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By: Ellen C. Babbitt (1872-)

Book cover More Jataka Tales

The continued success of the "Jataka Tales," as retold and published ten years ago, has led to this second and companion volume. Who that has read or told stories to children has not been lured on by the subtle flattery of their cry for "more"? The Jataka tales, regarded as historic in the Third Century B. C., are the oldest collection of folk-lore extant. They come down to us from that dim far-off time when our forebears told tales around the same hearth fire on the roof of the world.

By: Ellen Newbold La Motte (1873-1961)

Book cover Civilization Tales of the Orient

By: Ellen Thorneycroft Fowler (1860-1929)

Book cover The Farringdons

By: Elliott O'Donnell (1872-1965)

Book cover The Sorcery Club

By: Elliott O’Donnell (1872—1965)

Animal Ghosts by Elliott O’Donnell Animal Ghosts

Summary: This is a collection of ghost stories in which the antagonists are various animals. Divided up into chapters of ghost sightings by each group of animals, you will hear of hauntings by dogs, cats, birds, jungle animals, etc. (Summary by Allyson Hester)

By: Elliott Whitney

Book cover The Rogue Elephant The Boys' Big Game Series
Book cover The Pirate Shark

By: Ellis Meredith (1865-1955)

The Master-Knot of Human Fate by Ellis Meredith The Master-Knot of Human Fate

A tale of two people, and their search for answers to unknown questions. Adam and Robin find themselves inexplicably alone after an apparent natural cataclysm, and are compelled to learn how to survive, how to endure, but most importantly to themselves, how to enjoy, understand their new roles in life, and understand each other. (Introduction by Roger Melin)

By: Ellis Parker Butler (1869-1937)

Philo Gubb, Correspondence-School Detective by Ellis Parker Butler Philo Gubb, Correspondence-School Detective

Philo Gubb, not being content with his job as wallpaper-hanger, has higher aspirations: to become a detective, just like Sherlock Holmes. To that end, he enrolls in a correspondence course, where he gets lessons through the mail as well as the necessary disguises for a detective. Philo Gubb, not being really clever or intuitive, or even looking good in those disguises, gets involved in one case after the other - and sooner or later happens to stumble on and solve the crime... Each of these stories...

Book cover The Thin Santa Claus The Chicken Yard That Was a Christmas Stocking
Book cover Solander's Radio Tomb
Book cover Kilo : being the love story of Eliph' Hewlitt, book agent
Book cover The Water goats and other troubles

By: Elmer Sherwood (1884-)

Book cover Ted Marsh on an Important Mission

By: Elsie Spicer Eells

Fairy Tales from Brazil by Elsie Spicer Eells Fairy Tales from Brazil

This book, subtitled "How and Why Tales from Brazilian Folk-Lore", is a collection of short stories, most of them etiologial myths from Brazilian Indian Folklore.

Book cover Tales of Giants from Brazil

By: Elva S. Smith

Book cover Christmas in Legend and Story A Book for Boys and Girls

By: Emerson Hough (1857-1923)

The Singing Mouse Stories by Emerson Hough The Singing Mouse Stories

The singing mouse tells tales of nature in songs. This book is for those who want to know how the mountains ate up the plains, what the waters said or where the city went.

Book cover The Lady and the Pirate Being the Plain Tale of a Diligent Pirate and a Fair Captive
Book cover The Magnificent Adventure Being the Story of the World's Greatest Exploration and the Romance of a Very Gallant Gentleman
Book cover The Young Alaskans on the Missouri
Book cover The Young Alaskans
Book cover The Man Next Door
Book cover The Young Alaskans in the Rockies
Book cover The Young Alaskans on the Trail
Book cover Young Alaskans in the Far North

By: Émile de La Bédollière (1812-1883)

Book cover The Story of a Cat

By: Émile Gaboriau (1832-1873)

Monsieur Lecoq: The Inquiry by Émile Gaboriau Monsieur Lecoq: The Inquiry

Monsieur Lecoq is a captivating mystery, historical and love story : Around 11 o'clock, on the evening of Shrove Sunday 18.., close to the old Barrière d'Italie, frightful cries, coming from Mother Chupin's drinking-shop, are heard by a party of detectives led by Inspector Gévrol. The squad runs up to it. A triple murder has just been committed. The murderer is caught on the premises. Despite Gévrol's opinion that four scoundrels encountered each other in this vile den, that they began to quarrel, that one of them had a revolver and killed the others, Lecoq, a young police agent, suspects a great mystery...

Monsieur Lecoq Part 2: The Honor of the Name by Émile Gaboriau Monsieur Lecoq Part 2: The Honor of the Name

Monsieur Lecoq is a captivating mystery, historical and love story: Around 11 o'clock, on the evening of Shrove Sunday 18.., close to the old Barrière d'Italie, frightful cries, coming from Mother Chupin's drinking-shop, are heard by a party of detectives led by Inspector Gévrol. The squad runs up to it. A triple murder has just been committed. The murderer is caught on the premises. Despite Gévrol's opinion that four scoundrels encountered each other in this vile den, that they began to quarrel, that one of them had a revolver and killed the others, Lecoq, a young police agent, suspects a great mystery...

By: Emile Gaboriau (1832-1873)

Book cover Other People's Money
Book cover The Mystery of Orcival
Book cover Baron Trigault's Vengeance
Book cover Caught in the Net
Book cover The Count's Millions
Book cover Within an Inch of His Life

By: Émile Souvestre (1806-1854)

Book cover An Attic Philosopher in Paris

By: Émile Zola (1840-1902)

L'Assommoir by Émile Zola L'Assommoir

Émile François Zola (French pronunciation: [emil zɔˈla]) (2 April 1840 – 29 September 1902) was an influential French writer, the most important exemplar of the literary school of naturalism. More than half of Zola’s novels were part of a set of twenty novels about a family under the Second Empire collectively known as Les Rougon-Macquart. L’Assommoir (1877) is the seventh novel in the series. Usually considered one of Zola’s masterpieces, the novel—a harsh and uncompromising study of alcoholism and poverty in the working-class districts of Paris—was a huge commercial success and established Zola’s fame and reputation throughout France and the world.

Therese Raquin by Émile Zola Therese Raquin

An unsatisfied wife kills her weak husband in order to carry on a sordid affair with another man. However, her selfish plans are spoiled when her husband continues to haunt her. This is often said to be Zola's first great novel.

The Flood, trans. by an unknown translator by Émile Zola The Flood, trans. by an unknown translator

A well-to-do French farm family is destroyed by a flood. The story, thrilling to the very end, is told from the point of view of the family’s 70-year-old patriarch. The story speaks of the helplessness of mankind in the face of the forces of nature.

Book cover The Fat and the Thin
Book cover Four Short Stories By Emile Zola
Book cover His Masterpiece
Book cover L'Assommoir
Book cover The Fête At Coqueville 1907

By: Emilie Flygare-Carlén (1807-1892)

Book cover The Home in the Valley

By: Emilie Kip Baker

Book cover Short Stories and Selections for Use in the Secondary Schools

By: Emilie Searchfield

Book cover The Heiress of Wyvern Court

By: Emily Bronte (1818-1848)

Wuthering Heights by Emily Bronte Wuthering Heights

Emily Bronte’s first and only novel, Wuthering Heights, portrays the obsessive and vengeful love story between Heathcliff and Catherine. Images of cruelty and passion with an incorporation of gothic supernatural elements set the dark and misty atmosphere present throughout the novel. Moving between two neighboring houses, Wuthering Heights and Thrushcross Grange, the wild love story turned destructive obsession is narrated by Mr. Lockwood through his diary entries. Bronte sets the novel into motion with the arrival of Mr...

By: Emily Calvin Blake (1882-)

Book cover Suzanna Stirs the Fire

By: Emily Neville (1919-1997)

It's Like This, Cat by Emily Neville It's Like This, Cat

This novel won the Newbery Medal for excellence in American children's literature in 1964. This delightful story revolves around a 14 year old boy, Dave and his adopted cat, called just "Cat", who turns his ordinary everyday life into an exciting roller-coaster ride.

By: Emily Paret Atwater

Book cover How Sammy Went to Coral-Land

By: Emily Post (1873-1960)

Book cover The Title Market

By: Emily Sarah Holt (1836-1893)

Book cover The White Lady of Hazelwood A Tale of the Fourteenth Century
Book cover Earl Hubert's Daughter The Polishing of the Pearl - A Tale of the 13th Century
Book cover The King's Daughters
Book cover It Might Have Been The Story of the Gunpowder Plot
Book cover All's Well Alice's Victory
Book cover Mistress Margery
Book cover For the Master's Sake A Story of the Days of Queen Mary
Book cover Our Little Lady Six Hundred Years Ago

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