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The Cricket in Times Square (1960)
The adventures of a country cricket who unintentionally arrives in New York and is befriended by Tucker Mouse and Harry Cat.
Down River (1957)
John Walters and the members of the Tomahawk Club set out to explore a cave he has found.
What Katy Did at School (1873)
Katy goes East to boarding school. Read for free online at Internet Archive.
Angus and the Cat (1931)
Angus the terrier has to share his home with a new cat who eats Angus’s food and sits in his favorite places. How will they ever get along?
The Adventures of Tintin (1993)
The Adventures of Tintin is a series of comic albums created by Belgian cartoonist Georges Remi (1907–1983), who wrote under the pen name Hergé. The series was one of the most popular European comics of the 20th century. By the time of the centenary of Hergé’s birth in 2007, Tintin had been published in more than 70 languages with sales of more than 200 million copies.
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Minn of the Mississippi (1951)
We see the Mississippi River through the eyes of a snapping turtle.
Mopsa the Fairy (1927)
Jack crawls into a fairy’s nest and is soon off on a fantastic journey.
Lisa and Lottie (1951)
When Lottie arrives at summer camp, Lisa discovers she has a double and it soon becomes apparent -- a twin! This book was the basis for the movie The Parent Trap.
Wild Pony Island (1959)
When Rick Landon comes to the attention of the law. his mother decides to move the family back to her home town - Ocracoke Island.
The Pushcart War (1964)
The pushcart vendors of New York take on the giant delivery trucks for control of the streets.
The 500 Hats of Bartholomew Cubbins is a children’s book, written and illustrated by Theodor Geisel under the pen name Dr. Seuss and published by Vanguard Press in 1938.
Unlike the majority of Geisel’s books, it is written in prose rather than rhyming and metered verse. Geisel, who collected hats, got the idea for the story on a commuter train from New York to New England while he was sitting behind a businessman wearing a hat; the passenger was so stiff and formal that Geisel idly wondered what would happen if Geisel took his hat and threw it out the window. Geisel concluded that the man was so “stuffy” he would just grow a new one.
Edie on the Warpath (1966)
Edie can’t seem to stay out of trouble - things just happen to her.
Farmer Giles of Ham (1949)
The story of a brave farmer and an evil dragon by the author of The Hobbit.
The Spring of the Year (1957)
Laura Haverard moves to St. Merlyon with her family, fails her grammar school exam and discovers acting when she plays Ariel in The Tempest.
The Pilgrim’s Progress (1947)
An allegorical treatment of man’s quest for heaven.
Paul the Hero of the Fire (1948)
Paul runs away to join the carnival to help support his family. When a fire strikes, he leads the children to safety.
The play of Peter Pan turned into a book. The color plates from the American edition were included in later British editions.
The Little Fire Engine (1973)
The little fire engine is condemned to patrol the roads as a higgler’s van when it is replaced by a motorized pumper.
The Rose and the Ring (1948)
A complicated tale of two princesses and two princes and the Fairy Blackstick.