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Robinson Crusoe Retold From Daniel Dafoe (Scholastic Junior Classics) download ebook
Daniel Dafoe
Scholastic Paperbacks; First Edition edition (January 1, 2001)
128 pages
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Action & Adventure

I think that Daniel Defoe did a great job at this book.

I think that Daniel Defoe did a great job at this book. I did not find this the case at all! There was one portion of the book that seemed a little redundant, but I definitely never wanted to quit reading it. If you want to read this book, give yourself a little time. I had to read a Daniel Defoe book for school, and I chose this one. It is a good book, but it could be a little difficult to read just because it was written in a different time period

The book is a great mystery/adventure that keeps you wanting to know more.

The book is a great mystery/adventure that keeps you wanting to know more. The authors writing style is beautiful it pulls you in to a nonstop page-turner.

Robinson Crusoe (Scholastic Junior Classics). Robinson Crusoe, by Daniel Defoe, is part of the Barnes & Noble Classics series, which offers. Puss Junior and Robinson Crusoe. 71 MB·0 Downloads·New!. 103 Pages·1978·214 KB·6 Downloads·New!. 103 Pages·2004·214 KB·7 Downloads. his longing for signs of other humans being. It has well developed characters for example Robinson Crusoe and Friday the savage

Classic childrens book. Help your child to discover the magic of reading. Scholastic Junior Classics.

Robinson Crusoe Retold From Daniel Dafoe (Scholastic Junior Classics) Dafoe, Daniel. Children's Fun and Educational. Great Paperback Book. Recommended Ages 6-12. Classic childrens book. Scholastic Paperbacks.

Daniel Defoe (1660-1731) lived a life full of business successes and reverses, financial gains and losses, and political victories and defeats. Sent by his father to study for the ministry, Defoe entered the business world instead. In 1685, Defoe took part in the Duke of Monmouth’s ill-fated rebellion against King James II; and in 1688, he joined a volunteer regiment that acted as William III’s escort into London.

скачать книгу бесплатно. Daniel Defoe was born in London in 1660, the son of a butcher called James Foe (Daniel later changed his name to Defoe, because it was a more fashionable name). 2 ‘That’s true, you have. He fought against one king (James II), and later joined the army of another king (William III).

Daniel Defoe Robinson Crusoe Retold from Daniel Defoe (Scholastic Junior Classics). ISBN 13: 9780439285919. Robinson Crusoe Retold from Daniel Defoe (Scholastic Junior Classics). ISBN 10: 0439285917 ISBN 13: 9780439285919. Publisher: Scholastic, 2000.

Her family name was Robinson, so, when I was born, they called me Robinson, after her. My father did well in his business and I went to a good school. He wanted me to get a good job and live a quiet, comfortable life. But Xury was happy to help me. I’ll go all over the world with you, he cried. I wanted to sail to the Canary Islands, but I was afraid to go too far from the shore. It was only a small boat. And so we sailed on south for some days.

Best Illustration Cover Robinson Crusoe Defoe images on Designspiration. By award-winning designer Coralie Bickford-Smith. Robinson Crusoe by Daniel Defoe. I expected an adventure story but I also found a psychological novel of spiritual awakening. That being said, I was not sold on the Christian logic.

Shipwrecked on an island, Robinson Crusoe faces his fears that he may be alone forever, yet a pair of footprints in the sand lead him down a new path with unexpected adventures. Original.
  • happy light
This edition does not include all of Defoe's famous work, Robinson Crusoe. It has no cover page or publishing information, and ends at chapter 9 mid sentence. Literally the last page of the book ends mid-sentence, with a comma. Terrible. I am just now noting that the cover has a picture of a motorboat - definitely not available at the time of the setting of this book. This edition was negligently put together and should not be sold. Don't buy under any circumstances, it will only make you sad.
  • Kerahuginn
I would offer "0" stars, if possible. This edition is thin, without page numbers, and the book ended in the MIDDLE OF A SENTENCE! Obviously, it is not a legitimate copy, and is a fraud. If I had only purchased one copy, I would not be so upset, but I bought 17 copies for a book discussion group and cannot return them! This "publisher" is fraudulent and Amazon should not allow them to sell this knock-off of the real thing. VERY FRUSTRATING!
  • Gabar
I am writing a review of the audiobook version. I liked the narrator's presentation of the book. He has a good speaking voice and I've enjoyed other books he has narrated.

As for the book, one cannot expect the writing style or narrative to match that of current day since it was written 300 years ago, I did enjoy the usage of certain words in the book, which are now considered archaic. That said, I found the story to be tedious, repetitive and overtly religious. While it probably helped sales of the book in England, I did not like the overly superior manner in which the English way of life is portrayed in the book. All other peoples and they way they live are deemed are inferior.

Daniel Dafoe must have consumed the entire world's supply of commas for 10 or 20 years in writing this book. Nearly every sentence seems to contain a comma and many have multiple commas.
  • Ustamya
This is not a complete book; what a scam! It's about HALF of the book and it ends mid sentence. Also, why is there a motorboat with a Yamaha motor on the cover? This book took place in the 1600s; there were no Yamaha motors or motors of any sort at the time of this book. What a rip off! Also there is no publishing info other than "Made in the USA Lexington, KY 17 August 2017" I placed my order for this book on August 17, 2017. I guess they didn't have time to print the entire book???
  • Vonalij
I used to work at Macmillan when Scribner was under the Macmillan umbrella and I knew when I bought this edition that it was the highest quality you can buy. The N.C. Wyeth illustrations are wonderful and they're on the very best high quality paper. All the Scribner Classics are well made. If you like classics, you'll love these editions. They are very well bound on very good paper and, as I just said, the illustrations are on the very best paper. For the price, you're getting a great deal. The only drawback: because it's such a high quality edition, you'll want to take very, very good care of it. Read it away from anything that might spill on it. Try to keep it away from any humidity. I know I'm sounding like a crazy book person and, okay, I probably am, but when you buy it, you'll see what I mean.
  • Goltigor
The version I got is the one with the motorboat on the cover (which makes no sense given this is set in the 1600's). First off, this book just starts on the very first page which was a little strange, but not really a problem. Next, it has no page numbers; I can deal with that as well - after all the book was inexpensive. But then the reason I really hate this version on the book, is that it ends mid-sentence in the middle of chapter ten. Which means this book is good for nothing except the trash.
  • Pedar
If I could I would put zero stars. The book is incomplete!!!!!!!!!! I bought it for my son's homework and he realized after starting anoting in it that it was finishing in a middle of a sentence and he did not have the end! !!!
It is presumptuous of me to offer a review. The Canterbury Tales, the first English book, and Robinson Crusoe, the first English novel, may be to two most seminal books ever written in the English language.
Let me just say that Robinson Crusoe is simply a great read. Do you need a story for the beach? This is it. Do you need a subject for you doctoral dissertation? This could also be it.
Everyone should find something of interest in this adventure story. I strongly recommend it.