of geography class! Jessica’s friends Izzy and Tom are determined to help her develop her newfound invisibility, though Jessica is more concerned with discovering where the ability came from. When it becomes apparent that there may be other kids developing strange powers of their own, Jessica marshals them into a slapdash band of “slightly superheroes.”

  • Frank Einstein and the Space‑Time Zipper by Jon Scieszka

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    In the sixth and final book of the New York Times bestselling Frank Einstein series, Frank Einstein (kid-genius, scientist, and inventor) and his best friend, Watson, along with Klink (a self-assembled artificial-intelligence entity) and Klank (a mostly self-assembled and artificial almost intelligence entity), once again find themselves in competition with T. Edison, their classmate and archrival, this time studying the science and mysteries of the universe!

  • Frank Einstein and the Electro-Finger by Jon Scieszka

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    In this second book in the series, Frank Einstein (kid-genius scientist and inventor) and his best friend, Watson, along with Klink (a self-assembled artificial-intelligence entity) and Klank (a mostly self-assembled artificial almost intelligence entity), once again find themselves in competition with T. Edison, their classmate and archrival—this time in the quest to unlock the power behind the science of energy.

  • Frank Einstein and the EvoBlaster Belt by Jon Scieszka

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    In the fourth book in the New York Times bestselling Frank Einstein series, kid genius, scientist, and inventor Frank Einstein, along with his best friend, Watson, team up with robots Klink and Klank to compete with T. Edison. This time, they go on a quest to unlock the power behind the science of life with Frank’s newest invention–the EvoBelt–which allows the user to evolve (and devolve) into other life forms, blasting from one species to another.

  • Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles by Landry Walker Vol 4

    Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles by Landry Walker Vol 4

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    Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, also known as Teenage Mutant Hero Turtles, is an entertainment franchise created in 1983 by American comic book authors Peter Laird and Kevin Eastman. It follows Leonardo, Raphael, Donatello and Michelangelo, four anthropomorphic turtle brothers trained in ninjitsu who fight evil in New York City.

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