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By: A. A. Milne (1882-1956)

Book cover Gallery of Children

A collection of 12 fantasy stories for children. Clever little tales that mothers can smile over and children enjoy. The illustrations for this book were originally Colgate ads, and who but a master such as Mr. Milne could have taken those charming pictures and made them come alive.

By: H. G. Wells (1866-1946)

Book cover Joan and Peter

This is satirical look at the English educational system and society in the early twentieth century and the effect of World War I on them by following the lives of Peter Stublands and the orphaned Joan. It is a sad indictment, and Wells includes "An Apology of a Schoolmaster" to explain the constraints of the system.

By: Homer Greene (1853-1940)

Book cover Whispering Tongues

Parmenter and Lee are good friends who attend Concord College. But a hazing incident tears the friendship apart, and affects the lives of both the hazers and the hazee. And the whispering tongues of classmates of falsehoods, jealousy and rumor, serve only to make matters worse. Another heart-warming tale of disgrace and redemption from Homer Greene.

By: Kay Lyttleton

Book cover Jean Craig In New York

Jean is a talented teenage girl devoted to her family. Living with her parents and sisters in the countryside, she is given the opportunity to go back to New York and continue her art studies. The joy for her new life in New York will get to conflicting feelings, because she also misses her loved family in the countryside.

By: W. S. Gilbert (1836-1911)

Book cover Pinafore Picture Book: The Story Of H.M.S. Pinafore (Version 2)

Pinafore’s sublimely silly story is made even sillier by this 1908 story version of the 1878 Gilbert and Sullivan operetta. Gilbert, the author of the operetta’s lyrics, writes this version of the story with his tongue planted firmly in his cheek. Most adults and children will find this version vastly amusing. - Summary by David Wales

By: Lucy Maud Montgomery (1874-1942)

Book cover Emily Climbs, Version 2

“Emily Climbs” is the second book in a series by the author of "Anne of Green Gables." Emily Byrd Starr, an orphan living with her New Moon aunts, is destined to be a writer. When she is permitted to attend high school in Shrewsbury with her pals she is overjoyed, until she is told there are two conditions: she must board with Aunt Ruth, and she must give up writing fiction while she is there. Will Emily’s lively spirit withstand Aunt Ruth’s no-nonsense rules? And how can Emily survive without her beloved stories?

By: Jane Eayre Fryer

Book cover Mary Frances Sewing Book

This enchanting book was first published in 1913 “for all girls who love to make pretty things”. Meet Tommy Pin Cushion, Mr. Silver Thimble, Ma Chine, and many other delightful characters, along with the mysterious Needle-of-Don’t-Have-to-Try and the magic fairy lady, who truly serve to show that the best way to learn is through fun! Mary Frances, through the witty, jolly help of the Thimble People, learns easy step-to-step projects from basic stitches that gradually introduce simple patterns and projects to make a beautiful vintage wardrobe for a 16 inch doll.

By: Ella Farman Pratt (1837-1907)

Book cover Sugar Plums

“Sugar Plums” by Ella Farman Pratt is a wonderful, sometimes tragic, collection of children's poems that run the spectrum between bliss and misfortune of seemingly ordinary days to the flights of fancy of children, parents and creatures alike; in places like stately homes, humble nests, city streets, and farm fields, just to name a few. Their stories are a masterful blend of whimsy and mischief, beauty and bewilderment, simplicity and, sometimes, sorrow. The journey that this collection takes its audience on is like no other - Summary by DOLZ

By: Walter De la Mare (1873-1956)

Book cover Peacock Pie: A Book of Rhymes

These wonderful, whimsical poems from the incomparable Walter de la Mare describe the bliss of childhood, explore the marvel of a child's imagination and portray the intriguing landscapes of existences both lived and imagined by a young mind in a magical kingdom located somewhere between daydream and caprice. In these poems we experience aspects of a reality unencumbered by concern, unhindered by anxiety, and share an imagination free to wander, ponder, contemplate, envision and express itself in a marvelous mosaic of impression, inspiration and introspection...

By: Kenneth Grahame (1859-1932)

Book cover Wind in the Willows (Version 7 Dramatic Reading)

Join Mole and Water Rat for terrifically fun romps along a river and through burrows and forests . . . visiting with Otter and Mr. Badger, and witnessing crazy adventures by Mr. Toad as he evades the authorities and meets various interesting individuals. Kenneth Grahame's classic was first published in 1908, but continues to delight young and old folks today. Cast List:Narrator: Lynette Caulkins Badger: Scott Caulkins Mole: Shelly Toad: Patrick Smith Otter: Marissa Siobhan Wayfarer/Sea Rat: J...

By: Alice B. Emerson

Book cover Betty Gordon at Bramble Farm

Betty Gordon found herself an orphan at age twelve. She became the ward of her uncle, Richard Gordon. She immediately came to love her uncle dearly. Unfortunately, his job took him on travels regularly. Therefore, he decided to send Betty to spend the summer with an old friend, Agatha Peabody, at Bramble Farm. Little did Uncle Dick or Betty know, that Bramble Farm was not a welcoming or joyful place to live, as Agatha's husband was a miserly and sour man. The only bright spot in Betty's summer was her friendship with Bob, a poor orphan, bound to work tirelessly upon the farm. - Summary by Marie Christian

By: Henry Wysham Lanier (1873-1958)

Book cover Book of Giants

Tales of very tall men of myth, legend, history, and science - Summary by Henry Wysham Lanier

By: Margaret O. Oliphant (1828-1897)

Book cover For Love and Life Vol. II

Edgar faces a crisis and must swallow his pride. Should he ask Lord Newmarch for a job? And what of his planned proposal to his beloved Gussy? In a flash, his plans... his life... have been turned upside down.

By: A. A. Milne (1882-1956)

Book cover When We Were Very Young (Version 3)

A timeless collection of poems for the whole family to enjoy, including "Buckingham Palace", "Disobedience", "Halfway Down" and of course, "Teddy Bear", where we're introduced for the first time to Edward Bear, later to become known as Winnie-the-Pooh. Beloved for nearly 100 years, there's no better time to go back to where it all began!

By: Burt L. Standish (1866-1945)

Book cover Rockspur Eleven

A fine football story for boys. This is another dime novel from the author of the Frank Merriman series.

By: Frank Tousey (1853-1902)

Book cover Fame and Fortune Weekly No. 1: A Lucky Deal; or The 'Cutest Boy in Wall Street

A Lucky Deal is a story of a young New York lad who, in the process of looking for a job, becomes a hero and lands a dream job as a messenger boy in Wall Street. This gives him access to people and information that he can use constructively to build himself up. Along the way, he has a powerful, saving influence on many of those around him.

Book cover Fame and Fortune Weekly No. 2: Born to Good Luck; or The Boy Who Succeeded

Dick Armstrong is an enterprising young man who works his way out of a slave-labor situation to become a successful businessman at only age 17. He shows through cool, reasonable understanding of business, an honest man can make something of himself if he takes advantage of the opportunities given him.

By: Howard R. Garis (1873-1962)

Book cover Toodle and Noodle Flat-tail: The Jolly Beaver Boys

Toodle and Noodle, the rambunctious young beaver boys take center stage in this book about their adventures. Fun, excitement and a bit of mischievousness make them always alert for the next curious turn in the trail. - Summary by phil chenevert

By: Mary Hazelton Blanchard Wade (1860-1936)

Book cover Our Little Russian Cousin

This delightful little book is one of many titles in The Little Cousin Series. The author narrates details in the life of a fictional Russian girl named Petrovna. In doing so she introduces children to Russian life and culture at the turn of the 20th century. - Summary by Marie Christian

By: Frank Tousey (1853-1902)

Book cover Fame and Fortune Weekly No. 3: Corner in Corn

Vance Thornton is a young man who works for a Corn Operator in Chicago. He picked up a lot of important skills by watching his boss, and now gets a chance to use them in trying to corner the market. Along the way, he shows the most important skill for success is his integrity. From this, all other opportunities availed themselves.

Book cover Fame and Fortune Weekly No. 4: A Game of Chance

Will Sommers is a talented young man who currently works in the Engine Room of a factory, but who is quickly becoming an Engineer. He uses his talents to benefit the company for which he works, but also to help himself, as he attempts to turn a swamp into an ice privilege. Will also demonstrates his great character in helping young Jessie Fairweather when she is confronted by the entitled son of the local Squire.

Book cover Fame and Fortune Weekly No. 5: Hard to Beat

Bob Brooks is a young messenger boy on Wall Street, who uses his business sagacity to take advantage of some serendipitous tips to get a career going as a Wall Street Speculator. He also puts his innate bravery to work not only in business, but also in helping the helpless, and overcoming evil enemies who would do him harm.


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