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Treasure Island

by Robert Louis Stevenson

One of the most enduringly popular adventure tales, Treasure Island began in 1881 as a serialized adventure entitled "The Sea-Cook"in the periodical Young Folks. Completed during a stay at Davos, Switzerland,...


Tales of Troy and Greece

by Andrew Lang

The roars of the hungry Minotaur came nearer and nearer - his feet could be heard thundering along the echoing floor of the labyrinth . . .

Meet the original heroes of Greece as they battle the mythical creatures...


Around the World in Eighty Days

by Jules Verne

Victorian gentleman Phileas Fogg wagers half his fortune on the astounding proposition that he can travel all the way around the world in just 80 days. So begins this classic 1873 tale of adventure, entertainment,...


Jules Verne's 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea: A Companion Reader with a Dramatization

by Jim Weiss, Christiana Sandoval & Chris Bauer

Lost at sea, three friends find themselves on a fantastic underwater ship, the Nautilus. You will dive deep into adventure as our heroes battle giant squid, navigate dangerous oceans, and discover new creatures...


Ragged Dick: or, Street Life in New York with Boot-Blacks

by Horatio Alger

Ragged Dick is a children's novel by Horatio Alger, Jr., about a poor bootblack and his rise to middle-class comfort and respectability through good moral behavior, clean living, and determination.


The Story of the Amulet

by Edith Nesbit

While the childrens mother and father are out of the country the children are staying with the "old nurse" in her boarding house. There is only one other boarder, an old Egyptoligist, whom the children soon...


The Story of King Arthur and His Knights

by Ellen G. White

I believe that King Arthur was the most honorable, gentle Knight who ever lived in all the world. And those who were his fellows of the Round Table-taking him as their looking-glass of chivalry-made, altogether,...


The Story of Sir Launcelot and His Companions

by Howard Pyle

Wherefore if it will please you to read that which is hereinafter set forth, you will be told of how Sir Launcelot slew the great Worm of Corbin; of the madness that afterward fell upon him, and of how a most...


The Story of the Grail and the Passing of Arthur

by Howard Pyle

IN this volume there follows the fourth and last series of those histories relating to the life and to the kingship of Arthur, King of England. In this it shall first be told how it befell with Sir Geraint;...


The Story of the Champions of the Round Table

by Howard Pyle

Sir Launcelot of the Lake dwelt within a magic lake which was the enchanted habitation of the Lady Nymue of the Lake. He was there trained in all the most excellent arts of chivalry by Sir Pellias, the Gentle...


Sir Gawain and the Green Knight

by Jessie Weston

Brave, chivalrous, loyally faithful to his plighted word, scrupulously heedful of his own and others' honour, Gawain stands before us in this poem. We take up Malory or Tennyson, and in spite of their charm...


Stories from Tagore

by Rabindranath Tagore

Collected here are ten wonderful traditional Indian stories as told by Rabindranath Tagore. The language is rich and the narrative compelling. Tagore was one of the greatest poets of the twentieth Century, and...


Stories of King Arthur and His Knights: Retold from Malory's Morte d'Arthur

by U. Waldo Cutler

The material for the Arthur stories came from many countries and from many different periods of history. Much of it is wholly fanciful, but the writers connected all the incidents directly or indirectly with...


Stories of King Arthur's Knights: Told to the Children

by Mary Macgregor

More than five hundred years ago there lived a diligent man called Sir Thomas Malory, who wrote in English words many of the beautiful Welsh tales about King Arthur's Knights, that the people of Wales loved...


The Reluctant Dragon: Illustrated

by Kenneth Grahame

In this delightful tale an unnamed boy discovers that there is a dragon living in the downs above his house. But this is no ordinary dragon, this is an erudite, poetry-loving dragon. The boy and the dragon become...


Stories from Le Morte D'Arthur and the Mabinogion

by Beatrice Clay

The Arthur of history was engaged in a life-long struggle with an enemy that threatened to rob his people of home, of country, and of freedom; in the stories, the king and his knights, like Richard Coeur-de-Lion,...


Treasure Island

by Robert Louis Stevenson

This classic pirate adventure is full of swashbuckling pirates, buried loot and danger. Young Jim Hawkins sets out to discover the long-lost treasure of the evil, infamous and now-dead pirate, Captain Flint....


Rinkitink in Oz

by L. Frank Baum

Lyman Frank Baum penned fourteen novels in his famous Oz chronology. The tenth, Rinkitink in Oz, was published in 1916 and introduced readers to the King Rinkitink of Gilgad, as well as Prince Inga of Pingaree,...


Shawl-Straps: A Second Series of Aunt Jo's Scrap-Bag

by Louisa May Alcott

Two friends and their chaperone travel through Europe and learn some valuable life lessons in this old-fashioned light comedy by one of America's greatest children's writers.


Raggedy Andy Stories

by Johnny Gruelle

For the happiness you have brought to them let me give to you the doll of all my dolls, the doll I loved most dearly. My mother called the doll Raggedy Andy and it was by this name that I have always known him....