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Treasure planet

Jim is a young man who grew up reading tales of pirates and adventures on the high seas, and longs for similar excitement in his own life. One day a dying man hands him a map and gives him a warning. Upon careful examina...

Robert Louis Stevenson's Treasure Island a graphic novel —Coleman, Wim, adapter.
Graphic Novel
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In this graphic version of the novel, young Jim Hawkins finds a map and embarks on a voyage with Captain Smollett and the treacherous Long John Silver to find buried pirate treasure.

Ghostly tales : spine-chilling stories of the Victorian age

"This collection of tales will transport you to a time when staircases creaked in old manor houses, and a candle could be blown out by a gust of wind, or by a passing ghost. Penned by some of the greatest Victorian novel...

Classics illustrated. #7, Dr. Jekyll & Mr. Hyde —Stevenson, Robert Louis, 1850-1894
Graphic Novel
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Dr. Jekyll, a brilliant scientist, is transformed by a self-administered drug into the twisted Mr. Hyde, the incarnation of evil. Presented in comic book format.

The greatest tales ever told. Volume 1, classic adventures

Literary classics are brought to life in this collection of beautifully animated features based on some of the most popular stories of all time.

Robert Louis Stevenson's The strange case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde a graphic novel —Bowen, Carl, adapter.
Graphic Novel
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In this graphic retelling, scientist Dr. Henry Jekyll develops a potion to separate his good and dark natures--but soon his evil mind takes over and becomes the murderous fiend, Mr. Hyde.

Robert Louis Stevenson —Stevenson, Robert Louis, 1850-1894.

An illustrated collection of thirty-two popular poems by Robert Louis Stevenson, mostly from "A Child's Garden of Verses." Includes an introduction about the poet's life and work.


An evil uncle arranges for his nephew to be kidnapped, only to have him seek revenge with the help of a Scottish rebel leader in this late eighteenth century drama.

Treasure Island —Stevenson, Robert Louis, 1850-1894.

While going through the possessions of a deceased guest who owed them money, the mistress of an inn and her son find a treasure map that leads to a pirate fortune as well as great danger.

Treasure Island —Stevenson, Robert Louis, 1850-1894.

"Young Jim Hawkins and his friends set sail for Treasure Island, hoping to find the buried loot of Captain Flint, fiercest of all the pirates. But, unknown to them, the crew of their own ship is made up of Flint's forme...

A child's garden of verses —Stevenson, Robert Louis, 1850-1894.

First published in 1885, this is a classic collection of much-loved poems that is totally timeless. Illustrations by world-acclaimed artist Michael Foreman complement the poems wonderfully.

Block city —Stevenson, Robert Louis, 1850-1894.

A child creates a world of his own which has mountains and sea, a city and ships, all from toy blocks.

The moon —Stevenson, Robert Louis, 1850-1894.

A father takes his son on a nighttime boat trip around a cove and home again.

Treasure Island —Macdonald, Fiona, 1958-
Graphic Novel
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The story begins with the death of an old sailor and the discovery of a secret treasure map. Young Jack Hawkins sets out on the biggest adventure of his life. Will he live to tell the tale?

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