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Alone Again Or

St. Martin's Summer

Nan Sherwood's Winter Holidays

de Annie Roe Carr

Excerpt: Ta-ra! ta-ra! ta-ra-ra-ra! ta-rat! Professor Krenner took the silver bugle from his lips while the strain echoed flatly from the opposite, wooded hill. That hill was the Isle of Hope, a small island...

Christian Gellert's Last Christmas

de Berthold Auerbach

A Christmas short-story extracted from "German Tales".

The Birth of Athena

The People of the Pit

The Spirit of Christmas

de Henry van Dyke

A short story, an essay, a sermon and two prayers for Christmas.

The Bobbsey Twins at Home

The Story of a Stuffed Elephant

de Laura Lee Hope

From the "Make-Believe Stories": "Oh, how large he is!" "Isn't he? And such wonderfully strong legs!" "See his trunk, too! Isn't it cute! And he is well stuffed! This is really one of the best toys that ever...

His Family

The Jolly Corner

The Flirt

The Beginning

de Henry Hasse

Relentlessly, a narrative as old as time drives forward to a climax as old as man—and points a finger as grim as Death.

Hawk of the Hills

Penrod

Sand

The Two Christmas Celebrations, A.D. I. and MDCCCLV.

Calumet 'K'

de Samuel Merwin & Henry Kitchell Webster

This 1901 novel is the story of one man's ingenuity, perseverance and struggle in the construction of a grain elevator, and of his exhilarating triumph. Ayn Rand declared it her favorite novel, and it served...

Lease to Doomsday

de Lee Archer

The twins were a rare team indeed. They wanted to build a printing plant on a garbage dump. When Muldoon asked them why, their answer was entirely logical: ''Because we live here.''

The Patagonia