The Kingdom by the Sea

The air raid siren that pierces the English night sky comes as no surprise to young Harry Baguely. Ever since Hitler began sending his warplanes to raid London, Harry has become...

The Wind in the Willows

The Wind in the Willows is a classic of children's literature by Kenneth Grahame, first published in 1908. Alternately slow moving and fast paced, it focuses on four...

Crispin: The End of Time

Born in 14th-century England, Crispin has embarked on one adventure after another since learning that he, once known only as “Asta’s son,” has a much grander destiny than...

The Man Who Was Thursday A Nightmare

Writing in England at the turn of the 20th century, G.K. Chesterton was dubbed the "prince of paradox" for addressing serious questions with his light, whimsical style. In this...

The Iron Ring

'Look into the tiger's eyes. I wish to show you lives different from your own' Soma-Nandi tells the boy-king Tamar. When you join Tamar on his enchanted journey, you too can look...

The Day of the Djinn Warriors

Djinn twins John and Philippa are off on another whirlwind adventure that takes them around the globe and into unknown worlds.

Strange Affair

Chief Inspector Alan Banks faces his most personal case from New York Times bestselling author Peter Robinson.A bullet to the brain abruptly halted a terrified young woman's...

Gypsy Rizka

Greater Dunitsa is the most wonderful place on earth. At least that's what the town leaders think. If only they didn't have to put up with young Rizka, the free-spirited gypsy...

Captain Grey

Eleven-year-old Kevin Cartwright can hardly believe his ears when his father, a brave soldier wounded in the Revolutionary War, announces that he is leaving Philadelphia and never...

Robinson Crusoe

Robinson Crusoe, published in 1719, was Defoe’s first novel and survives as his best-known work. Loosely based on a true account of a Scottish sailor—Alexander Selkirk—it is...

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