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This is everyone's favorite book.  You no doubt will remember these from your own
childhood.  Stop by today to bring back those wonderful feelings you got when
reading, or pick up a gift for a child so they are able to experience the wonderful world
of reading.  Each book listed below has a Publisher's Price of only
 $14.95!
Miguel de Cervantes began to write this
literary classic after serving in the Spanish
militia, surviving a gunshot wound, being
captured by Barbary pirates, forced into
slavery, and being ransomed by his parents.
He knows intimately the joys and tragedies of
life, love, and loss, and his literary
masterpiece is considered one of the most
influential works of literature. Don Quixote
was first published in two separate volumes,
in 1605 and 1615, but this timeless account
has survived and thrived for more than 400
years, and is brought to you in one complete
volume.
Penned by English Nobel laureate Rudyard
Kipling in 1894, The Jungle Book is a
collection of allegorical stories that take
place in the Indian jungle. The most famous
stories of The Jungle Book are those
featuring a young boy named Mowgli who
was raised by wolves, is friends with a
panther, and was educated by the animals of
the jungle. Also popular in this collection is
“Rikki-Tikki-Tavi,” about a mongoose who
protects his human family against cobras.
This edition also features tales from Kipling’
s Just So Stories. These origin fables
answer many questions about why things
are the way they are, and readers will delight
in tales like “How the Rhinoceros Got His
Skin,” “The Beginning of the Armadillos,” and
“How the First Letter Was Written.” A treasure
trove of children’s literature, The Jungle Book
and Other Stories from the Word Cloud
Classics series is a chic and affordable
addition to any library.
When first published privately in Italy, in 1928,
Lady Chatterly’s Lover was too risqué for
readers and was considered unprintable. It
wasn’t until three decades later, in 1960, that
the novel could be printed openly in the
United Kingdom. Much debate has gone into
what constitutes erotic literature; but whether
the novel was about a scandalous affair or a
quest for purity, or about the class system
and social conflict, one needs to read it for
oneself to find the message that lies within.

Lady Chatterly’s Lover will surely pique the
interest and curiosity of the most discerning
of readers.
When first published privately in Italy, in 1928,
Lady Chatterly’s Lover was too risqué for
readers and was considered unprintable. It
wasn’t until three decades later, in 1960, that
the novel could be printed openly in the
United Kingdom. Much debate has gone into
what constitutes erotic literature; but whether
the novel was about a scandalous affair or a
quest for purity, or about the class system
and social conflict, one needs to read it for
oneself to find the message that lies within.

Lady Chatterly’s Lover will surely pique the
interest and curiosity of the most discerning
of readers.
The story of a slave struggling to maintain his
dignity during the pre-Civil War era, Uncle
Tom’s Cabin was published in 1852 to
tremendous success. Since then, the book
has received significant acclaim and invoked
controversy. Many believe it was an important
step on the road to the Civil War, but others
feel it encouraged stereotypes still fought
against today. Yet all can agree that Harriett
Beecher Stowe’s novel was been incredibly
influential.

Following the slave Tom as he is bought and
sold to one owner after another, as well as
other slaves who escape to freedom with
much difficulty, Uncle Tom’s Cabin is a
crucial part of our American history.
Perhaps the most iconic pirate story of all
time, Treasure Island was written by Robert
Louis Stevenson in 1881. The book follows
young Jim Hawkins who finds himself in
possession of a treasure map and embarks
on a journey to unearth the pirate booty. His
adventure takes him through the turbulent
waters of morality, and his subsequent
coming of age has captivated generations of
readers. Rousing and full of adventure,
Stevenson’s Treasure Island is a classic to
be enjoyed by readers of all ages. Now
available as part of the Word Cloud Classics
series, it makes a chic and affordable
addition to any library.
We all know the movie and storyline well. But
have you ever read the original novel?
Influenced by the Brothers Grimm and Hans
Christian Andersen, L. Frank Baum created
this classic story and fantasy using the
dream of young Dorothy on her journey home
to demonstrate the theme of good vs. evil.
Throughout her adventure, she encounters
several newfound friends: a scarecrow, a tin
woodman, and a cowardly lion. They traverse
the land of Oz together by following the
famous yellow brick road to the stunning
Emerald City. Though they encounter
surprises along the way, what they find in the
Emerald City shocks them.
There is one literary detective who stands
above all others, whose powers of deduction
are known the world over, whose influence
can still be felt in today's most modern
whodunits. Who is it, you ask? Why, it's
elementary! Sherlock Holmes, the famous
gumshoe of 221B Baker Street. And Sir
Arthur Conan Doyle—the man who made
him famous in such tales as The Hound of
the Baskervilles and A Study in Scarlet—
changed the world of mysteries, inspiring
legions of devoted fans.

Whether you're a devotee or you've yet to be
awed by Holmes's powers of deduction,
you'll love this Canterbury Classics edition of
Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's famous works,
including The Adventures of Sherlock
Holmes, The Sign of Four, The Valley of Fear,
The Memoirs of Sherlock Holmes, The
Return of Sherlock Holmes, and The
Casebook of Sherlock Holmes. The perfect
book to complete any bookshelf, The
Adventures of Sherlock Holmes and Other
Stories features an eye-catching leather-
bound cover with gold foil stamping, as well
as fine ivory paper with gilded edges. You'll
be spellbound by Conan Doyle's descriptive
prose, and then delight in displaying this
beautiful book in your home.
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