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The Complete Calvin and Hobbes35 %
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Cartoon Introduction to Philosophy42 %
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Cartoon Guide to Genetics42 %
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The Middle Ages8 %
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True Believer: The Rise and Fall of Stan Lee19 %
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  • The Return of Tarzan is the second book by American author Edgar Rice Burroughs'. The book starts where ‘’Tarzan of the Apes’’ ended, the ape-man is recovering from his sacrifice at marriage to Jane Porter and goes to visit Paul d’Arnot in France. This story is based on the adventures of Tarzan as he travels back to Paris to see his buddy Paul D'Arnot after becoming depressed about the loss of Jane Porter's hand to his cousin Clayton. Tarzan's adventurous character is more suited to a position in the French Secret Service and he made two friends, who are Nikolas Rokoff and Alexis Paulvitch, and it turns out that Rokoff who is the evil brother. Later, Tarzan makes friends with the Waziri tribe and takes them on a journey to discover the abandoned city of Opar, a realm inhabited by a bestial race and ruled by the erratic high priestess La. There, Tarzan and Jane Porter will cross paths once more, but will they be able to see that their love is meant to be? Will Tarzan escape? Will Jane marry Clayton? Will Rokoff be successful in his sinister plans? To find out the answer readers should read this novel! 
  • "A Little Princess" is a children's novel written by Frances Hodgson Burnett. The book tells the story of Sara Crewe, a young girl who is sent to a boarding school in London while her father goes off to fight in the war. Sara is a gifted and imaginative child who is adored by her father and treated like a princess, but her life takes a dramatic turn when her father dies, leaving her penniless and alone. Despite her newfound poverty, Sara remains optimistic and kind, drawing on her vivid imagination to cope with her difficult circumstances. She befriends several of the other girls at the boarding school. However, her kindness and imagination also attract the jealousy and cruelty of the school's headmistress, Miss Minchin. As the story unfolds, Sara's resilience and spirit are put to the test, but she never loses hope or her belief in the power of kindness and imagination. How will Sara spend her life? How will she cope with her problems?  To find out answers to these questions, readers should read this heartwarming and uplifting story about the power of imagination, resilience, and kindness.
  • A compilation of great tales and stories from numerous cultures and eras, including fairy tales, legends, myths, and adventure stories, may be found in "The Junior Classics Volume 5", compiled by William Patten. Famous tales including "Ali Baba and the Forty Thieves," "The Tale of Aladdin; or the Wonderful Lamp," "Sindbad the Sailor," "Robinson Crusoe," "Gulliver's Travels," and portions from Shakespearean plays are included in the book. The book is a useful tool for parents and teachers who wish to expose kids to classic literature and storytelling because of Patten's editorial work in selecting and structuring the stories. With the use of story, the book offers young readers a means to explore other cultures and historical eras while also learning valuable life skills. The book includes humorous "The Startling Adventures of Baron Munchausen," adventure stories like "Ivanhoe" and "Guy Mannering," and more. The traditional theological metaphor "Pilgrim's Journey," which describes Christian's journey to the Celestial City, is also included. In conclusion, "The Junior Classics Volume 5" is a classic collection of stories that still captivates and motivates young readers today. That is proof of the storytelling's ongoing influence and capacity to introduce us to the eternal knowledge of the past.
  • The Golden Fleece and the Heroes Who Lived Before Achilles by Padraic Colum is a collection of ancient Greek myths and legends that follow the journey of Jason and the Argonauts as they set out to retrieve the golden fleece. The book opens with the main characters and setting up the quest for the golden fleece. Later the book follows the journey of the Argonauts as they encounter various challenges, including battles with mythical creatures and encounters with powerful gods. The book focuses on the heroes who lived before Achilles, including the story of Perseus and the Gorgon Medusa, Theseus, and the Minotaur, and the labors of Heracles. The stories are told in a lively and engaging style, with vivid descriptions of the heroes and their adventures. Throughout the book, Colum explores the themes of heroism, courage, and fate, as the characters navigate the dangerous and unpredictable world of ancient Greece. He also includes insights into Greek culture and mythology, providing readers with a deeper understanding of the history and traditions of this ancient civilization. Overall, The Golden Fleece and the Heroes Who Lived Before Achilles is a classic work of literature that offers a captivating glimpse into the world of ancient Greece and its legendary heroes.
  • Through the Looking Glass is a novel by Lewis Carroll and is the sequel to Alice's Adventures in Wonderland. The book follows the adventures of Alice, a young girl who steps through a mirror and into a fantastical world on the other side. The book is divided into twelve chapters, each depicting a different surreal scenario in that Alice finds herself. The book's central theme is the concept of "looking-glass logic," where things are the opposite of what they seem to be. For example, Alice encounters a White Queen who claims to be able to believe six impossible things before breakfast and a Red King who is asleep throughout the entire book. The novel also incorporates elements of chess, with Alice moving through the chessboard landscape and encountering characters representing the different chess pieces. The book's final chapter sees Alice become a queen herself, providing a satisfying conclusion to the chess theme. To know how Alice becomes a queen, readers should read this novel!
  • American novelist and naturalist Thornton W. Burgess is the author of the children's book "The Adventures of Bob White". Bob White, a little bird that lives in the Green Forest with his friends and family, is the focus of the book, which chronicles his exploits. Bob White encounters several difficulties and perils during the course of the novel, including predators and natural calamities. To live and prosper in his environment, he is dependent on his instincts and the help of his tribe. "The Adventures of Bob White" educates youngsters about the significance of friendship, teamwork, and respect for nature. Also, it gives youngsters a fascinating look into the life of birds and other forest dwellers, fostering a love of the natural world in them. The book is a timeless classic of children's literature because it is full of endearing characters, thrilling adventures, and helpful life lessons. It's been a while since I've been this excited about a book.
  • "The Junior Classics, Volume 1: Fairy and Wonder Tales" is a collection of classic fairy tales and stories edited by William Allan Neilson. The book was first published in 1918 and has since become a popular children's classic. The book includes well-known fairy tales such as "Cinderella," "Sleeping Beauty," and "Little Red Riding Hood," as well as lesser-known stories from around the world. The stories are organized thematically, with sections devoted to tales of magic, heroes and heroines, animals and birds, and more. William Allan Neilson (1869-1946) was a Canadian-born American educator, editor, and literary critic. He taught at Harvard University and served as the university's president from 1919 to 1933. Neilson was a well-known figure in the literary world, and he edited several influential literary anthologies, including "The Junior Classics" and "The Harvard Classics." "The Junior Classics, Volume 1" is notable for its accessible language and engaging storytelling style, making it a popular choice for children's reading. The book has been praised for its ability to introduce young readers to classic literature and for its role in fostering a love of reading and storytelling.

 

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