Cover photo of this eBook : YOUNG HEROES/HEROINE BECAME SUCCESSFUL BY AGRICULTURE WRITER: Md.Sifat Hossain Chapters list: 1.Mohon(Young hero 1) 2.Sabbir(Young hero 2) 3.Samina (Young heroine ) 4.Shoaib(Young hero 3) Mohon(Young hero 1) ...
Author: Md Sifat Hossain
Publisher: Independently Published
This eBook tells 4 lifestories who became Successful Through Agriculture. Writers information : Hello I am Sifat. I was born in 1999. FIRST life story of this eBook Mohon: I had a friend named Mohon.He was meritorious but poor. Because of his poverty, he could not continue his study after class twelve .But he had a strong will power. He took training about building an agricultural farm using a scientific method from "Bangladesh Youth Development Bureau".After taking training he built an agricultural farm.To build that agricultural farm, he took taka 500000 as a loan from Grameen Bank Bangladesh. His sorrowful life story was starting to turn into a successful life story. His farm was becoming more profitable day by day.His farm was able to produce Rice,Wheat,Brinjal in plenty and by selling them he was becoming fluent and rich day by day. He paid taka 500000 to Grameen Bank Bangladesh in time.After some years, he became one of the richest persons Was he not a hero? Of course he was Do you want to read next 3 lifestories also? Buy this eBook and read next
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Author: Samuel NEWTON (Minister of the United Methodist Free Church, Newcastle-under-Lyme.)
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Author: Kirk Douglas
Publisher: Simon & Schuster
Category: Bible stories
Five stories from the Bible, retold by legendary actor and acclaimed author Kirk Douglas
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Author: Xiefeng Guimei
There was a bright moon three feet above his head, and an azure dragon embroidered on his sleeves. Riding a horse with a sword, indulging in unbridled pleasures, roaming the Jianghu with his lover.
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Author: Charles Kingsley
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Author: Pierre Lanfranchi
Category: Sports & Recreation
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Author: Michael Foss
Publisher: Michael O'Mara Books
Category: Social Science
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Author: Scott T. Allison
Publisher: Oxford University Press
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Author: Philip Freeman
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction
Offers adaptation of classic Greek and Roman myths from Philip Freeman's "Oh My Gods."