Edward Prendick finds himself shipwrecked in the ocean. A passing ship takes him aboard, and a doctor named Montgomery revives him. He explains to Prendick that they are bound for an unnamed island where he works.
Oliver Twist. Classic Readers (level 2). (EP - retold by Jenny Dooley)
Oliver Twist. Charles Dickens retold by Jenny Dooley. EP - classic readers, level 2.
Young orphan Oliver Twist runs away from the cruelty of a workhouse and meets Fagin and his gang of thieves on the streets of London. Who will save Oliver from his life of crime? And what is the secret of Oliver's real identity?
Baby Sitters Club 29 - Mallory and the Mystery Diary
While helping Stacey unpack from her move back to Stoneybrook, Mallory finds an old trunk in the McGills' attic. Inside there's a diary belonging to a 12-year-old girl who lived in Stacey's house in the 1890s.
Winner of 3 Emmy Awards these exceptional animated stories have been designed to introduce children and young adults to some Shakespeare's most popular works. Each play has been animated in it own unique style by the exceptional talents of the leading directors of Russia's Christmas Films. Actors from the Royal Shakespeare Company and stars of stage and screen, including Antony Sher, Joss Ackland and Jenny Agutter, provide voices for the characters which were recorded and produced by BBC Wales. Animation type: Cel animation
Did he call his shot or didn't he? Witnesses never agreed. Like other baseball fans, Joe Stoshack wants to know the truth. Joe Stoshack and his father Bill travel back to 1932 and catch Babe Ruth's called shot in Game 3 of the 1932 World Series against the Chicago Cubs.
In 1872 a rich English gentleman, Phileas Fogg, makes a bet that he can go around the world in 80 days. So along with his French manservant, Passepartout, he sets off on an incredible race against the clock, over land and sea.
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JamberryReading level:Ages 4-8
Hat and boot in hand, a boy and a bear set off on a delicious and raucous romp through Berryland. They frolic in strawberry fields forever, rumble and ramble in blackberry brambles, and topple their canoeberry with blueberries. Silly rhymes and a musical beat practically beg to be read aloud, preferably accompanied by dancing.