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Part of the Tarzan Book collection, by Edgar Rice Burroughs.
A tale of beasts, jungles, natives...wow!. By Edgar Rice Burroughs.
This is the story that inspired the movie with Shirley Temple as the star. By Frances Burnett.
A story of the sea, and a boy becoming a man. By Rudyard Kipling.
From Mogli, Shere Khan, Bagheera and Kaa, you'll love the characters in Jungle Book. By Rudyard Kipling.
Around the World in 80 Days by Jules Verne. A man and his servent travel around the world to win a bet.
Tom Sawyer, Huck Finn, Becky Thatcher...they're all here to enjoy and again and again. By Mark Twain/Samuel Clemens.
If you've ever wanted to travel through time, this enjoyable tale will help you live it! By Mark Twain/Samuel Clemens.
From Mark Twain/Samuel Clemens, a unique picture of what it meant in the 1800's to live on the banks of the Mississippi River.
Emma by Jane Austin. A young girl tries to manage everyone else's love life.
With Kelly To Chitral by William Beynon. A record of the daily life of British officers and Indian troops on an East Indian frontier expedition. What they ate, drank, the trials and marches through rain and snow and some of the jokes they told to keep their spirits up. Published in 1895
Russian Lyrics by Matha Bianchi. Published in 1916 this is an outstanding collection of Russian lyrics and Cossack songs. The rhyme and smoothness have in every case been sacrificed when necessary to preserve the exact rhythm, colour and vigor.
Balloons by Elizabeth Bibesco. In this book published in 1922 we meet Miss Wilcox. Miss Wilcox is given advice such as "avoid wet feet and germs", "it is better not to sit on the grass after age 30, but Miss Wilcox doesn't listen. This is a story of the antics of a young woman who loves Balloons.
The Pirates Of Malabar by John Buddulph. We all love pirate stories. This book takes us back in time to the 1700s and we meet mutinous crews and pirates with bloody hands. This is an irresistable tale of the high seas and the men who ruled it.
Manasseh by Mor Jokai. In 1848 the spirit of resistance to arbitrary rule swept Europe which called for heroic deeds in Hungary. This is the story of the revolt and the atrocities which took place in this area of the world.