"The Lost Prince" by Frances Hodgson is a classic children's novel . Marco, a twelve year old boy, his father and friend, The Ratwork, go on a mission and travel across Europe in hopes of overthrowing the government in Samavia.
"Travels with a Donkey in the Cevennes" by Robert Louis Stevenson is Stevenson's account of his expedition through the countryside of France in 1878 with a donkey named Modestine.
"War of the Classes" by Jack London is a novel that revolves around issues of capitalism and socialism.
"Timaeus" by Plato is a philosophical discussion between Socrates, Timeaus of Locri, Hermocrates and Critias.
"The Old Curiosity Shop" by Charles Dickens is based on the life of little Nell who struggles to take care of her elderly grandfather in old curiosity shops.
"Theaetetus, the Sophist, and the Statesman" are three dialogues by Plato that examine philosophy.
"The Invisible Man" by H.G. Wells is a science fiction story about a scientist who discovers how to become invisible.
"The Naturewoman" by Upton Sinclair is a four-act play that resolves around a free-spirited and liberal young woman, Anna who moves to Boston to live with her conservative family after spending most of her life on a tropical island in the South Pacific.
"The Mystery of Edwin Drood" by Charles Dickens is an exciting, mysterious novel. Dickens died before completing the mystery which encouraged readers to play the role of the detective. Edwin Drood is engaged to marry Orphan Rosa but, after they break up, he disappears.
In "The Miraculous Pitcher", Nathaniel Hawthornes retales a classic Greek myth and adds his own 19th century touch.
"The Middle Years" by Henry James is a short story about a sick novelist, Dencombe who is reading his latest novel, The Middle Years. A young doctor, Dr. Hugh comes over and begins explaining his love for Dencombe's novel and they form a bond.
"The Mysterious Key and What It Opened" by Louisa May Alcott is a classic tale of mystery and suspense! When Richard Trevlyn suddenly dies after a meeting with a stranger, he leaves behind a pregnant wife. Twelve years later, the daughter starts to uncover the mystery.
"The Mucker" by Edgar Rice Burroughs is a must read for anyone who enjoys action-packed novels! The story centers around Billy Byrne, a young man who grew up in an impoverished area of Chicago.
"The Moving Picture Girls: Or, First Appearances in Photo Dramas" is part of "The Moving Picture Girls" series. "The Moving Picture Girls" is a series about the adventures of Ruth and Alice DeVere who live with their father who is an actor.
"The Moving Picture Girls at Sea: or, A Pictured Shipwreck That Became Real" is part of "The Moving Picture Girls" series. "The Moving Picture Girls" is a series about the adventures of Ruth and Alice DeVere who live with their father who is an actor.
"The Outdoor Girls in a Motor Car; Or, The Haunted Mansion of Shadow Valley" by Laura Lee Hope is a delightful story about four girls' adventures during World War I. This story is the third novel in the "Outdoor girls" series.
"The Outdoor Girls in Army Service; Or, Doing Their Bit for the Soldier Boys" is an action-packed classic about four girls' adventures during World War I. This story is the eighth novel in the "Outdoor girls" series.
"The Moving Picture Girls at Oak Farm: or, Queer Happenings While Taking Rural Plays" by Laura Lee Hope is part of the "Moving Picture Girls" series. "The Moving Picture Girls" is a series about the adventures of Ruth and Alice DeVere who live with their father who is an actor.
"The Monikins" by James Fenimore Cooper is a humorous satire about polar monkeys seen through the travels of Sir John Goldencalf.