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The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe by Four adventurous siblings--Peter, Susan, Edmund, and Lucy Pevensie--step through a wardrobe door and into the land of Narnia, a land frozen in eternal winter and enslaved by the power of the White Witch. But when almost all hope is lost, the return of the Great Lion, Aslan, signals a great change . . . and a great sacrifice.
Call Number: Y JF LEW
Publication Date: 1949
The Secret Garden by After the death of her father, young Mary Lennox is sent back from India to England to live with her uncle. Mary is lonely and miserable until she discovers her invalid cousin, Colin. Together they find the door to a secret garden, and life changes for both of them.
Call Number: Y JF BUR
Publication Date: 1911
The Magic Pudding by Norman Lindsay's timeless classic follows the adventures of debonair young koala Bunyip Bluegum, sailor Bill Barnacle and penguin Sam Sawnoff - owners of the much-desired Magic Puddin' Albert - who try to out-wit Possum and Wombat, the professional, and extraordinarily persistent, puddin'-thieves.
Call Number: Y JF LIN
Publication Date: 1918
The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn by Huckleberry Finn had a tough life with his drunk father until an adventure with Tom Sawyer changed everything. But when Huck's dad returns and kidnaps him, he must escape down the Mississippi river with runaway slave, Jim. They encounter trouble at every turn, from floods and gunfights to armed bandits and the long arm of the law. Through it all the friends stick together - but can Huck and Tom free Jim from slavery once and for all?
Call Number: STF F TWA
Publication Date: 2003
The Phantom Tollbooth by For Milo, everything’s a bore. When a tollbooth mysteriously appears in his room, he drives through only because he’s got nothing better to do. But on the other side, things seem different. Milo visits the Island of Conclusions (you get there by jumping), learns about time from a ticking watchdog named Tock, and even embarks on a quest to rescue Rhyme and Reason! Somewhere along the way, Milo realizes something astonishing. Life is far from dull. In fact, it’s exciting beyond his wildest dreams. . . .
Features an appreciation by Maurice Sendak, award-winning author of Where the Wild Things Are!
“I read [The Phantom Tollbooth] first when I was ten. I still have the book report I wrote, which began ‘This is the best book ever.’”—The New York Times
“The Phantom Tollbooth is the closest thing we have to a modern Alice in Wonderland.”—The Guardian
“The book lingers long after turning the final page. . . . A classic indeed.” —Los Angeles Review of Books
“You loved the humor and adventure . . . and [now] you’ll marvel at [the book’s] wit, complexity, and its understanding of how children perceive the passage of time.” —Entertainment Weekly
Call Number: STF F JUS
Publication Date: 1988-10-12
The Complete adventures of Snugglepot and Cuddlepie by Before dawn, when everyone was still asleep, Snugglepot and Cuddlepie crept out of bed... 'I want to see a human!' said Snugglepot. 'But only in the distance,' added Cuddlepie. Join Snugglepot and Cuddlepie-May Gibbs' endearing gumnut babies-as they go on an Australian bush adventure.
Call Number: Y JF GIB
Publication Date: 1918
Anne of Green Gables by When Marilla Cuthbert and her brother, Matthew, decide to adopt a child from a distant orphanage, they don’t get quite what they bargained for. The child who awaits them at the tiny Bright River train station is not the strapping young boy they’d imagined–someone to help Matthew work the fields of their small farm–but rather a freckle-faced, redheaded girl named Anne (with an e, if you please).
Matthew and Marilla may not be sure about Anne, but Anne takes one look at Prince Edward Island’s red clay roads and the Cuthberts’ snug white farmhouse with its distinctive green gables and decides that she’s home at last. But will she be able to convince Marilla and Matthew to let her stay?
Call Number: STF F MON
Publication Date: 1908
The Wind in the willows by For more than a century, The Wind in the Willows and its endearing protagonists--Mole, Mr. Toad, Badger, and Ratty--have enchanted children of all ages. Whether the four friends are setting forth on an exciting adventure, engaging in a comic caper, or simply relaxing by the River Thames, their stories are among the most charming in all English literature.
Call Number: STF F GRA
Publication Date: 1908
My Place by "My Place, the classic Australian picture book, is a 'time machine' which takes the reader back into the past. It depicts the history of one particular piece of land in Sydney from 1788 to 1988 through the stories of the various children who have lived there. ...
Call Number: B JF WHE
Publication Date: 1987