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Author: Robert Louis Stevenson
In short format, this classic story that was born from a nightmare and produced in "white-hot haste", is arguably Stevenson's most famous work, that has had a cultural impact out of all proportions, in contrast to its length.
It is not for nothing, either, that the umbrella has become the very foremost badge of modern civilization--the Urim and Thummim of respectability. Its pregna...
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Jim Hawkins searches for the buried treasure of the notorious pirate, Captain Flint.
The book gives an insight into the mind of a teenage boy growing up in the poverty in the 50's and 60's.
My friends and I have been chosen to defend our world. As our powers grow, so do the threats against us. My name is Emma Carter I am a sixteen year old high s...
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I was about to leave when I saw it out of the corner of my eye. It was a large leather bound manuscript. It looked ancient. My hand began to tingle as I took ...
The meadow is a make believe world inhabited by an ant colony that interacts with larger animals in the area. Through three stories tracing a young ant thro...
Eleven-year-old Brad Millner's got a problem. For starters, he's lost his memory. He can't even remember his own name. As if that wasn’t bad enough, he's stra...
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