Kim By Rudyard Kipling

Kim By Rudyard Kipling

Kim is a famous historical novel. Bishu Chowdhury translated this book into Bangla. Kim is the Book of Campfire Graphic Novels Series. The story of this book is about a thirteen years boy, Kimball O’Hara. He is a lonely British orphan boy; Kim was born in India. His father was an army of Queen Victoria. His father died then he lived mostly in the slum streets of Lahore, Panjab.

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