By: Annie Hamilton Donnell (1862-)
|Glory and the Other Girl
By: Annie Roe Carr
Nan Sherwood at Pine Camp
A school girl story about two Illinois teens and the adventures they have with family,friends and the chance to go to a boarding school in Michigan in the early 1920's.
|Nan Sherwood at Palm Beach Or Strange Adventures Among The Orange Groves
|Nan Sherwood's Winter Holidays Rescuing the Runaways
By: Annie S. Swan (1859-1943)
|The Guinea Stamp A Tale of Modern Glasgow
By: Annie T. Colcock
|Margaret Tudor A Romance of Old St. Augustine
By: Annie Trumbull Slosson (1838-1926)
The Log-Cabin Lady
'The story of The Log-Cabin Lady is one of the annals of America. It is a moving record of the conquest of self-consciousness and fear through mastery of manners and customs. It has been written by one who has not sacrificed the strength and honesty of her pioneer girlhood, but who added to these qualities that graciousness and charm which have given her distinction on two continents.'(from the introduction)
By: Anonymous (1821-1890)
The Book of A Thousand Nights and a Night
This is a collection of stories collected over thousands of years by various authors, translators and scholars. The are an amalgam of mythology and folk tales from the Indian sub-continent, Persia, and Arabia. No original manuscript has ever been found for the collection, but several versions date the collection’s genesis to somewhere between AD 800-900. The stories are wound together under the device of a long series of cliff-hangers told by Shahrazad to her husband Shahryar, to prevent him from executing her...
An Englishwoman's Love-Letters
It need hardly be said that the woman by whom these letter were written had no thought that they would be read by anyone but the person to whom they were addressed. But a request, conveyed under circumstances which the writer herself would have regarded as all-commanding, urges that they should now be given to the world; and, so far as is possible with a due regard to the claims of privacy, what is here printed presents the letters as they were first written in their complete form and sequence. From book explaination
The Real Mother Goose
A heartwarming collection of nursery rhymes that will take you back to your childhood!
Child’s New Story Book
Short and sweet stories for children.
Tiny Story Book
Short and sweet stories for children.
The History of Robinson Crusoe
A 6-page digest of Defoe’s famous work for young readers.
That Mother-in-Law of Mine
Here we were, only a month married, and spending our honeymoon at a most charming summer resort, where there was no excuse for getting out of patience. Everything was beautiful and attractive: Little hotel, strange to say, quite delightful; no fault to find with surroundings and accommodations; my darling Bessie, as sweet as an angel and determined to be happy and to make me happy; everything, in short, calculated to give us a long summer of delight. That is, if Bessie had only been an orphan. But there was her mother, who had joined us on our summer trip, after the first two weeks of unalloyed happiness, and threatened to accompany us through life. (excerpt from chapter 1)
Irish Wit and Humor
Excerpted anecdotes from the biographies of Swift, Curran, O'Leary and O'Connell, relating humorous snippets of politics in 18th and 19th century Ireland. For some these may be poignant in addition to being humorous and for others they may be humorous in addition to being poignant. (
True Stories of Wonderful Deeds
37 short pieces perfect for newer recorders. These one page Stories of (mostly) Wonderful Deeds were written for Little Folk to teach them about famous incidents in their history. Bonnie Prince Charlie, Nelson and Hardy, Bruce and the Spider, David Livingston, Canute, Sir Philip Sydney, and Elizabeth and Raleigh are just some of the well known people and incidents covered in short stories.
The Broken Vase and Other Stories
The Broken Vase and Other Stories;for Children and Youth,Compiled by a Teacher
The Chymical Wedding of Christian Rosenkreutz
The Chymical Wedding of Christian Rosenkreutz was edited in 1616 in Strasbourg (annexed by France in 1681). It is the third of the original manifestos of the mysterious "Fraternity of the Rose Cross" (Rosicrucians). NOTE: It was translated into English for the first time in 1690 by E. Foxcroft. This translation became the source for many of the modern attempts to improve the original. The translation presented here is that of E. Foxcroft. Although the book first appeared in 1616, the story takes place over 150 years earlier...
|Beauty and the Beast
|The Three Bears
|The Twelve Labours of Hercules, Son of Jupiter & Alcmena
|Harry's Ladder to Learning
|Aladdin or The Wonderful Lamp
|Little Stories for Little Children
|Cinderella; or, The Little Glass Slipper and Other Stories
|My Young Days
|Pleasing Stories for Good Children with Pictures
|Dame Wonder's Picture Alphabet Amusing Alphabet, Dame Wonder's Series.
|A Picture Book, for Little Children
|All About the Little Small Red Hen