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Children of the Lamp: Blue Djinn of Babylon, Book Two

Twelve-year-old twins Philippa and John have more adventures when they become involved in an international adventure involving the Blue Djinn, the supreme arbiter of all Djinn.

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  • "Akhenaten adventure"
  • "Truy tìm Akhenaten"

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  • "Twelve-year-old twins Philippa and John have more adventures when they become involved in an international adventure involving the Blue Djinn, the supreme arbiter of all Djinn."@en
  • "When twelve-year-old twins Philippa and John discover that they are descended from a long line of djinn, their mother sends them away to their Uncle Nimrod, who takes them to Cairo where he starts to teach them about their extraordinary powers."
  • "Meet John and Philippa Gaunt, twelve-year-old twins who one day discover themselves to be descended from a long line of djinn. All of a sudden, they have the power to grant wishes, travel to extraordinary places, and make people and objects disappear. Luckily, the twins are introduced to their eccentric djinn-uncle Nimrod, who will teach them how to harness their newly found power. And not a moment too soon ... since John and Philippa are about to embark on a search to locate a monstrous pharaoh named Akhenaten and his eerie tomb."
  • "When twelve-year-old twins Philippa and John discover that they are descended from a long line of djinn, their mother sends them away to their Uncle Nimrod, who takes them to Cairo where he starts to teach them about their extraordinary powers. From acclaimed thriller writer P.B. Kerr comes an exceptional, imaginative adventure trilogy about a twin boy and girl with magical powers. A one-armed chauffeur? + Twin djinn? + Three wishes? Qwertyuiop! What does it all add up to? An amazing and magical adventure, for sure (and that's not counting the Rottweilers, Alan and Neil, who are not exactly the pets they seem to be). Meet John and Philippa Gaunt, twelve-year-old twins who one day discover themselves to be descended from a long line of djinn. All of a sudden, they have the power to grant wishes, travel to extraordinary places (and not necessarily on public transportation), and make people and objects disappear. Luckily (and luck does have something to do with it), the twins are introduced to their eccentric djinn-Uncle Nimrod, who will teach them how to harness their newly found power. And not a moment too soon! Because John and Philippa are about to embark on a search to locate a monstrous-looking (but supposed-to-be-dead) Pharaoh named Akhenaten and his tomb which may be holding seventy lost djinn. Will the twins be strong and skilled and clever enough to outwit Iblis, the most evil djinn in the universe - and live to see another day - another city - another adventure? Library of Congress Summary. When twelve-year-old twins Philippa and John discover that they are descended from a long line of djinn, their mother sends them away to their Uncle Nimrod, who takes them to Cairo where he starts to teach them about their extraordinary powers."
  • "Twelve-year-old djinn twins Philippa and John and their friend Dybbuk have further adventures as they travel the world in search of a priceless talisman."@en
  • "Twelve-year-old djinn twins Philippa and John and their friend Dybbuk have further adventures as they travel the world in search of a priceless talisman."
  • "John and Philippa travel to Nepal and India on the trail of a lost talisman and mysterious assassins who murder by snakebite. Their race to unravel some venomous clues turns into a desperate rescue mission when their djinn-uncle is captured by the Cult of Nine Cobras."@en
  • "Twelve-year-old twins Philippa and John have more adventures when they become involved in an international adventure involving the Blue Djinn, the supreme arbiter of all djinn."

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  • "Premiers Reading Challenge 7-9"
  • "Science fiction"
  • "Fiction"@en
  • "Fiction"
  • "Adventure stories"
  • "Juvenile works"@en
  • "Juvenile works"
  • "Historical fiction"
  • "Fantasy fiction"
  • "Fantasy fiction"@en
  • "Children's stories"
  • "Children's stories"@en

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  • "Children of the Lamp: Blue Djinn of Babylon, Book Two"@en
  • "Children of the lamp (C) : the Akhenaten adventure"
  • "Children of the lamp : the Akhenaten adventure"@en
  • "Children of the lamp : the Akhenaten adventure"
  • "Children of the lamp: The Eye of the Forest"
  • "The cobra king of Kathmandu"@en
  • "The cobra king of Kathmandu"
  • "The Cobra King of Kathmandu"@en
  • "The Cobra King of Kathmandu"
  • "Cobra King of Kathmandu"@en
  • "Children of the lamp : the blue djinn of Babylon"
  • "Children of the Lamp : the Cobra King of Kathmandu"@en
  • "Children of the lamp book 2 / the blue djinn of Babylon"@en
  • "Children of the Lamp: The Cobra King of Kathmandu, Book Three"@en
  • "Children of the lamp - The Akhenaten adventure"
  • "Children of the Lamp; The Akhenaten adventure"
  • "Children of the lamp : The Blue Djinn of Babylon"
  • "Children of the lamp: The Cobra King of Kathmandu"@en
  • "Children of the lamp"
  • "Hậu duệ thà̂n đèn : truy tìm Akhenaten"
  • "Children of the lamp : the blue Djinn of Babylon"@en

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