By: Arthur Scott Bailey
The Tale of Grandfather Mole
Arthur Scott Bailey (1877 – 1949) was the author of more than forty children’s books.Bailey’s writing has been described thusly by the Newark Evening News: “Mr. Bailey centered all his plots in the animal, bird and insect worlds, weaving natural history into the stories in a way that won educator’s approval without arousing the suspicions of his young readers. He made it a habit to never ‘write down’ to children and frequently used words beyond the average juvenile vocabulary, believing that youngsters respond to the stimulus of the unfamiliar.”
The Tale of Brownie Beaver
Arthur Scott Bailey was the author of more than forty children’s books, centered all his plots in the animal, bird and insect worlds, weaving natural history into the stories in a way that won educator’s approval without arousing the suspicions of his young readers. The Tale of Brownie Beaver is another adventure of the friends and neighbours of Pleasant Valley. You will hear how Brownie keeps a house safe from a Freshet and how he receives his weekly newspaper and not to forget the making of a new suit.
Tale of Miss Kitty Cat
The rats and the mice thought that Miss Kitty Cat was a terrible person. She was altogether too fond of hunting them. They agreed, however, that in one way it was pleasant to have her about the farmhouse. When she washed her face, while sitting on the doorsteps, they knew—so they said!—that it was going to rain. And then Mrs. Rat never would let her husband leave home without taking his umbrella. As a rule Miss Kitty Cat didn't look at all frightful. Almost always she appeared quite unruffled, going about her business in a quiet way and making no fuss over anything...
Tale of Dickie Deer Mouse
"All the four-footed folk in the neighborhood agreed that Dickie Deer Mouse was well worth knowing. Throughout Pleasant Valley there was no one else so gentle as he . . . He was always tastefully dressed in fawn color and white. And except sometimes in the spring, when he needed a new coat, he was a real joy to see. For he both looked and acted like a well-bred little person."In one of Bailey's "Sleepy-Time Tales", we follow a polite little mouse called Dickie as he hunts for a summer home, finds food, and avoids various predators...
Tale of Buster Bumblebee
Buster Bumblebee and his family move into a new home. Excitement and buzzing abound. Buster meet a strange fellow called a carpenter bee, way too many chirpy crickets, and even finds his own long lost sister. Later in his adventurous life, Buster learns of another kind of Bee, a Raising Bee and how much food is available for everyone there. All in all, this tale will bring smiles and grins to listeners young and old as it tells of Buster Bumblebee, a young bee with a lot to learn but a heart of gold.
Tale of Mrs. LadyBug
Have you ever seen a LadyBug and wondered what the cute little bug with the dots on her back was thinking? And why she seemed in such a rush? Well here is your chance to peek into her thoughts and enjoy some of her daily triumphs and disasters. "Little Mrs. Ladybug was a worker. Nobody could deny that. To be sure, she had to stop now and then to talk to her neighbors, because Mrs. Ladybug dearly loved a bit of gossip. At the same time there wasn't anyone in Pleasant Valley that helped Farmer Green more than she did...
Tale of Henrietta Hen
The Tale of Henrietta Hen is a cute children's book filled with the adventures of a hen named Henrietta.
Tale of Pony Twinkleheels
"When Johnnie Green sent him along the road at a trot, Twinkleheels' tiny feet moved so fast that you could scarcely have told one from another. Being a pony, and only half as big as a horse, he had to move his legs twice as quickly as a horse did in order to travel at a horse's speed. Twinkleheels' friends knew that he didn't care to be beaten by any horse, no matter how long-legged. "It's spirit, not size, that counts," Farmer Green often remarked as he watched Twinkleheels tripping out of the yard, sometimes with Johnnie on his back, sometimes drawing Johnnie in a little, red-wheeled buggy...
By: Arthur Stanwood Pier (1874-1966)
|The Jester of St. Timothy's|
By: Arthur Stringer (1874-1950)
|The Man Who Couldn't Sleep|
|The Prairie Child|
|The Prairie Mother|
|Phantom Wires A Novel|
By: Arthur Thomas Quiller-Couch (1863-1944)
|The Blue Pavilions|
|Dead Man's Rock|
|The Adventures of Harry Revel|
|The Delectable Duchy|
|News from the Duchy|
|The Mayor of Troy|
By: Asa Don Dickinson (1876-1960)
The Children's Book of Christmas Stories
Many librarians have felt the need and expressed the desire for a select collection of children's Christmas stories in one volume. This book claims to be just that and nothing more. Each of the stories has already won the approval of thousands of children, and each is fraught with the true Christmas spirit. It is hoped that the collection will prove equally acceptable to parents, teachers, and librarians.
Good Cheer Stories Every Child Should Know
This charming book has many stories that deal mostly with the holiday of Thanksgiving, perfectly suited for family listening and reading. and gathers in one volume tales of tasty turkeys, festive parties, generous gestures, and holiday cheer. The stories featured include works by such writers as Harriet Beecher Stowe, George Eliot, Nathaniel Hawthorne, and others. So if you want to listen to some great stories that bring out gratitude for life and a thanksgiving attitude, here are a bunch of the best.
By: August Strindberg (1849-1912)
The Red Room
A young idealistic civil servant, Arvid Falk, leaves the drudgery of bureaucracy to become a journalist and author. As he explores various social activities — politics, publishing, theatre, philanthropy, and business — he finds more hypocrisy and corruption than he thought possible. He takes refuge with a group of "bohemians", who meet in a red dining room in Berns Salonger to discuss these matters. (Introduction adopted from Wikipedia)
By: Augusta Groner (1850-1929)
The Case of the Pocket Diary Found in the Snow
The account of some adventures in the professional experience of a member of the Imperial Austrian Police. (from the text)
Case Of The Registered Letter
A man is found shot dead and the man to whom all evidence points insists he is innocent.
By: Augusta Huiell Seaman (1879-1950)
The Dragon's Secret
Sixteen year old Leslie Crane has come to the New Jersey shore as a companion to ailing Aunt Marcia, whose doctor has sent her there for a some quiet rest and recuperation. While the beach is lovely in October, Leslie quickly finds herself getting lonely with no one her own age to talk to. Little does she realize that she will not only soon make a new friend, but that they will both end up in the midst of a puzzling mystery centered around the closed up bungalow next door. Augusta Huiell Seaman is the author of over 40 historical fiction and mystery novels for older children most of which are currently out of print. The Dragon’s Secret was originally published in 1921.
The Boarded Up House
What is the secret of the old boarded up house? And what is the answer to the mystery of the long lost letter that is found in it? Best friends Joyce and Cynthia - along with their dog "Goliath", are determined to find out in this pre-Nancy Drew juvenile mystery for girls.Augusta Huiell Seaman was the author of over 40 historical fiction and mystery novels for older children.
By: Augusta J. Evans (1835-1909)
|Inez A Tale of the Alamo|
By: Augustine D. Crake (1836-1890)
|The Rival Heirs; being the Third and Last Chronicle of Aescendune|
|Alfgar the Dane or the Second Chronicle of Aescendune A Tale of the Days of Edmund Ironside|
|Edwy the Fair or the First Chronicle of Aescendune A Tale of the Days of Saint Dunstan|
By: Augustus Allen Hayes (1837-1892)
|The Denver Express From "Belgravia" for January, 1884|
By: Aunt Fanny (1822-1894)
|The Apple Dumpling and Other Stories for Young Boys and Girls|
|Aunt Fanny's Story-Book for Little Boys and Girls|
|The Little Nightcap Letters|
|The Fairy Nightcaps|
|The Two Story Mittens and the Little Play Mittens Being the Fourth Book of the Series|
|Little Mittens for The Little Darlings Being the Second Book of the Series|
|The Big Nightcap Letters Being the Fifth Book of the Series|
By: Aunt Friendly
|Hatty and Marcus or, First Steps in the Better Path|
By: Austin Bishop
Tom of the Raiders
Young Adult historical fiction of a young man joining the Union Army and taking part in the Great Locomotive Chase.
By: Avis A. Burnham Stanwood
|Fostina Woodman, the Wonderful Adventurer|
By: Ayn Rand (1905-1982)
The title 'Anthem' is derived as an anthem to sense of self and self-governing thoughts. Anthem is a story of Equality 7-2521 who is a young man living in some unspecified future time and place. In this future era freedom and individual rights have been eradicated. The starring character of the novel is an inquisitive street cleaner. He lives in a society where people have lost their knowledge of individualism, to the extreme that people do not know words like 'I' or 'mine'. All the people live and work for their livelihood in collective groups, along with the people with power, namely the 'Councils'...
By: B. (Benjamin) Barker
|Blackbeard Or, The Pirate of Roanoke.|
By: B. L. Farjeon (1838-1903)
Devlin the Barber
The stabbing death of a beautiful young woman in a London park at night and the disappearance of her sister; a shocked and heartbroken young suitor; a terrified landlady and her simple husband; a recently unemployed man, the narrator, who is requested to investigate the crime; and the mysterious title character who, as his name suggests, has a devilishness about him in his psychic ability to read minds and to perform other supernatural acts. These are some of the individuals in this inventive, absorbing mystery by the prolific and popular British author, B. L. Farjeon. There are really two mysteries here: the murder and the strange – person? – known as Devlin.
By: B. M. Bower (1871-1940)
Chip, of the Flying U
Cattleman J.G. Whittemore, owner of the Flying U ranch in Montana, trusts the task of meeting his sister at the train to only one man, Chip. Chip’s not too keen on women. In his experience they come in only a few types: prissy “sweet young thing”, annoying cowgirl, or old maid that wants to drag him to church. He isn’t prepared for Miss Della Whittemore, the “Little Doctor.” She turns the ranch upside down, but can she turn Chip head over heels?
|The Flying U Ranch|
|The Heritage of the Sioux|
|Her Prairie Knight|
|The Trail of the White Mule|