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  • Putera Cilik

    $10.00
    Ditulis oleh Antoine De Saint-Exupery Terjemahan oleh Ezzah Mahmud Putera Cilik (Le Petit Prince) adalah antara karya yang paling banyak dicetak di dunia dan ini merupakan terjemahan pertama dalam Bahasa Melayu pada tahun 2015. Ini adalah karya klasik yang telah diterbit dalam bahasa asalnya iaitu bahasa Perancis pada tahun 1943. Karya ini menceritakan tentang kisah seorang juruterbang yang terhempas di padang pasir dan dia telah berjumpa dengan seorang putera cilik di padang pasir itu. Mereka telah menjadi kawan baik pada awalnya dan semakin lama juruterbang semakin tertekan dan mereka telah bergaduh. Namun begitu, mereka telah berbaik semula setelah juruterbang merasa kesepian di padang pasir. Putera Cilik telah mengajar juruterbang banyak perkara tentang kehidupan dan pengembaraan Putera Cilik ke bumi sememangnya sangat mencabar.    
  • Tulisan : Sidek Saniff | Illustrasi : Md Samad Afandie Bilingual
    Anak Kampung Bernama Sidek menceritakan perihal Sidek Saniff yang hidup miskin di sebuah kampung. Berbekal tekad waja dan kegigihan, beliau menjadi guru dan seterusnya Anggota Parlimen. Akhirnya, beliau menyandang jawatan Menteri Negara Kanan. Kisah perangsang ini dipetik daripada buku beliau yang bertajuk Langkah Liku-Selayang Kenangan. A Kampung Boy Named Sidek tells the story of Sidek Saniff who grew up poor in a kampung. Through sheer determination and hardwork, he became a teacher and then a Member of Parliament, eventually rising to Senior Minister of State. This inspirational story is also told in his memoir, Life Reflections at Eighty. 
     
  • Tulisan : Ukht Husni Illustrasi : Gintari Dian A. A Fun and Memorable Card Game that Leads You to the Garden. Suitable for all ages. To maximise the fun and the impact of the card game, purchase the book "Key To The Garden" here.      
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  • Written by Sharon Ismail  |  Illustrated by Khairudin Saharom paperback The runt of the litter is always the first one to be given away. Everyone knew that, thought Ali. So when the family fell on hard times, Ali was naturally worried. After all, that was how he ended up in this family, with his adoptive parents and siblings. But Ali was a little boy with a plan. His aim - to win three months' supply of rice for his family by catching The King who lived in the kampong's rivers. He thought if he could pull his weight in the family, then he would be safe. Ali's story is about finding his place in a family who had "chosen" their children from other families. And that whatever happens, families stick together. The Ghost with Dirty Feet is the sequel to What Sallamah Didn't Know, which was adopted by Singapore's Ministry of Education as a Primary 6 English text under the STELLAR syllabus. It has since been translated into Malay, Chinese and Tamil.
  • Written by Sharon Ismail  |  Illustrated by Khairudin Shaharom paperback What Sallamah Didn't Know tells of the true life story of the author's mother. Sallamah, was born into a poor Chinese family where male babies were revered over female ones. She was given away to a Malay family during a time when inter-racial adoption was a common practice in Singapore. Sallamah grew up thinking that her life was ordinary. She lived in an ordinary kampong with an ordinary family and had an ordinary group of friends whom she played ordinary games with. Little would she realise that an innocent-looking piece of paper would reveal a secret which her parents had painstakingly kept from her. The book takes the reader through Sallamah's journey and discusses the true meaning of family.