Two boys- one a prince, the other a pauper- look so much alike that no one can tell them apart! Join them in the days of old England, as they switch places- the prince becoming a pauper and the pauper a prince.
Do UFO's really exist? Could creatures from another planet visit Earth? In The War of the Worlds they do exist and the visitors from the planet Mars come to Earth with not so friendly intentions- to destroy our civilizations! Can humans stop these monstrous invaders before they destroy everything and everyone on Earth?
Oliver Twist is a penniless orphan. What chance has he got on the dangerous streets of 19th century London? Before long, he's taken in by a gang of thieves. The boy's future looks grim indeed, until a few kindly souls enter the picture.
In this graphic novel version of this early science fiction thriller, the heroes use science and natural resources of the island to create a safe life.
This unforgettable story takes place in nineteenth-century England, through the eyes of Black Beauty. The reader will feel the love and cruelty that this great stallion experiences. Beginning with Black Beauty's wonderful life with his master, Squire Gordon, and the kindness of Jerry Barker to the terrible times as a "cab" horse having to tolerate the torture of the "proper" English bearing reins, Black Beauty's story speaks for all animals that can't speak for themselves.
The Secret Garden is a children's classic. This timeless novel tells the tale of Mary, a young orphan girl who is sent to live in a large Yorkshire mansion on the edge of a lonely and terrifying moor. Mary discovers friendship and courage as she awakens the secret garden on the property.
This is a charming chapter book featuring two sets of twins at the turn of the century. Jump into the wholesome adventures of Bert, Nan, Freddie and Flossie, two sets of twins who always manage to have fun. Share the stories that have delighted children for over a hundred years with a new generation.
Ali Baba is a poor woodcutter who discovers a secret lair of thieves with the password "Open Sesame". This classic Middle Eastern folk tale has delighted audiences for centuries.
Book 5 in the Anne of Green Gables series - Anne's House of Dreams begins with the wedding between Anne Shirley and Gilbert Blythe. In this book, they move to a small home and begin their life together with love, loss and many interesting escapades.
Anne of Avonlea is the second book in the Anne of Green Gables series. This book follows Anne Shirley from the age of 16-18 during the two years she teaches at the Avonlea school. Anne discovers all of the joys and struggles of being a teacher and continuing her studies and friendship with Gilbert
This collection includes Aladdin and the Magic Lamp, the Story of Sinbad the Voyager, Ali Baba and the Forty Thieves and other lesser-known but still wonderful tales for children and adults alike.
Aesop's Fables have been touchstone tales for hundreds of years. Stories like "The Tortoise and the Hare," "The Boy who Cried Wolf" and "The Fox and the Grapes" are just as relevant for today's audiences as they ever were.
Hans Christian Anderson's Fairy Tales have been beloved by children for centuries. This collection includes: The Emperor's New Clothes; The Swineherd; The Real Princess; The Shoes of Fortune; The Fir Tree; The Snow Queen; The Leap Frog; The Elderbush; The Bell; The Old House; The Happy Family; The Story of a Mother; The False Collar; The Shadow; The Little Match Girl; The Dream of Little Tuk; and The Naughty Boy.
In this sequel to From the Earth to the Moon, Verne’s three travelers almost make it to the moon, flying around it in a homemade projectile.
Isn't it nice to think that tomorrow is a new day with no mistakes in it yet? Anne of Green Gables is one of the world's most beloved young heroines. This coming of age novel is a must read for romantics of all ages. It tells the adventures of Anne Shirley, a young orphan girl, age 11 who is mistakenly sent to Matthew and Marilla Cuthbert, a middle-aged brother and sister who had intended to adopt a boy to help them on their farm on Prince Edward Island.
Anne of the Island is the third book in the Anne of Green Gables series In this volume, Anne attends Redmond college in Nova Scotia. In this book, the growing relationship between Anne and Gilbert is almost thwarted but despite herself, Anne finds true love.
Aladdin is a street rat with the potential to something much more. This Middle Eastern folk tale has delighted audiences for centuries.
Alice's Adventure's in Wonderland tells the weird and wonderful tale of a little girl who falls down a rabbit hole into a strange world.
Two retellings (one modern, one traditional) of the classic fable in which a young boy’s false cries for help cause him problems when he is really in need of assistance. Includes discussion questions and examines the moral of the fable.
Two retellings (one modern, one traditional) of the classic fable about a farmer whose goose lays golden eggs but whose greed keeps him wanting more. Includes discussion questions and examines the moral of the fable.
Two retellings (one modern, one traditional) of the classic fable in which hardworking ants prepare for the winter while a lazy grasshopper plays all year long. Includes discussion questions and examines the moral of the fable.
Two retellings (one modern, one traditional) of the classic fable in which a tiny mouse helps a mighty lion, who once showed her mercy, escape from a trap. Includes discussion questions and examines the moral of the fable.
Two retellings (one modern, one traditional) of the classic fable about a hungry, but unlucky, wolf who tries to capture a tasty lamb for dinner by disguising himself in sheep’s wool. Includes discussion questions and examines the moral of the fable.
Two retellings (one modern, one traditional) of the classic fable that follows the events of the famous race between the boastful hare and the persevering tortoise. Includes discussion questions and examines the moral of the fable.
Dracula opens the door to the unknown. Do all superstitions have a basis in reality, or are they just folklore? Bram Stoker's Dracula is one of the most feared and most loved tales in literature. From Transylvania to London, the reader explores the dark side of mystery and intrigue riding on the coattails of Dracula's cape, changing from wolf to bat, and living on in the nighttime. Do vampires really exist? Read Dracula and decide for yourself.