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The adventures of Tom Sawyer,

Author: Mark Twain; Donald McKay
Publisher: New York, Grossett & Dunlap, [1946]
Series: Illustrated junior library.
Edition/Format:   Book : Fiction : Juvenile audience : EnglishView all editions and formats
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The story of a young boy's adventures during the ninteenth-century in a Mississippi River town.
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Genre/Form: Adventure fiction
Humorous fiction
Fiction
Material Type: Fiction, Juvenile audience
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Mark Twain; Donald McKay
ISBN: 0448058022 9780448058023 0448032643 9780448032641
OCLC Number: 4568477
Notes: "Popular edition."--Jacket.
Description: 6 preliminary leaves, 304, [1] pages color frontispiece, illustrations, color plates 21 cm.
Contents: Tom plays, fights, and hides --
The glorious whitewasher --
Busy at war and love --
Showing off in Sunday school --
The pinch bug and his prey --
Tom meets Becky --
Tick running and a heartbreak --
A pirate bold to be --
Tragedy in the graveyard --
Dire prophecy of the howling dog --
Conscience racks Tom --
The cat and the painkiller --
The pirate crew set sail --
Happy camp of the freebooters --
Tom's stealthy visit home --
First pipes : I've lost my knife --
Pirates at their own funeral --
Tom reveals his dream secret --
The cruelty of "I didn't think" --
Tom takes Becky's punishment --
Eloquence and the master's gilded dome --
Huck Finn quotes scripture --
The salvation of Muff Potter --
Splendid days and fearsome nights --
Seeking the buried treasure --
Real robbers seize the box of gold --
Trembling on the trail --
In the lair of Injun Joe --
Huck saves the widow --
Tom and Becky in the cave --
Found and lost again --
Turn out! They're found! --
The fate of Injun Joe --
Floods of gold --
Respectable Huck joins the gang --
Conclusion.
Series Title: Illustrated junior library.
Responsibility: by Mark Twain; Illustrated by Donald McKay ...

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The story of a young boy's adventures during the ninteenth-century in a Mississippi River town.

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