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By: Unknown

Rock A Bye Library: A Book of Fables by Unknown Rock A Bye Library: A Book of Fables

A book of short fables with morals.

Book cover The Nürnberg Stove
Book cover The Dogs' Dinner Party
Book cover The Mouse's Wedding
Book cover Goody Two-Shoes
Book cover The Crown of Success
Book cover The Story of the White Mouse
Book cover The Boarding School Familiar conversations between a governess and her pupils. Written for the amusement and instruction of young ladies.
Book cover The Flower Basket A Fairy Tale
Book cover The Rambles of a Rat
Book cover Grandmother Puss, or, The grateful mouse
Book cover Three People
Book cover Amy Harrison or Heavenly Seed and Heavenly Dew
Book cover The Skating Party and Other Stories
Book cover Charlie Scott or, There's Time Enough

By: V. T. Sherman

Book cover The Call of the Beaver Patrol or, A Break in the Glacier

By: Vance Barnum

Book cover Joe Strong, the Boy Fish or Marvelous Doings in a Big Tank
Book cover Joe Strong the Boy Fire-Eater The Most Dangerous Performance on Record
Book cover Joe Strong on the Trapeze or The Daring Feats of a Young Circus Performer
Book cover Frank and Andy Afloat Or, The Cave on the Island

By: Various

Short Science Fiction Collection by Various Short Science Fiction Collection

Science fiction (abbreviated SF or sci-fi with varying punctuation and case) is a broad genre of fiction that often involves sociological and technical speculations based on current or future science or technology. This is a reader-selected collection of short stories originally published between 1931 and 1963, that entered the US public domain when their copyright was not renewed. Summary by Cori Samuel, with Wikipedia input.

Kayray's Storytime by Various Kayray's Storytime

A collection of my favorite short children's stories and rhymes.

Book cover Tiger and Tom and Other Stories for Boys
Book cover Adventures in Many Lands
Book cover Southern Stories Retold from St. Nicholas

By: Vera C. (Vera Charlesworth) Barclay (1893-)

Book cover Stories of the Saints by Candle-Light

By: Victor Appleton (1873-1962)

Tom Swift and the Visitor From Planet X by Victor Appleton Tom Swift and the Visitor From Planet X

If you haven't come across the 200-book series about Tom Swift Jr, this book would be an interesting one to start with. The series is aimed at the young adult readership, probably male, and the young adolescent hero, Tom Swift Jr is the son of Tom Swift Sr. The books portray the perennially 18-year-old Tom, a tall and angular youngster, possessed of a very high intelligence and presence of mind. Regular characters include his parents, younger sister Sandy, best buddy Bud Barclay, his regular date Phyllis Newton, and the comic roly-poly Chow Winkler...

Tom Swift and His Aerial Warship, or, the Naval Terror of the Seas by Victor Appleton Tom Swift and His Aerial Warship, or, the Naval Terror of the Seas

Tom Swift is an inventor, and these are his adventures. The locale is the little town of Shopton in upstateNew York, near Lake Carlopa. While some of Tom’s inventions are not well-founded in a scientific sense, others elaborated developments in the news and in popular magazines aimed at young science and invention enthusiasts. Presenting themselves as a forecast of future possibilities, they now and then hit close to the mark. Some predicted inventions that came true include “photo telephones”, vertical takeoff aircraft, aerial warships, giant cannons, and “wizard” cameras...

Tom Swift in the Land of Wonders by Victor Appleton Tom Swift in the Land of Wonders

Tom Swift is the young protagonist in a series of juvenile adventure novels which began in the early twentieth century and continue to the present. Tom Swift is a genius inventor whose breakthroughs in technology (especially transport technology) drive the plots of the novels, placing them in a genre sometimes called “invention fiction” or “Edisonade”. This book is the 20th in the original series published from 1910 -1942, written by a ghost writer using the name of Victor Appleton. This adventure takes Tom and his cohorts to Honduras in search of a Mayan idol of gold.

Tom Swift and His War Tank by Victor Appleton Tom Swift and His War Tank

Tom Swift, that prolific youthful inventor, is engaged in trying to help the Allies win WWI. After reading newspaper accounts of the British tanks, Tom takes a sheet of paper and sets out to design a better one from scratch. And fortunately, he can throw the whole family business behind his venture. He has two problems: First, his friends and acquaintances are questioning his patriotism because he hasn’t enlisted as a rifleman for the front lines. Even his girl is worried his blood isn’t true-blue...

Tom Swift and his Electric Runabout by Victor Appleton Tom Swift and his Electric Runabout

Tom Swift enters an upcoming race with his specially-designed prototype electric race car. But as he makes the final preparations and adjustments, days before the race, he discovers a plot that would bankrupt not only his family, but also everyone else that relies on the local bank (which is the target of a nefarious bank-run scheme). Tom must solve the mystery and stop the criminals behind the plot before he’ll test himself on a 500 mile race against some of the best electric cars and skilled drivers in the United States...

Tom Swift and the Electronic Hydrolung by Victor Appleton Tom Swift and the Electronic Hydrolung

The US Government is very smartly letting Tom Swift Jr. handle the recovery of its probe to Jupiter. But a mystery missile suddenly intercepts the probe and splashes it in the South Atlantic.Faced with a huge search task to find the probe on the ocean bottom, Tom soon realizes that the same shadowy group that attacked the probe is competing to find it, and no holds are barred: kidnap, coercion, and lethal force are all in play.Under such circumstances, what can Tom do? What he does every time, of course! He invents some utterly cool device to get the job done! And his Electronic Hydrolung is just the beginning!

Tom Swift and His Big Tunnel by Victor Appleton Tom Swift and His Big Tunnel

The Titus Brothers Contractors company have won a government contract in Peru to blast a tunnel through a mountain and connect two isolated railroad lines. The deadline is approaching, and the contractors have hit a literal wall: excessively hard rock which defies conventional blasting techniques. The company is under pressure to finish, or else the contract will default to their rivals, Blakeson & Grinder. Mr. Job Titus has heard of Tom Swift and Tom's giant cannon, which is used in protecting the Panama Canal, and wants to hire Tom to develop a special blasting powder to help them finish the excavation...

Tom Swift in Captivity by Victor Appleton Tom Swift in Captivity

Tom Swift is approached by Mr. Preston, the owner of a circus, and begins to tell the story of Jake Poddington, Mr. Preston's most skilled hunter. As it turns out, Jake went missing just after sending word to Preston that Jake was on the trail of a tribe of giants, somewhere in South Africa. That was the last Preston has heard of Jake Poddington. Preston would like Tom to use one of his airships to search for Poddington, and if possible, bring back a giant for the circus.Listeners are forewarned that some elements and characters included in Tom Swift books portray certain ethnic groups in a very dated manner that modern readers, and listeners, may find offensive...

Tom Swift and his Airship by Victor Appleton Tom Swift and his Airship

In Tom Swift and His Airship, Tom Swift has finished his latest invention- the Red Cloud, a fast and innovative airship. Tom is anxious for a cross-country trial, but just before he and his friends take off, the Shopton bank is robbed. No sooner is Tom in the air than he is blamed for the robbery. Suddenly, he's a wanted fugitive but doesn't know why until he's half-way across the country. With no safe harbor or friend on the land below, Tom must race back to Shopton to clear his name before he's shot out of the sky.

Book cover Tom Swift and His Electric Rifle; or, Daring Adventures in Elephant Land
Book cover Tom Swift and His Giant Telescope
Book cover Tom Swift and His Submarine Boat, or, under the Ocean for Sunken Treasure
Book cover Tom Swift and His Motor-Cycle, or, Fun and Adventures on the Road
Book cover Tom Swift Among the Diamond Makers

Tom Swift flies his airship to the mountain tops of Colorado to seek for the secret of the Diamond Makers: criminal scientists who have figured out the formula of manufacturing a limitless fortune in diamonds. But these rogues will stop at nothing to keep their secret. Tom & friends are soon captured and left to die in a collapsing mountain.

Book cover Tom Swift and His Wireless Message

Tom Swift & friends decide to trial an experimental airship near the New Jersey coast, and are unexpectedly swept out to sea by hurricane winds. Unable to steer or navigate without tearing the airship apart, the hapless crew must simply let the storm take them wherever it will. Unfortunately, the storm proves too much for the craft and Tom makes a crash landing on the uninhabited and crumbling Earthquake Island.

Book cover Tom Swift and His Sky Racer

A $10,000 prize lures Tom into competing at a local aviation meet at Eagle Park. Tom is determined to build the fastest plane around, but his plans mysteriously disappear, which means Tom must redesign his new airplane from the beginning.

Book cover Tom Swift and His Motor-Boat, or, the Rivals of Lake Carlopa
Book cover Tom Swift and His Electric Locomotive, or, Two Miles a Minute on the Rails
Book cover Tom Swift Among the Fire Fighters, or, Battling with Flames from the Air
Book cover Tom Swift in the City of Gold, or, Marvelous Adventures Underground
Book cover Tom Swift in the Caves of Ice, or, the Wreck of the Airship
Book cover Tom Swift and His Undersea Search, or, the Treasure on the Floor of the Atlantic
Book cover Tom Swift and His Air Glider, or Seeking the Platinum Treasure
Book cover Tom Swift and His Great Searchlight; or, on the border for Uncle Sam
Book cover Tom Swift and His Photo Telephone or the Picture That Saved a Fortune
Book cover Tom Swift and His Air Scout, or, Uncle Sam's Mastery of the Sky
Book cover Tom Swift and His Giant Cannon, or, the Longest Shots on Record
Book cover Tom Swift and His Wizard Camera, or, Thrilling Adventures While Taking Moving Pictures
Book cover The Moving Picture Boys on the War Front Or, The Hunt for the Stolen Army Films
Book cover The Moving Picture Boys on the Coast Or, Showing Up the Perils of the Deep

By: Victor G. Durham (1862?-1925?)

Book cover Submarine Boys and the Middies

The Pollard is about to be taken to Anapolis, where the United States Navy will train their midshipmen how to run the submarine. Jack, Hal and Eph are all to help with training and to see the sights in Anapolis. They might even persuade the Navy to buy the second submarine, the Farnum. (Ann Boulais)

Book cover Submarine Boys on Duty

Jack Benson and Hal Hastings arrive in Dunhaven, looking for adventure. But in a sleepy, little town, they might not find much. When they find out that there is a submarine in the shipyard, they decide that this is what they have been looking for.

Book cover Submarine Boys' Trial Trip

The torpedo submarine's inventor, Jack Farnum, is looking for investors to help him kick his new shipyard into high gear. He already has his crew set, with sixteen year old Jack Benson as the captain, and his friend Hal Hastings running the engines. But, there may be some changes to the crew of the Pollard on the horizon.

Book cover Submarine Boys' Lightning Cruise

Captain Jack Benson and Hal Hastings have been sailing in torpedo submarines a while now. But, there is new danger that they will have to get used to, having the actual torpedoes onboard! They will be trying out a new boat, named after Hal, with the Navy watching closely. But trouble is always close by. (Ann Boulais)

Book cover Submarine Boys and the Spies

It is a wonderful December day in Spruce Beach, FL, and everyone is waiting, waiting for something special that has been promised. The "Benson", the fast submarine built by the Pollard Submarine Boat Company, is set to arrive. But, there are more people who are interested in the "Benson" than those picnicking on the beach. Who could they be? (Ann Boulais)

Book cover The Submarine Boys for the Flag Deeding Their Lives to Uncle Sam
Book cover The Submarine Boys and the Middies The Prize Detail at Annapolis

By: Virginia Bennett

Book cover The Pigeon Tale

By: W. Bert (Walter Bertram) Foster (1869-)

Book cover Swept Out to Sea Or, Clint Webb Among the Whalers

By: Walter Aimwell (1822-1859)

Book cover Oscar The Boy Who Had His Own Way

By: Wayne Whipple (1856-1942)

Book cover Radio Boys Cronies Or, Bill Brown's Radio

By: Wilhelm Hauff (1802-1827)

Book cover The Oriental Story Book A Collection of Tales

By: Willard F. Baker

Book cover The Boy Ranchers Among the Indians or, Trailing the Yaquis
Book cover The Boy Ranchers or Solving the Mystery at Diamond X
Book cover The Boy Ranchers on Roaring River or Diamond X and the Chinese Smugglers
Book cover The Boy Ranchers on the Trail Or, The Diamond X After Cattle Rustlers
Book cover The Boy Ranchers in Death Valley or Diamond X and the Poison Mystery
Book cover The Boy Ranchers at Spur Creek or Fighting the Sheep Herders
Book cover The Boy Ranchers in Camp or The Water Fight at Diamond X

By: William Alexander MacKay (1842-1905)

Book cover Zorra Boys at Home and Abroad, or, How to Succeed

By Zorra, in the following sketches, is meant a little district in Oxford county, Ontario, some ten miles square, composed of part of East and part of West Zorra, and containing a population of about fourteen hundred. It was settled about the year 1830, chiefly by Highlanders from Sutherlandshire, Scotland.Within the last forty years there have gone from this district over one hundred young men who have made their mark in the world. With most of these it has been the writer's good fortune to be personally and intimately acquainted; and companionship with some of them has been to him a pleasure and a benefit...

By: William Dean Howells (1837-1920)

Book cover A Boy's Town
Book cover The Flight of Pony Baker A Boy's Town Story

By: William Henry Giles Kingston

Stories of Animal Sagacity by William Henry Giles Kingston Stories of Animal Sagacity

300+ short stories of how smart and savvy various individual animals have been seen to be, and in most cases a little moral is drawn from the story.

Book cover In the Wilds of Florida A Tale of Warfare and Hunting
Book cover Snow Shoes and Canoes The Early Days of a Fur-Trader in the Hudson Bay Territory
Book cover The Pirate of the Mediterranean A Tale of the Sea
Book cover Adrift in a Boat
Book cover Adventures in Australia
Book cover Adventures in Africa By an African Trader
Book cover The African Trader The Adventures of Harry Bayford
Book cover Salt Water The Sea Life and Adventures of Neil D'Arcy the Midshipman
Book cover Afar in the Forest
Book cover Peter the Whaler
Book cover Michael Penguyne Fisher Life on the Cornish Coast
Book cover Adventures in the Far West
Book cover The Two Supercargoes Adventures in Savage Africa
Book cover A Yacht Voyage Round England
Book cover On the Banks of the Amazon
Book cover The Three Lieutenants
Book cover In the Wilds of Africa
Book cover From Powder Monkey to Admiral A Story of Naval Adventure
Book cover The South Sea Whaler
Book cover Peter Biddulph The Story of an Australian Settler
Book cover Taking Tales Instructive and Entertaining Reading

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