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    1. The Outdoor Chums on the Gulf; or, Rescuing the Lost Balloonists by Captain Quincy Allen The Outdoor Chums on the Gulf follows the story of Jerry, Will, Frank, and Bluff and their adventures.
    2. Jack Tier; or, The Florida Reef by James Fenimore Cooper Set during the time of the Mexican War, Jack Tier is a realistic sea story.
    3. Squinty, the Comical Pig by Richard Barnum The readers find out the origin of Squinty’s name. Squinty and his brothers and sisters grow up. Squinty wants to see the world and have some adventures, so he escapes. However, he’s caught by the dog.
    4. Uncle Tom's Cabin (Told to the Children) by Harriet Beecher Stowe The Told to the Children Series of books were published in Great Britain in the early 1900's. The purpose of the book series was to introduce readers between the ages of 9 and 12 to the best known classic novels of the 19th Century.
    Uncle Tom’s Cabin; or, Life Among the Lowly is an anti–slavery novel by American author Harriet Beecher Stowe. Published in 1852, the novel had a profound effect on attitudes towards slavery in the United States. The book also helped create a number of stereotypes of African-Americans. To some extent, this negative effect has overshadowed other historical impacts of the novel.
    5. “Hercules and the Waggoner” Aesop's Fables by Aesop A Waggoner’s wheels sank deep into the mud. The horses could not pull it out. He prayed to Hercules for help. Hercules told him to help himself by helping the horses pull.
    6. One to Make Ready Counting and Math Rhymes by Traditional A child's counting-out game.
    7. “The Little Hero of Haarlem” Fairy Tales and Other Traditional Stories by FCIT A fairy tale about a young boy named Hans that saved a town from drowning by plugging up the water in a bank with his finger.
    8. Cocoanut Grove Florida: Essays and Poems by Frank Sweet The speaker describes the beauty and emotion of Cocoanut Grove.
    9. “The Story of Miss Moppet” Peter Rabbit and Other Stories by Beatrix Potter A cat-and-mouse game between Miss Moppet, a cat, and a tiny mischievous mouse.
    10. “Laughing Song” Selected American and British Poems by William Blake A cheerful poem about springtime.
    11. “Seventh Night: Mr. Scarecrow” Seven O’Clock Stories by Robert Gordon Anderson The Toyman teaches the function of a scarecrow and why crows are bad for the corn crops.
    12. “The Dog and the Wolf” Aesop's Fables by Aesop A starving Wolf is encouraged to come home with the Dog where he could work and be well fed. However, the Wolf would also be collared and chained. The Wolf decides he would rather be free and hungry than chained and well fed.
    13. “The Fisher and the Little Fish” Aesop's Fables by Aesop After fishing all day a fisherman has ony caught a tiny fish. The Fish begs to be put back in the water. The fisherman does not do so.
    14. “The Jumblies” Poems and Limericks of Edward Lear by Edward Lear A poem about a fairy tale journey to find the mythical Jumblies.
    15. “Thirteenth Night: The Tall Enemy” Seven O’Clock Stories by Robert Gordon Anderson The three children play a war game in the first snow of the winter. The Toyman builds six snow men and the children fight them with snow balls.
    16. To Isadore The Works of Edgar Allan Poe by Edgar Allan Poe "Beneath the vine-clad eaves, Whose shadows fall before"
    17. The Frog and the Ox Aesop's Fables by Aesop A frog in an attempt to prove he is bigger than an ox blows himself up until he bursts. Be careful about how great you need to be. It can lead to your demise.
    18. “The Hare and the Tortoise” Aesop's Fables by Aesop The Hare boasted of never being beaten in a race. The Tortoise accepted this challenge. The Hare stopped during the race for a nap and woke to find the Tortise about to cross the finish line.
    19. The Cow A Child's Garden of Verses: Selected Poems by Robert Louis Stevenson A cow lives happily in a field.
    20. The Land of Counterpane A Child's Garden of Verses: Selected Poems by Robert Louis Stevenson A child plays with toys in bed.
    21. My Shadow A Child's Garden of Verses: Selected Poems by Robert Louis Stevenson A child notices the movements of his shadow.
    22. Pirate Story A Child's Garden of Verses: Selected Poems by Robert Louis Stevenson Three children imagine themselves pirates.
    23. “The Otters and the Wolf” More Jataka Tales by Ellen C. Babbitt A wolf finds a clever way to get fish for supper.
    24. Cock-A-Doodle-Doo! Nursery Rhymes and Traditional Poems by Traditional A funny nonsensical poem.
    25. Farewell to the Farm A Child's Garden of Verses: Selected Poems by Robert Louis Stevenson A child leaves his favorite place.
    26. A Good Boy A Child's Garden of Verses: Selected Poems by Robert Louis Stevenson A child behaves all day and has good dreams.
    27. "How the Alphabet Was Made" Just So Stories by Rudyard Kipling Neolithic man Tegumai Bopsulai is out fishing with his daughter Taffy whose attempt to send a message in a drawing leads to complete misunderstanding. Taffy suggests a way of representing the sounds of the Tegumai language in pictograms. Together she and her father evolve a system using familiar objects and facial expressions, which when simplified become letters of the alphabet.
    28. “The Lion in Bad Company” More Jataka Tales by Ellen C. Babbitt A young lion makes friends with a wolf, against his father’s wishes. The friendship leads the lion to hunting the king’s ponies, which his father told him not to do, but the lion keeps on and ends up killed by the king’s archer.
    29. “The Stolen Plow” More Jataka Tales by Ellen C. Babbitt How two traders get their plow and child back.
    30. “There Was an Old Man of the West” Poems and Limericks of Edward Lear by Edward Lear A nonsense rhyme about an old man who could not sleep.
    31. “The Lad Who Went to the North Wind” Stories from Around the World by Traditional A lad gets gifts from the North Wind and has to overcome a greedy landlord.
    32. “The Cat and the Parrot” Fairy Tales and Other Traditional Stories by FCIT A fairy tale about a cat that eats all who disagree with him.
    33. “Why the Evergreen Trees Keep Their Leaves in Winter” Fairy Tales and Other Traditional Stories by Florence Holbrook A fairy tale about a little bird with a broken wing and the trees that offered him shelter. The fairy tale is used to describe the nature of dying in winter.
    34. “The Hawks and Their Friends” More Jataka Tales by Ellen C. Babbitt A family of hawks has friends who save them.
    35. Peter, Peter, Pumpkin Eater Nursery Rhymes and Traditional Poems by Traditional A nursery rhyme categorized as a scene and/or incident about Peter Pumpkin Eater and his wife.
    36. Al Aaraaf The Works of Edgar Allan Poe by Edgar Allan Poe "O! Nothing earthly save the ray"
    37. An Enigma The Works of Edgar Allan Poe by Edgar Allan Poe "Seldom we find," says Solomon Don Dunce,"
    38. Blockhead-Hans The Yellow Fairy Book by Andrew Lang How Blockhead-Hans won the princess over his two cleverer brothers.
    39. “The Little New Year” Buttercup Gold and Other Stories by Ellen Robena Field Maurice is visited by the little New Year and his cart of gifts. He shows Maurice the wonders of giving to others and the happiness that it brings.
    40. “Raggylug” Fairy Tales and Other Traditional Stories by FCIT A short story about Raggylug, a baby rabbit, that lives with his mother and doesn’t heed her warning about hiding in the nest. After an encounter with a snake and a sudden escape, Raggylug learns his lesson.
    41. The Emperor's New Clothes Fairy Tales and Other Traditional Stories by Hans Christian Andersen The very vain Emperor in this fairy tale is tricked by a pair of thieves.
    42. Nooning in Florida Florida: Essays and Poems by Will Wallace Harney The poet reflects on the world at noon, while laying back and dozing.
    43. Orange Buds by Mail from Florida Florida: Essays and Poems by Walt Whitman The author imagines the many miles his orange buds have traveled to go from the Florida sun to snow covered New Jersey.
    44. “The Red-Bud Tree” More Jataka Tales by Ellen C. Babbitt Young princes see a tree at different times of the year, and cannot agree on its appearance.
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