La Historia de los Tres Cerditos

La Historia de los Tres Cerditos

The three little pigs are hounded by a nasty wolf, but, of course, the third pig outsmarts the wolf and ends with a surprise twist.

With numerous drawings in color and black and white by L. Leslie Brooke. This Book was originally published in 1904 by Frederick Warne & Co. – United Kingdom, United States. The original work has been cleaned and digitally enhanced for your reading pleasure.

• Fixed layout presentation.
• Read along narration.
• Supports text searches & dictionary lookups.

Citizenship: A Manual for Voters

Citizenship: A Manual for Voters

Realizing the need of a manual on citizenship for the new voters in Kentucky, the author has endeavored to compile such information on the government and its workings, as will be of use to all voters, especially the ones just entering political life. A strong appeal is made to the women voters of our nation to prepare themselves for public life by keeping in touch with the issues of the day as well as the functions of government. While it is a great privilege to take part in public affairs, and study the questions of the day, so that we can vote intelligently and criticize justly, let us not forget that the home is the most sacred refuge of life, the nucleus around which all pure and true civilization is formed, and that the chief end of all good government is to improve and protect the home, the church and the community.

Will you take part in building up your government and establishing “High Ideals” and true democracy?

Christmas Roses

Christmas Roses

Christmas Roses by Lizzie Lawson and Robert Ellice Mack is a charming collection of delightful Christmas stories and poems.

Beautifully illustrated, Christmas Roses is 120 years old; Lithographed and printed by Ernest Nister of Nuremberg in 1880. The original work has been cleaned and enhanced for your reading pleasure.

Beauty & The Beast

In this classic version of Beauty and the Beast, a merchant asks his daughters what he may bring them from his travels; the elder two daughters ask for jewelry, but the youngest, Bella, replies that all she really wants for her papa to return safely. Upon her father’s request for her to name a gift, she also asks for a rose.

An Alice Alphabet

An Alice Alphabet introduces the letters A to Z in rhymes, featuring characters from Lewis Carroll’s Alice in Wonderland.

Written by American author and poet Carolyn Wells; and illustrated by Sir John Tenniel British illustrator, graphic humorist and political cartoonist. An Alice Alphabet was originally published by The Macmillan Company; New York c.1899. The original work has been cleaned and enhanced for your reading pleasure.