Young Readers Science Fiction Stories

Young Readers Science Fiction Stories by Richard Mace Elam

Young Readers Science Fiction Stories by Richard Mace Elam

This book contains thirteen pre-space exploration stories for young readers. Some of the details show their dated composition (we now know the earth looks blue not green from space) but the sense of adventure will still hold attention for the young.

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Jill’s Red Bag

Jill's Red Bag by Amy Le Feuvre

Jill's Red Bag by Amy Le Feuvre

Jack and Jill, along with their little sister “Bumps”, are two pickles. Their curious, wild ways are too much for their guardians. But when their older sister reluctantly employs a governess for them, their feet are turned toward the “Golden City.”

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Slicko, the Jumping Squirrel

Slicko, the Jumping Squirrel by Richard Barnum

Slicko, the Jumping Squirrel by Richard Barnum

The Squirrel family lived half-way up a tall tree in their cozy little home, lined with soft, dried leaves and white, fluffy cotton. Slicko are her siblings are getting jumping lessons today from Mr. Squirrel. Slicko meets a new friend and goes on an adventure which gets her into a bit of trouble. What will happen to poor Slicko?

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The Gold Of Fairnilee

The Gold Of Fairnilee by Andrew Lang

The Gold Of Fairnilee by Andrew Lang

A fairy story set in Scotland about Jean and Randal and what happens when Randal disappears into fairyland. This is Lang’s second fairy tale after Princess Nobody – an enchanting story with occasional Scottish dialect. Randal Ker, son of a Scottish knight, has the rashness to wish at a wishing well that ‘he might see the Fairy Queen’ and is then is carried off by her to her own dominions and is kept there until a grown man. A true fairy tale.

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Blottentots and How to Make Them

Blottentots and How to Make Them by John Prosper Carmel

Blottentots and How to Make Them by John Prosper Carmel

There are many short verses: the first verses tell you how to make a blottentot with a blot of ink on a piece of paper. You then fold the paper and press it gently to spread out the ink into peculiar shapes. The rest of the verses describe the funny creatures which you can make. I’m sure it could also be done with different colours using thin paint instead of ink, and it looks a lot of fun!

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Our Little Austrian Cousin

Our Little Austrian Cousin by Florence Mendel

Our Little Austrian Cousin by Florence Mendel

In this volume I have endeavored to give my young readers a clearer and a more intimate knowledge than is usually possessed of the vast territory known as the Austro-Hungarian Empire, which is a collection of provinces united under one ruler, and which is, strange to say, the only country of importance in the world that has not a distinctive language of its own, since the various races—German, Slav, Magyar and others—each speak their own tongue. The book is chiefly devoted to Austria proper and Tyrol, but the other provinces, including Dalmatia and Bosnia, are not neglected.

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The Little White Bird

The Little White Bird by J. M. Barrie

The Little White Bird by J. M. Barrie

“A children’s book, sharp social commentary and sad psychological thriller about a man’s search for a sense of belonging. All in one amazing and lyrical collection. This is the first book in which Peter Pan starts to appear. His adventure in Kensington Gardens are first narrated here. Other than that, it offers a magical portrait of contemporary London, and a realistic tale of a family to which every one of us could have belonged.

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The Upward Path

The Upward Path

The Upward Path

From the preface of the book: “To the present time, there has been no collection of stories and poems by Negro writers, which colored children could read with interest and pleasure and in which they could find a mirror of the traditions and aspirations of their race.” This reader from 1920 is a collection of writings be an impressive line-up of African-American writers, activists, and educators. “It is the hope that this little book will find a large welcome in all sections of the country and will bring good cheer and encouragement to the young readers who have so largely the fortunes of their race in their own hands.

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Lore of Proserpine

Lore of Proserpine by Maurice Henry Hewlett

Lore of Proserpine by Maurice Henry Hewlett

If a thing is not sensibly true it may be morally so. If it is not phenomenally true it may be so substantially. And it is possible that one may see substance in the idiom, so to speak, of the senses. That, I take it, is how the Greeks saw thunder-storms and other huge convulsions; that is how they saw meadow, grove and stream—in terms of their own fair humanity. They saw such natural phenomena as shadows of spiritual conflict or of spiritual calm, and within the appearance apprehended the truth. So it may be that I have done. Some such may be the explanation of all fairy experience. Let it be so. It is a fact, I believe, that there is nothing revealed in this book which will not bear a spiritual, and a moral, interpretation; and I venture to say of some of it that the moral implications involved are exceedingly momentous, and timely too. I need not refer to such matters any further. If they don’t speak for themselves they will get no help from a preface

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