The National Review Treasury of Classic Children's Literature, Volume II

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Last season we published The National Review Treasury of Classic Children’s Literature—a lavishly illustrated book that featured forty-two delightful and wholesome children's stories from some of America’s best writers from a century past. We are now pleased to introduce The National Review Treasury of Classic Children’s Literature, Volume Two, with stories again personally selected by William F. Buckley Jr. Like the first volume, this collection contains dozens of stories from literary giants, many first published in St. Nicholas Magazine, the famous journal that established a golden age of children’s literature.

In The National Review Treasury of Classic Children’s Literature, Volume Two, you will find: Mark Twain’s entertaining (but too-forgotten) Tom Sawyer, Detective; Jack London’s exciting sea tale, "The Cruise of the Dazzler"; Louisa May Alcott’s "The Blind Lark" and the delightful "Daisy’s Jewel-Box and How She Filled It"; Frances Hodgsen Burnett’s exquisite "The Troubles of Queen Silver-Bell" and "The Cozy Lion"; Frank Baum’s "Aunt 'Phroney’s Boy"; two of Rudyard Kipling's famous Jungle Book stories, "The King's Ankus" and "Toomai of the Elephants"; and much more.

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Format Cloth
Pages 528
Publisher ISI Books
What They're Saying...

"These are great. If children can be taught to read and appreciate good literature at an early age, it helps serve as a moral, intellectual and cultural deterrent to the stuff they are being forced-fed by the pagan and dishonest media."
Cal Thomas,, syndicated columnist

ISBN 0962784176
ISBN13 9780962784170
Eligible for Readers Club Discount Yes

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