Children's/Young Adult Literature

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Children's/Young Adult Literature

Items in the Children's/Young Adult Literature Collection

  "At the Races"   “John!” “I hear you, mother.” “John, I—I wish to speak seriously to you, my son.” “Very well. I’m listening.” Little Mrs. Thurlow stood up, to give her words more weight. They did not seem to mean any thing at…

  Chip Chip led a very quiet life until the occurrences of the remarkable adventures which have made him famous. He was the third son of a Sand-Martin—one of that ancient family of Sand-Martins which has lived for generations in a hill overlooking…

Enos Lex—A Cobbler and Drunkard Mary Brunt was a visiting governess in Philadelphia. She went from house to house giving lessons to little children in the rudiments of knowledge. She was not young, nor beautiful, nor particularly clever, yet she…

  KENT HAMPDEN[1] Chapter First The Package ONE cold evening in September, nearly seventy years ago, two men were walking up one of the four hilly streets of Wheeling. Now a large manufacturing centre, Wheeling was then only a quiet village in the…

"The Negro's Ring" Now I hope--but, as I remember the ways of girls and boys, I am not at all sure--that you will find this story more attractive because it is in all essential particulars absolutely true. It is of a curious thing that happened to an…

OLD THORNY.              Did you ever notice the queer fancies that birds have about their houses? Town-bred birds like them of wire, gilded, or trig little cottages on the stable-roof; but the houses of country birds are quite another…

  ”The Slave in Algeria”   Among old Delaware planters still linger many traditions of the adventures of ship-masters and their crews who sailed out of Delaware Bay in the last century. What with the war, English pirates and Algerine corsairs,…

”Two Brave Boys” [1] EVERY boy who reads this magazine has heard the story of the sinking of the Republic[2] and of how the lad who was the operator of the Wireless telegraph stood at his post for hours until he had brought help to passengers and…