Adventures at Sea Graphic Novels - Set of 5
Kidnapped by his scheming and wicked uncle, teenager David Balfour is forced to sail the high seas on the ship the Covenant. With the help of an unlikely friend, a Scotsman who is rebelling against English rule, David escapes. However, together they still face more danger before David can regain his stolen inheritance from his uncle.
The Sinking of the Titanic
What happened the night Titanic sank? How many people were saved? How many lost their lives? Read this true story of Titanic's tragic voyage to find answers to these questions and more!
Includes additional facts, glossary, appropriate Internet sites, recommended books and bibliography.
One of the greatest sea novels ever written, a true classic of world literature!
Moby Dick is an exciting story about Captain Ahab's compelling obsession to get his revenge and defeat the Great White Whale. The story truly portrays the tragedy of hatred. This timeless epic is considered on of the strangest yet most powerful stories ever written.
The Swiss Family Robinson
What if you and your family were marooned on a desert island? Would you be able to survive? This is the story of the Robinson family. Learn how they used materials from the shipwreck, their resourcefulness, good humor, and hard work to build a good life. Did they ever get rescued? Read this book and find out!
This masterfully written story of buried treasure, piracy, and swashbuckling on the high seas is an unforgettable adventure, filled with excitement for all ages. It begins in merry ol' England, then makes its intrigue- and adventure-filled way to an exciting climax on an exotic tropical island. Robert Louis Stevenson created a host of legendary characters: the honest young adventurer Jim Hawkins, the back-stabbing Israel Hands, and, most of all, the beloved scoundrel Long John Silver, the colorful, jovial, yet scrupulous pirate whose greed for gold almost sends him to the gallows. Treasure Island is one of the most thrilling, highly adventurous, and exotic masterpieces ever written, and is without question a timeless classic.