"Veronica" by Johanna Spyri is a classic novel about Veronica who loses her mother and moves in with her neighbor Gertrude who has a son, Dietrich. Veronica and Dietrich become best friends as the years pass.
"Typhoon" is a 1903 classic tale and is one of Joseph Conrad's best works. Everyone is aboard the steamer, Nan-Shan, on her way to the south when a typhoon strikes. Will Captain Macwhirr and his crew survive?
"Villette" by Charlotte Brontë is a novel that centers around themes of loneliness, and gender roles. In the novel, we examine the inner world of Lucy Snowe, a complex character who has been traumatized by the death of her family.
"Vera: or, The Nihilists" by Oscar Wilde is a drama set in 19th century Russia when a revolution is being formed to assassinate the Czar.
"Victory" by Lester Del Rey is a classic action-packed novel. Axel Heyst, is working at a coal company on a remote island in the Malay Archipelago when he rescues a young English girl, Lena.
"War of the Classes" by Jack London is a novel that revolves around issues of capitalism and socialism.
In, "Warlord of Mars" by Edgar Rice Burroughs, John Carter must save his wife, Princess Dejah Thoris from his enemies. This mission takes him to the North Pole.
"Walking" by Henry James is a novel in which the author examines the power of taking long afternoon walks to heal the mind, spirit and body.
"When the Sleeper Wakes" by H.G. Wells centers around a young man, Graham who wakes up 200 years later and is astonished to see how much the world has progressed. Graham discovers that he is the possessor of over half the world.
"When We Dead Awaken" was Henrik Ibsen's last play. The play revolves around the sculptor Arnold Rubek and his wife Maia who are unhappily married. Arnold Rubek meets Irena and is instantly drawn to her.
"When a Man's Single: A Tale of Literary Life" is by J.M. Barrie, the author of Peter Pan. This is a instructional novel on creative writing.
"White Jacket; Or, The World on a Man-of-War" is Herman Melville's personal account of naval life after the war of 1812.
"What Shall We Do?" by Leo Tolstoy explores the evil in men. He looks at men's desire for power, entitlement and money.
"Women in Love" by David Herbert Lawrence is about the love between two sisters in Nottingham, England.
"Youth, a Narrative" by Joseph Conrad is a short story about a young seaman's voyage to Bangkok.
"Wyandotté, or, The Hutted Knoll: A Tale by James Fenimore Cooper" is a novel about a family in upstate New York and the challenges they face during the American Revolution.
Take a tour through a most unusual zoo where a young informative girl called Zelda and her pet cat Meow work and play. But at this particular zoo all the animals are 'zombified'.And though the animals are dead they do still move around and need to be taken care of. A fun-filled tour that's not too scary and gives young readers tidbits of information on their favorite animals they might find at a zoo.
"Stranger in Bryn Mawr" - While Professor Clifton Jennings and Ace Mifflin settle their differences in a heated baseball game, young genius, Nora Carlisle, uncovers a mystery of her own at the college she is attending.
Meet Blue Flamingo. The children's book imagined, written, and illustrated by Emma, age 8. In this book meet Blue Flamingo for the first time and learn of some of the favorite things he likes to do along with his best friend. A fun children's book for kids, written by a kid!
"Six Little Bunkers at Grandma Bell's" by Laura Lee Hope is part of the Six Little Bunkers series. The Six Little Bunkers series are about the adventures of the Bunker Family when they had no access to technology.