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summary The Adventures of Tom Sawyer ¹ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ´ Introducing young readers to literary classics will be easy with each of the twelve titles in the Treasury of Illustrated Classics series Each title contains short concise chapters for easy comprehension and lasting enjoyment Adorned with beautifully illustIntroducing young readers to literary classics will be easy with each of the twelve titles in the Treasury of Il. So my daughter just started reading Tom Sawyer for the very first time and I am jealous of her First of all she can read it in original while I read it in translation as a child Second I wish I could still have that immediate surprised response to the silly situations About every five minutes she comes into my room reading out loud some funny uotes making the scenes come alive in my memory again The fight between the two boys threatening with their fake big brothers followed by the famous selling of the honour to take over Tom's Saturday chore the fence white washing and so on and so on All that humorous content is being uoted in a voice broken by giggles Her favourite new expression is the terms of the next disagreement agreed upon as used in the context of the deadly serious war games that Tom Sawyer engages in She's completely mesmerised and she hasn't even got to the scary parts yet or to the budding love affairThere is magic in a children's classic that can make mothers and daughters laugh together at the silliness of naughty boys and at the fact that very little has changed in the dynamics of childhood friendships despite the time that has passed since the novel was writtenIt has just the right mix of exotic historical appeal and universal human behaviour to make a perfect introduction into world literature

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T Adorned with beautifully illustrated covers hardcover editions are a decorative addition to any reader's libra. Despite knowing this story front and back it was nice to finally read the unabridged words of one of America's finest storytellers The scene with Tom lost in the cave is notably incredible but Twain's folksy prose is a delight throughout I'm not as familiar with the Adventures of Huckleberry Finn Can't wait to start that one soon

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The Adventures of Tom SawyerLustrated Classics series Each title contains short concise chapters for easy comprehension and lasting enjoymen. My coworker and my boyfriend made fun of me when I was reading this because apparently it's written for children and they both read it when younger I have nothing to say in my defense I didn't know I don't know most things if that isn't obvious by now On a related note I probably would have enjoyed this when younger It wasn't bad it was okay but I wasn't really itching to keep reading it and didn't have that usual urge that I get when reading a really enjoyable book to give up even going to the bathroom in favor of continuing to read I did really enjoy at the end though when Huck runs away and then Tom finds him and Huck talks about how he's just not cut out for being rich and polite society like same Huck Tom tricking people into painting the fence for him was also A Anyway now I can pretend to be somewhat cultured since I finally read some Mark Twain which is what clearly matters the most here