Young Folks Treasury, Volume 3 (of 12) eBook

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Adapted by Jeanie Lang

     I. What happened in Ithaca while Odysseus was away

    II.  How Odysseus came home

Robinson Crusoe

By Daniel Defoe.  Adapted by John Lang

     I. How Robinson first went to sea; and how he was shipwrecked

    II.  Robinson works hard at making himself A home

   III.  The earthquake and hurricane; and how Robinson built A boat

    IV.  Robinson builds A second boat, in which he is swept out to sea

     V. Robinson sees A footprint on the sand, finds A cave, and rescues

    VI.  Robinson trains Friday and they build A large boat; they rescue
        two prisoners from the cannibals

   VII.  Arrival of an English shipRobinson sails for home

Canterbury Tales

By Geoffrey Chaucer.  Adapted by Janet Harvey Kelman

     I. Dorigen

    II.  Emelia

   III.  Griselda

The Pilgrim’s Progress

By John Bunyan.  Adapted by Mary Macgregor

Tales from Shakespeare

By Charles and Mary Lamb

     I. The tempest

    II.  A midsummer night’s dream


Simple Susan

By Maria Edgeworth.  Adapted by Louey Chisholm

     I. Queen of the may

    II.  Bad news

   III.  Susan’s guinea-fowl

    IV.  Susan visits the Abbey

     V. Susan’s pet lamb

    VI.  The blind harper

   VII.  Good news

  VIII.  Barbara visits the Abbey

    IX.  A surprise for Susan

     X. Barbara’s accident

    XI.  The prize-giving

   XII.  Attorney case in trouble

  XIII.  Susan’s birthday

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