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Household Tales
Household Tales Sented by Sarah Gerdes

The Brothers Grimm, Jacob (1785-1863) and Wilhelm (1786-1859) were German brothers who remained close friends, and both studied law. While Jacob went on to study philology, Wilhelm wrote. The two of them worked on creating a German dictionary, but it would not be finished until long after they were both dead.

Beasts of Tarzan
Beasts of Tarzan Sented by Sarah Gerdes

The Beasts Of Tarzan N#3 Not long after Tarzan claims his hereditary title of Lord Greystoke and marries Jane, their infant son, Jack, is kidnapped in London by his old Russian enemies, Nikolas Rokoff and Alexis Paulvitch.

Abducted to Oz
Abducted to Oz Sented by Emma

Graham is minding his own business, preparing for a lengthy evening of algebra homework, when a wicked witch reaches out of his mirror and pulls him into Oz.

The Angels of Mons
The Angels of Mons Sented by Steve Bark

Though the story itself is nothing, it has yet had such odd and unforeseen consequences and adventures that the tale of them may possess some interest. And then, again, there are certain psychological morals to be drawn from the whole matter of the tale and its sequel of rumours and discussions that are not, I think, devoid of consequence; and so to begin at the beginning.

Japanese Fairy Tales
Japanese Fairy Tales Sented by Steve Bark

This collection of Japanese fairy tales is the outcome of a suggestion made to me indirectly through a friend by Mr. Andrew Lang. They have been translated from the modern version written by Sadanami Sanjin. These stories are not literal translations, and though the Japanese story and all quaint Japanese expressions have been faithfully preserved, they have been told more with the view to interest young readers of the West than the technical student of folk-lore.

The Element of Fire
The Element of Fire Sented by Daniel

The kingdom of Ile-Rein lies in peril, menaced by sorcerous threats and devious court intrigues. As the weak King Roland, flattered and misled by treacherous companions, rules the country, only his ruthless mother, the Dowager Queen Ravenna, guards the safety of the realm.

The Blue Fairy Book
The Blue Fairy Book Sented by Steve Bark

The Blue Fairy Book, written by legendary author Andrew Lang is widely considered to be one of the greatest books of all time

The Damned
The Damned Sented by Emma

Known as one of the key figures in the 'weird' horror movement that arose in England and the United States in the early twentieth century, Algernon Blackwood was known for inserting surprising, often sophisticated twists into his tales. The Damned tells the story of a haunted house whose supernatural activity stems from an unlikely source.

The Happy Prince and Other Tales

The Happy Prince is the tale of a young nobleman, who in life sought only pleasure but in death, as a gold-encrusted statue, provides aid to the needy.

Celtic Fairy Tales
Celtic Fairy Tales Sented by Steve Bark

Originally published in 1892, this beautifully written collection of Celtic fairy tales is bound to enrapture. Filled to the brim with, as Joseph Jacob says, “both the best, and the best known folk-tales of the Celts,” this is the first of his two collections of Celtic folklore.

The Return of Tarzan
The Return of Tarzan Sented by Emma

The story of a young man who, although born of a woman, was left by a succession of untoward circumstances to be reared in an African jungle by a she-ape, the only mother he ever knew.

The Book of Wonder
The Book of Wonder Sented by Emma

"Not only does any tale which crosshatches between this world and Faerie owe a Founder's Debt to Lord Dunsany, but the secondary world created by J.R.R. Tolkien--from which almost all fantasylands have devolved--also took shape and flower from Dunsany?s example."

Harding's Luck
Harding's Luck Sented by Steve Bark

This story tells of brave Dickie Harding, the engaging little lame boy who lived at New Cross and spent a year with a tramp, besides having many other wonderful adventures.

The Man Who Was Thursday
The Man Who Was Thursday Sented by Rebecca

G. K. Chesterton's classic thriller. Set in Edwardian London, a Scotland Yard detective must infiltrate an anarchist cell, where he discovers that nothing is as it seems and mysterious identities are hidden.

Whill of Agora: Book 1
Whill of Agora: Book 1 Sented by Rebecca

From USA Today bestselling author Michael James Ploof Every so often, an epic adventure emerges that makes the blood surge, the spine tingle, and the heart smile page after exhilarating page. Such is Whill of Agora, Michael James Ploof’s action-packed fantasy that visits strange new lands as it unveils how one exceptional young man named Whill makes full use of fierce wits, superior skills, and relentless will to help defend the land of Agora from the monstrous Draggard. With plenty of drama and action packed battle scenes, Whill of Agora will enthrall anyone on the quest for great adventure, good times, and an infectiously optimistic outlook on even the darkest and most dangerous of days.

The Magic Nuts
The Magic Nuts Sented by Emma

Mrs. Molesworth, one of the pen names used by Mary Louisa Molesworth, was one of the most prolific authors of kids books during the late 19th and early 20th century. 

At the Earth's Core
At the Earth's Core Sented by Emma

When the inventor Perry fires up his burrowing prospector, it runs out of control, plunging him with his young protege into the centre of the earth.

Worlds Unseen
Worlds Unseen Sented by Sarah Gerdes

Maggie Sheffield's life has been haunted by seemingly disconnected tragedies, pieces that form a puzzle she doesn't understand. Her confusion about the past mirrors that of her whole world: they've been taught that the empire saved them from destruction, but then why does the empire seem bent on enslaving its own people?

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