The King of Birds

Or, The Lay of the Phoenix ; an Anglo-Saxon Song of the Tenth Or Eleventh Century

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Category: English poetry

Page: 69

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The Making of the King of Birds

Parade & Conference of Birds

Author: Gladys Okali

Publisher: Xlibris Corporation

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Category: Fiction

Page: 42

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The Making of the King of Birds is a book that presents numerous birds from different parts of the world. It is a novel written in allegorical form in that these birds can talk. The birds are presented in their natural behaviors. It is a story with some form of comic politics. All the birds of the world gather to vote for a king that would rule them. It is a discovery book of the nature of birds for younger children, to be read and shared by their parents. It can serve as juvenile literature for young adults. Readers are also introduced to the natural science and the acts of birds, from the largest flightless ostrich to the sky power eagle. It is educational, informative and entertaining. It is a book for all ages!

The King Of Birds

Author: Tanya Munshi

Publisher: D C Books

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Page: 32

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It is election time in the bird kingdom and everybody wants to be the king. A meeting is held among the great winged creatures to choose the king. From the magnificent Eagle to the tiny Warbler, the nominees are not willing to back off. Soon, the meeting ends in a commotion as everyone is convinced of his worth and not others . In the end of this Zulu folktale, a race would be the only way to choose the right leader.

King of Birds

Author: Tanya Munshi

Publisher: D C Books

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Page: 28

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It is election time in the bird kingdom and everybody wants to be the king. A meeting is held among the great winged creatures to choose the king. From the magnificent Eagle to the tiny Warbler, the nominees are not willing to back off. Soon, the meeting ends in a commotion as everyone is convinced of his worth and not others'. In the end of this Zulu folktale, a race would be the only way to choose the right leader.

The King of Birds

Or, The Lay of the Phoenix, an Anglo-Saxon Song of the Tenth Or Eleventh Century Now First Translated Into the Metre and Alliteration of the Original, by George Stephens

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The King of the Birds

Author: Helen Ward

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Category: Birds

Page: 34

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The kingdom of birds argues about who is to be their king - the cleverest is the winner. This poetic retelling of a traditional tale is a feast for both the eye and the ear. Ward's brief and lyrical retelling works hand in hand with her glowing artwork to charm readers. The pen-and-ink illustrations, coloured with water colours and gouache, take full advantage of the spectacle and beauty of the avian world. Each vibrantly coloured competitor sets forth from a clean white page and often breaks through the finelined borders and margins. Includes an informative appendix that lists all of the birds that appear.

The Case of the Animals versus Man Before the King of the Jinn

Author: Lenn E. Goodman

Publisher: Oxford University Press

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Category: Philosophy

Page: 416

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This is a new English translation of a classic of medieval Islamic learning, which illuminates the intellectual debates of its age and speaks vividly to the concerns of our own. It is the most famous work of the Brethren of Purity, a tenth-century esoteric fraternity based in Basra and Baghdad. In this rich allegorical fable the exploited and oppressed animals pursue a case against humanity. They are granted the gift of speech and presented as subjects with views and interests of their own. Over the course of the hearing they rebuke and criticise human weakness, deny man's superiority, and make powerful demands for greater justice and respect for animals. This sophisticated moral allegory combines elements of satire with a thought-provoking thesis on animal welfare. Goodman and McGregor accompany their translation with an introduction and annotations that explore the rich historical and cultural context to the work.

KNOWING THE CERTAINTY ILMUL YAQEEN

BY THE PERFECT WISDOM OF THE HOLY REVELATION OF THE HOLY QURAN

Author: His Majesty King Yaqeenullah Allamal Yaqeen Muhammad Shuaibi SUUH Kingdom of Arabia

Publisher: Suuh Printing and Publishing Pty LTD

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Page: 762

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Bismillah Rahman Raheem, the objective of this life is to get wisdom that can only be achieved by reading the right book of wisdom. if you have managet to find this book, your among the blessed ones, this book knowing the Certainty by the perfect wisdom of the Holy Revelation of the Holy Quran, (Ilil Al-Yaqeen, Bil Hikmatun Baalighat min Ambaael Quran) has never been written before and will never be written again simply because the knowledge inside this book is sacred knowledge that transforms the reader into a living spiritual being by awakening your spirituality and rising the level of your consciousness to discover your self and purpose of life in you to achieve the objective of this earthly life. Gold and Diamond are the most expensive stones in the world, but knowledge of this book is far more than gold and diamond for the reader. this book has a spark of light that quickly light intellectual capacity of the reader to under most of things in life that are not mentioned here, simply because this book has key from this world to another world. experience full meaning of life when you read this book and get guidance from allah Subhanahu Wataala as its recorded in the Holy Quran.