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  • Lewis Carroll's novel Through the Looking Glass was published in 1871, it's a sequel to Alice Adventures in Wonderland. It's a valuable amusing pearl in the children's literature. Carroll includes themes like reverse viewing and time running backward. While reading this book every child wishes to explore such a hilarious, fantastic and venturesome world of Alice. Alice was playing with kittens suddenly she became curious to see the world beyond the mirror. She climbed over the fire mantle place to see beyond the hanging mirror and in a great surprise she stepped down in a magical world. It is a snowy winter night, she enters in a house, finds an exciting poetry book Jabberwocky there. She leaves the house and enters in a garden flowers are lively they speak with Alice. In her full happiness, she meets a queen. She bewilders that chess pieces can interacts with her and these are very small to pick.
 
  • This novel by Alexander Dumas pere, published in French as Les Trois Mousquetaires in 1844. It is a historical romance and it describes the experiences of four heroes who lived under the French kings Louis XIII and Louis XIV, who ruled during the 17th and early 18th centuries. At the beginning of the story, D'Artagnan enters in Paris from Gascony and becomes involved  in three fights with the three musketeers Athos, Porthos, and Aramis. It is in the daredevil category, which has heroic, gallant swordsmen who fight for justice. It depicts various injustices, abuses and ridiculousness of the Ancient Regime, showing the novel an additional political importance at the time of its publication, a time when the discussion in France between Republicans and  monarchists was still ferocious. Writer analyses the coming-of-age story of young  d'Artagnañ who allows to leave his country life behind and change into a member of the king's elite guard. Three skilled musketeers, Athos, Porthos, and Aramis mentor d'Artagnañ as he jumps into political interest and daring adventure. In the world  of The Three Musketeers, heroes triumph through loyalty, bravery, and friendship. Thus, 'The Three Musketeers' is a consolidation of Romance, Action and History.
 
  • Pollyanna is a children's novel by the American author Eleanor H. Porter, was published in 1913. The title character is Pollyanna Whittier, an 11-year-old orphan who move to live in the town of Beldingsville, Vermont, with her wealthy but strict and cool bachelor Aunt Polly Harrington, who does not want to embrace Pollyanna but feels it is her duty to her late sister Jennifer. Pollyanna's philosophy of life means on what she calls The Glad Game, a cheerful and positive attitude she learned from her father. The game includes of finding something to be glad about in every circumstance, no matter how sad it may be. Pollyanna's excitement and positivity affect everyone who meets her and she disperses joy and love wherever she goes. Miss Poly Harrington also gently softens in her view towards Pollyanna. It is only however, when Pollyanna hurts an accident that quits her with life-changing injuries that Miss Polly Harrington notices how much she truly loves her niece and attempts to make the unhappy girl feel glad again. 
 
  • Peter Rabbit is the main character of Thornton Burgess' The Burgess Animal Book for Children. He visits Old Mother Nature, who teaches him all about the many creatures in the forest, since he wants to understand more about his family and the other animals in the forest. Jenny Wren advises Peter Rabbit to get in touch with Old Mother Nature, who is eager to assist, when she discovers that he wants to learn more about his four-legged friends that live with him in the Green Meadows and Green Forest. She educates Peter about a variety of animals during their "classroom" conversations, including the Arctic Hare, Antelope Jack, Flying Squirrel, Mountain Beaver, Pocket Gopher, Grasshopper Mouse, Silvery Bat, Mule Deer, and Grizzly Bear.This interesting book introduces young readers to a variety of wildlife and the interactions between the animals while retelling Burgess' stories with all the warmth and whimsy they are known for. The charming collection of amusing stories will undoubtedly take today's young readers to the same captivating natural world that delighted generations of youngsters before them.Through a brilliant tale, the book educates readers about the many families and orders of numerous animals in a very engaging way.
 
  • Heidi is a book of children's fiction published in 1881 by Swiss writer Johanna Spyri. It was initially published in two sections Heidi: Her years of wandering and learning and Heidi: How She Used What She Learned. It is a book about the incidents of the life of a 5-year-old girl in her concerned grandfather's care in the Swiss Alps, which describes the story of a little orphan girl, Heidi, who has been sent to stay with a lonely, irritating man at the highest point of a mountain in the Swiss Alps. This man is her grandfather. Heidi had been previously living with her Auntie Dete, but now Dete has been selected for a job in Frankfurt. The story also has five series that show Heidi as a grown-up, a mother, and, afterward, a grandmother, despite the fact that they were written after Spyri's death and involve her writings as inspiration. 
 
  • L. Frank Baum and Mary Cowles Clark collaborated on the 1902 children's novel The Life and Adventures of Santa Claus. Ak, the Master Woodsman of the World, discovers Santa Claus while he is a little child in the Forest of Burzee. As an adult, he is unable to live in Burzee, so he moves to the adjacent Laughing Valley of Hohaho. To avoid mentioning Necile to the kids, he creates a clay figurine that looks a lot like Necile and calls it a "dolly." Two deer named Glossie and Flossie help him by pulling his toy-filled sleigh. The gifts that Claus is giving the kids are stolen by the Awgwas, malevolent creatures with the ability to become invisible because the toys keep the kids from misbehaving. Claus gains the label "Santa" as he keeps providing gifts. As Santa Claus approaches the end of his life, the Immortals decide to bestow immortality on him. After considerable discussion, he receives immortality just as the Spirit of Death approaches him. Four special deputies are assigned to Santa Claus: Wisk the Fairy, Peter the Knook, Kilter the Pixie, and Nuter the Ryl.
 
  • English author E. Nesbit wrote the children's book Five Children and It. The story revolves around the Psammead, or the Gifts was the general title of the segment that ran every month from April to December 1902 in the Strand Magazine. A novel based on the stories was later developed and released that same year. Including The Phoenix and the Carpet (1904) and The Story of the Amulet, it is the first book in a trilogy (1906). Since its initial release, the book has never been out of print. The novel opens with a group of kids moving from London to the Kent countryside, much like Nesbit's The Railway Children. The Psammead, a sand fairy with the power to grant wishes, is discovered by the five children Cyril, Anthea, Robert, Jane, and their infant brother, the Lamb, while they are playing in a gravel pit. The jewelry finally appears in their home when the kids unintentionally wish they could offer their mother some expensive jewelry. The children must beseech the Psammead for a complicated series of wishes in order to make things right because it appears that the gamekeeper, who is now their buddy, will be held responsible for the robbery.
 
  • The Girl Aviators and The Phantom Airship - Only seven years had passed since the Wright brothers' illustrious maiden flight, providing a fascinating view into the early aviation frenzy. Astonishingly, a teenage girl should be in it. There are various places in the novel when the author makes overt statements about how unfairly girls and women are treated, but these statements are subtly refuted.The author relies on ""feminine"" stereotypes by portraying Peggy as overly sentimental, ""naturally"" adept at nursing skills, and too quick to let her brother take credit for the things she'd done. This is even though Peggy is depicted as a budding suffragette who protests that women and girls should be given the same opportunities and prize money as men and boys in the air races. Despite the author's efforts to portray Peggy as the genuine ""new"" girl, Jess, Peggy's companion, exhibits a more persistent sense of independence.
 
  • The Untamed is a novel written in 1919 by Max Brand. The story revolves around only person who is a young man by the name of Dan Barry, one of the three "untamed" beings. The other two are a black horse named Satan and a wolf-dog named Black Bart. In the early chapters, Dan's adversary is Jim Silent, the leader of a crew of train robbers. When Silent kidnaps Kate (Cumberland’s daughter), Texas Calder (a marshal), who has been hunting Silent, joins forces with Dan. Then Silent, the head of a group of railway robbers, and his team murder two guards while robbing a train. They ultimately run with Texas and Dan, who were close on their trail, inside a motel, but Calder is shot by Silent and dies in the boy's arms. The other chapters of the novel are a complicated series of hostage-taking, jailbreaks, and chases and counter-chases in which Dan gets shot and nearly loses his life from blood loss and fever. Will Dane and Kate reunite? If yes, then how will their story get a happy ending? To read the story readers should go through ''The untamed''.

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