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50 Must Read Classics for Children - Book 1 (Bauer Classics) - cover

50 Must Read Classics for Children - Book 1 (Bauer Classics)

Charles Dickens, Lewis Carroll, Louisa May Alcott, Oscar Wilde, Daniel Defoe, Hans Christian Andersen, Edith Nesbit, Johanna Spyri, Robert Louis Stevenson, E. T. A. Hoffmann, Edmondo De Amicis, Frances Hodgson Burnett, Kenneth Grahame, Edgar Rice Burroughs, Jeanne-Marie Leprince de Beaumont, Lucy Maud Montgomery, Carlo Collodi, Beatrix Potter, Amy Brooks, Jules Verne, Antoine de Saint-Exupéry, Aesop Aesop, Francis Rolt

Publisher: Bauer Books

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A Christmas Carol por Charles Dickens
	The Little Prince por Antoine De Saint-Exupéry
	The Life and Adventures of Robinson Crusoe por Daniel Defoe
	The Secret Garden por Frances Hodgson Burnett
	The Ice-Maiden and Other Tales por Hans Christian Andersen
	Five Children and It por Edith Nesbit
	The Adventures of Pinocchio por C. Collodi
	The Nursery Alice por Lewis Carroll
	The Tale of Johnny Town-Mouse por Beatrix Potter
	The Tale of Little Pig Robinson por Beatrix Potter
	The Tale of Peter Rabbit por Beatrix Potter
	The Tale of Mrs. Tittlemouse por Beatrix Potter
	Alice's Adventures in Wonderland por Lewis Caroll
	Through the Looking-Glass por Lewis Carroll
	A Christmas Greeting por Hans Christian Andersen
	The Canterville Ghost por Oscar Wilde
	The Wind in the Willows por Kenneth Grahame
	Emily's Quest por Lucy Maud Montgomery
	Heidi por Johanna Spyri
	Lulu's Library, Volume I por Louisa May Alcott
	Lulu's Library. Volume II por Louisa May Alcott
	Lulu's Library, Volume III por Louisa May Alcott
	May Flowers por Louisa May Alcott
	Kilmeny Of The Orchard por Lucy Maud Montgomery
	Nutcracker and the Mouse King por E. T. A. Hoffmann
	Princess Polly's Playmates por Amy Brooks
	Short Stories por Lucy Maud Montgomery
	Plotting in Pirate Seas por Francis Rolt-Wheeler
	Sylvie and Bruno por Lewis Carroll
	Some Christmas Stories por Charles Dickens
	Tales and Fantasies por Robert Louis Stevenson
	Treasure Island por Robert Louis Stevenson
	Anne Of Green Gables por Lucy Maud Montgomery
	Anne of Avonlea por Lucy Maud Montgomery
	Anne of the Island por Lucy Maud Montgomery
	Anne Of Windy Poplars por Lucy Maud Montgomery
	Anne's House of Dreams por Lucy Maud Montgomery
	Anne of Ingleside por Lucy Maud Montgomery
	RAINBOW VALLEY por Lucy Maud Montgomery
	Further Chronicles of Avonlea por L. M. Montgomery
	Aesop's Fables por Aesop
	Andersen's Fairy Tales por Hans Christian Andersen
	Beauty and the Beast por Jeanne-Marie Leprince de Beaumont
	EMILY IN NEW MOON por Lucy Maud Montgomery
	Emily Climbs por Lucy Maud Montgomery
	Cuore, An Italian Schoolboy’s Journal por Edmondo De Amicis
	Fables por Robert Louis Stevenson
	The Happy Prince and Other Tales por Oscar Wilde
	The Children of Captain Grant por Jules Verne
	Five Children and It por Edith Nesbit
	Tarzan of the Apes por Edgar Rice Burroughs

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