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Books with author 510 Classics

  • If I May

    A. A. Milne, 510 Classics

    Paperback (CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, Jan. 24, 2016)
    My partciular memory is of a quail-pie. Quails may be all right for Moses in the desert, but, if they are served in the form of pie at dinner, they should be distributed at a side-table, not handed round from guest to guest. The Countess having shuddered at it and resumed her biscuit, it was left to me to make the opening excavation. The difficulty was to know where each quail began and ended; the job really wanted a professional quail-finder, who might have indicated the point on the surface of the crust at which it would be most hopeful to dig for quails.
  • The Young Forester

    Zane Grey, 510 Classics

    Paperback (CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, Nov. 16, 2015)
    The tale follows young Ken who charges off from the east (where he does camp, hunt, fish, and enjoy the forests) to the raw wilderness of Arizona. There he meets unscrupulous lumbermen, adventure, and proves that he has, beneath his inexperienced tenderfoot ways, the steel of a man. And the principles of forestry, of course, prevail.
  • The Enchanted Castle

    E. Nesbit, 510 Classics

    Paperback (CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, Oct. 4, 2015)
    Jerry, Jimmy, and Cathy stumble upon a mysterious castle with a beautiful princess asleep in the garden. The princess is really Mabel, the housekeeper's niece, who is only pretending to be royalty. But when she shows them a secret room filled with treasure where they discover a magical ring, enchantment becomes a reality.
  • The Spoilers

    Rex Beach, 510 Classics

    Paperback (CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, Nov. 16, 2015)
    1905. Rex Beach was well on his way to becoming a lawyer when he was hit by Gold Rush Fever and left for the Klondike to strike it rich. His novel The Spoilers was quite successful at capturing the excitement of the Gold Rush, complete with claim-jumping, corruption, deception, villains, and heroes.
  • Ghost Stories of an Antiquary

    M. R. James, 510 Classics

    Paperback (CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, Oct. 15, 2015)
    This 1904 classic collects the earliest ghost stories of author M.R. James. While not gruesome by any means, these classic tales of apparitions and other supernatural horrors remain chilling to this day. Features "Canon Alberic's Scrap-Book," "Lost Hearts" "The Mezzotint," "The Ash-Tree," "Number 13," "Count Magnus," "'Oh, Whistle and I'll Come to You, My Lad,'" and "The Treasure of Abbot Thomas."
  • Skyrider

    B. M. Bower, 510 Classics

    Paperback (CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, Sept. 20, 2015)
    Johnny Jewel, a cowboy who becomes an aviator, is the hero of this new story of Western ranch life. It's an engrossing ranch story with a new note of interest woven into its breezy texture.The novel THE THUNDER BIRD follows this.
  • The Gift of the Magi

    O. Henry, 510 Classics

    Paperback (CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, April 26, 2016)
    "The Gift of the Magi" is a short story, written by O. Henry (a pen name for William Sydney Porter), about a young married couple and how they deal with the challenge of buying secret Christmas gifts for each other with very little money. As a sentimental story with a moral lesson about gift-giving, it has been a popular one for adaptation, especially for presentation at Christmas time.
  • Tales of Lonely Trails

    Zane Grey, 510 Classics

    (CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, Nov. 2, 2015)
    Tales of Lonely Trails Zane Grey describes his two Arizona hunts along the vast region including the Grand Canyon, and describes the bear and other wild animals he encounters along the way. About The Author Zane Grey (1872 –1939) was known for his American frontier novels and in particular Riders of the Purple Sage (1912). His books were later turned into Hollywood films. and he eventually moved to California to be closer to his work in the film industry.
  • The Young Pitcher

    Zane Grey, 510 Classics

    Paperback (CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, Nov. 2, 2015)
    Zane Grey was an American author best known for his adventure novels and pulp fiction that glamorized the Old West. Grey became one of the first millionaire authors. He would spend part of the year traveling having adventures and the rest of the year using his experiences to create his fiction. Zane Grey has presented his readers with a nostalgic look at intercollegiate sports in the early 1900's. College freshman Ken Ward dreams of playing varsity baseball and gets a chance to prove himself with the toss of a potato.
  • Ken Ward in the Jungle

    Zane Grey, 510 Classics

    Paperback (CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, Dec. 6, 2015)
    1912. One of Zane Grey's Ken Ward series of books for boys. A great adventure read from the great author of Western fiction. The book begins: What a change from the Arizona desert The words broke from the lips of Ken Ward as he leaned from the window of the train which was bearing his brother and himself over the plateau to Tampico in Tamaulipas, the southeastern state of Mexico. He had caught sight of a river leaping out between heavily wooded slopes and plunging down in the most beautiful waterfall he had ever seen.
  • The Last Trail

    Zane Grey, 510 Classics

    Paperback (CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, Nov. 2, 2015)
    A woman is kidnapped from Fort Henry by a band of renegades and hostile Ohio Valley Indians. Now, Lewis Wetzel and Jonathan Zane take pursuit. With no hope of survival, they follow the trail into the unknown wilderness, vowing it to be their last venture. At trail's end, they will face their bloodiest battle.
  • The Day of the Beast

    Zane Grey, 510 Classics

    Paperback (CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, Oct. 29, 2015)
    "Our ordeal is over -- the Hell is past and we must bury memory . . ." Lane, Maynard and Payson stand on deck as the ship glides toward New York, in the shadow of Liberty -- a war-weary trio of soldiers, home at last. Time has marked them, and the battles of France have left them disabled . . . but what awaits them on land, beyond the empty dock? Who will be there for them, at home? And will they ever be able to lead a normal life? Zane Gray (1875-1939), master storyteller of the frontier and the outdoors, in "The Day of the Beast" gives tribute to the unsung heroes of the Great War.