William Theodore Robinson
Dalmatian Press, 2002 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 192 pages
True to the timeless tales themselves, these fully illustrated Children's Classics from Dalmatian Press bring beloved literary characters to life for everyone to enjoy. You customers will be drawn to beautiful cover art and detailed illustrations in almost every spread, and readable, faithfully-adapted stories which will keep them coming back for more. A collectible series, with plenty of entertainment for boys, girls and adults, Children's Classics will introduce your customers to a world of reading fun!
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - Aaron.Korff - LibraryThing
Is a book about Ishmael. He has no money so he left is home for New Bedford then went to Nantucket. He found Spouter Inn. He had to share a room with a harpooner. The harpooner was named Queequeg ... Read full review