DS #5262: Junior Classic Books (Europe)

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Nov 25, 2010
  1. Chanser
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  2. deathking

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    not a full list

    Popular titles by genre include:

    Fantasy: Lewis Carroll - Alice's Adventures in Wonderland , Lyman Frank Baum -Dorothy and the Wizard of Oz,
    Adventure: Robert Louis Stevenson - Treasure Island, Mark Twain - The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn, Carlo Collodi - Adventures of Pinocchio, Anna Sewell - Black Beauty, Jonathan Swift - Gulliver's Travels, Sir Walter Scott - Ivanhoe, Rudyard Kipling - Jungle Book, Jules Verne - Journey to the Centre of the Earth
    Detective Stories: Sir Arthur Conan Doyle - The Memoirs of Sherlock Holmes, The Hound of the Baskervilles, The Return of Sherlock Holmes
    Fairy Tales: Hans Christian Anderson - The Emperor's New Clothes and The Snow Queen, Brothers Grimm - Rapunzel, Hansel and Gretel and Little Red Riding Hood, Frances Hodgson Burnett - A Little Princess
    Short Story: Brothers Grimm - Rumpelstiltskin, Oscar Wilde - The Happy Prince and Other Tales, Hans Christian Anderson - The Little Match Girl
    Novels: Herman Melville - Moby Dick, Louisa May Alcott - Little Woman, Charles Dickens - A Christmas Carol and Oliver Twist, Jules Verne - Around the World in 80 Days, Bram Stocker - Dracula, Irving Washington - The Legend of Sleepy Hollow, Henry Rider Haggard - King Solomon's Mines
     
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    That's a quite good list!
     
  4. N-TG

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    It's a nice list but...

    Bram Stocker - Dracula
    Irving Washington - The Legend of Sleepy Hollow

    Those two looks kind of weird for kids to be reading... Well I have only seen the movies so I don't know what kind of languace it uses so I hope Im wrong
     
  5. deathking

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    full title list sorry about spelling
    but this seems better then the 100 classic collection with alot of brother grimm and hans cristan anderson stories.

    a Christmas carol
    a journey to center of the earth
    a little princess
    a study in scarlet
    adventures of hukleberry finn
    adventures of pinocchio
    alices adventures in wonderland
    around the world in 80 day
    ashputtel - cinderella
    black beauty
    briar rose
    cat and mouse in partnership
    cat skin
    clever elsie
    clever gretel
    clever hans
    doctor konwall
    dorothy and the wizard
    dracula
    frederick and catherine
    fundevogel
    glinda of oz
    gullivers travels
    hans in luck
    hansel and gretel
    his last bow
    iron hans
    ivanhoe
    jorinda and jorindel
    kidnapped
    king grisly beard
    king solomons minds
    lily and the lion
    little lord lauctelroy
    little red cap/ ridding hood
    little wizard stories
    little women
    moby dick
    mother holle
    old sultan
    oliver twist
    rapunzel
    rumpelstilskin
    show white
    snowdrop
    sweethard roland
    the adventures of bruce partigon plants
    the adventures of the cardboard box
    the adventures of the devils foot
    the adventures of the dying detective
    the adventures of the red circle
    the adventures of chanticleer and partlet
    the adventures of sherlock holmes
    the adventures of tom sawyer
    the bell
    the blue light
    the call of the wild
    the coral island / a tale of the pacific ocean
    the disappearnce of lady frances carfax
    the dog and the sparow
    the dream of little tuk
    the elderbush
    the elves and the shoemaker
    the emerald city of oz
    the emperors new clothes
    the false collar
    the fir tree
    the fisherman and his wife
    the four cleaver brothers
    the fox and the cat
    the fox and the horse
    the frog prince
    the golden bird
    the golden goose
    trhe goose girl
    the happy family
    the happy prince and other tales
    the hound of the baskervilles
    the jungle book
    the juniper tree
    the king of the golden mountain
    the leap frog
    the legend of sleepy hollow
    the little match girl
    the little peasant
    the lost princess of oz
    the magic of oz
    the marvelous land of oz
    the memoris of sherlock holmes
    the miser in the bush
    the mouse the bird and the sausage
    the naughty boy
    the old house
    the old man and his grandon
    the patchwork girl of oz
    the pink
    the queen bee
    the raven
    the real princess
    the red shoes
    the return of sherlock holmes
    the road to oz
    the robber bridegroom
    the salad
    the scarecrow of oz
    the 7 ravens
    the shadow
    the shoes of fortune
    the snow queen
    the story of a mother
    the story of youth who went forth to
    the straw the coal and the bean
    the swineheard
    the 3 languages
    the tin woodman of oz
    the traveling musicians
    the turnip
    the 12 dancing princesses
    the 12 huntsmen
    the valiant little tailor
    the water of life
    the wedding of mrs fox
    the white snake
    the willow-wren and the bear
    the wold and the 7 little kids
    the wonderful wizard of oz
    tom thumb
    treasure island
     
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    There are quite a few books in there that I would still read as a 27 year old. The 'Junior' title is not justified.

    Also, if a book is a real classic, surely it would be accessible to all?
     
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    just because you'd read it at 27 doesn't mean its not part of a junior collection.
    some do seem a bit older than 'junior' may suggest but plenty are ok for preteens.
    compare with the other collection and yes its junior.
     
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    Oo, pretty decent list there
     
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    Yeah, right, but... moby dick? It's a masterpiece that few adults can grasp, let alone kids... anyway, the more great books the better (although I have an ebook reader and would never read on DS anymore)
     
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    too bad The Little Prince by Antoine de Saint-Exupery would probably never make its way into one of these titles... I still love my ragged paperback, and it'd be one of the things i'd keep in my person come rapture or some other disastrous whatnots. [​IMG]

    and i'd love to see Jonathan Livingston Seagull there as well.
     
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    Read this at school. It was a bit meh, imho.
     
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    I wouldn't go that far...
     
  13. hentai_11

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    The german edition of 100 classic book collection had all brother grimm stories included.
     

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