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Stevenson Six Pack By Robert Louis Stevenson
eBook (ePub): $4.99
This collection includes an image gallery with portraits of Stevenson, photographs from his last years in Samoa, copies of first edition book covers and reproductions of many original Victorian... More > illustrations. Stevenson Six Pack: An Inland Voyage, Treasure Island, The Body Snatcher, Strange Case of Jekyll & Hyde, Kidnapped and The Black Arrow: A Tale of the Two Roses.< Less
Stevenson Six Pack By Robert Louis Stevenson
eBook (PDF): $7.99
This collection includes an image gallery with portraits of Stevenson, photographs from his last years in Samoa, copies of first edition book covers and reproductions of many original Victorian... More > illustrations. Stevenson Six Pack: An Inland Voyage, Treasure Island, The Body Snatcher, Strange Case of Jekyll & Hyde, Kidnapped and The Black Arrow: A Tale of the Two Roses.< Less
Treasure Island By Robert Louis Stevenson
eBook (ePub): $1.37
A mysterious map, pirates, and pieces of eight! When young Jim Hawkins finds a map to pirates’ gold he starts on an adventure that takes him from his English village to a desert island with the... More > murderous Black Dog, half-mad Ben Gunn, and (of course) Long John Silver. Arr Jim lad! R.L. Stevenson (1850-1894) was born in Scotland and travelled extensively in California and the south Pacific.< Less
The Alternative Treasure Island Song Sheets By David Barrett
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Song sheets to accompany the musical, consisting of melody lines and chord symbols. The tunes are well-known folk melodies. Loosely based on RL Stevenson's novel. Billy Bones, a retired pirate, is... More > drinking in the tavern run by Mrs Hawkins and her son, Jim. He receives a letter with the 'black spot', a pirates curse. This causes him to have heart failure and he dies. Mrs Hawkins and Jim discover a treasure map in Bones' sea chest, just as the pirates arrive to claim the map. Jim escapes to the Squire's house with the map and the adventure begins. This score may be copied for use by the purchasing school or theatre company only. It may not be re-sold or re-distributed in any form.< Less
East from 'Frisco - on the trail of America's soul By Chris Harris
eBook (PDF): $8.21
This work is not ‘just another travelog’ – it is a light-hearted blend of observation, anecdote, humour and history. The book was inspired by a USA coast-to-coast expedition from... More > San Francisco to Washington DC to raise funds for charity (Motor Neurone Disease), undertaken for much of the way in a 30-year-old open top ‘classic’ car along the historic Route 66. Little escapes critique – from cow-chip throwing to IndyCar racing; from poker running to the deeply ingrained religiosity of the American people. The story ranges from the sparkling waters of San Francisco Bay, via Amarillo in the Texas panhandle, to shipwreck in the pounding Atlantic surf off Cape Hatteras. The quirks and idiosyncrasies of people and places, and the tragedies and triumphs of American history, are all sympathetically portrayed through the pen of a visitor from Europe. The style is the author’s own – although he likes to think it is inspired by the best of Bryson, RL Stevenson and JK Jerome. Enjoy!< Less
EAST FROM FRISCO - on the trail of America's soul By Chris Harris
eBook (PDF): $7.81
Not ‘just another travelog’ – this is a light-hearted blend of observation, anecdote, humor and history, all sympathetically portrayed through the perceptive pen of a guest from... More > Europe. The book was inspired by a USA coast-to-coast expedition from San Francisco to Washington DC to raise funds for charity (ALS, Lou Gehrig's Disease, Motor Neurone Disease), undertaken for much of the way in a 30-year-old open top ‘classic’ car along the historic Route 66. Little escapes review – from cow-chip throwing to IndyCar racing; from poker running to the deeply ingrained religiosity of bible belt America. The story ranges from the sparkling waters of San Francisco Bay, via Amarillo in the Texas panhandle, to shipwreck in the pounding Atlantic surf off Cape Hatteras. People and places, and triumphs and tragedies of American history, all are there. The distinctive style is the author’s own – although he likes to think it is inspired by the best of Bryson, RL Stevenson and JK Jerome. Enjoy!< Less
EAST FROM FRISCO - on the trail of America's soul By Chris Harris
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Not ‘just another travelog’ – this is a light-hearted blend of observation, anecdote, humor and history, all sympathetically portrayed through the perceptive pen of a guest from... More > Europe. The book was inspired by a USA coast-to-coast expedition from San Francisco to Washington DC to raise funds for charity (ALS, Lou Gehrig's Disease, Motor Neurone Disease), undertaken for much of the way in a 30-year-old open top ‘classic’ car along the historic Route 66. Little escapes review – from cow-chip throwing to IndyCar racing; from poker running to the deeply ingrained religiosity of bible belt America. The story ranges from the sparkling waters of San Francisco Bay, via Amarillo in the Texas panhandle, to shipwreck in the pounding Atlantic surf off Cape Hatteras. People and places, and triumphs and tragedies of American history, all are there. The distinctive style is the author’s own – although he likes to think it is inspired by the best of Bryson, RL Stevenson and JK Jerome. Enjoy!< Less
East from 'Frisco - on the trail of America's soul By Chris Harris
Paperback: $17.86
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This work is not ‘just another travelog’ – it is a light-hearted blend of observation, anecdote, humour and history. The book was inspired by a USA coast-to-coast expedition from... More > San Francisco to Washington DC to raise funds for charity (Motor Neurone Disease), undertaken for much of the way in a 30-year-old open top ‘classic’ car along the historic Route 66. Little escapes critique – from cow-chip throwing to IndyCar racing; from poker running to the deeply ingrained religiosity of the American people. The story ranges from the sparkling waters of San Francisco Bay, via Amarillo in the Texas panhandle, to shipwreck in the pounding Atlantic surf off Cape Hatteras. The quirks and idiosyncrasies of people and places, and the tragedies and triumphs of American history, are all sympathetically portrayed through the pen of a visitor from Europe. The style is the author’s own – although he likes to think it is inspired by the best of Bryson, RL Stevenson and JK Jerome. Enjoy!< Less
Voyagers and Voyeurs By Nigel Woodhead
eBook (PDF): $3.99
Travels in 19th Century France A treasure-chest from the golden age of travel writing. Annotated, humorous highlights from over 100 eye-witness travel accounts (diaries, journals, collected letters,... More > reports, travel guides) written between 1750 and 1918. English and American authors, including some of the most famous literary figures of the 18th and 19th centuries: Dickens, RL Stevenson, James Fenimore Cooper, Mark Twain, Henry James, plus an eccentric host of itinerant parsons, amateur antiquarians, well-heeled aristocrats and ladies of independent spirit. A huge read.  Long before Peter Mayle grumbled his way through A Year in Provence, or Stephen Clarke traced his slippery path through A Year in the Merde, travellers from the English-speaking world were amazed by the curious customs, the strange sights, sounds and smells of France. Complaining about the waiters, the plumbing, admiring the cheeseboards and pretty girls. < Less
Voyagers and Voyeurs - Travels in 19th Century France By FishesEye Publishing
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A treasure-chest from the golden age of travel writing. Annotated, humorous highlights from over 100 eye-witness travel accounts (diaries, journals, collected letters, reports, travel guides) written... More > between 1750 and 1918. English and American authors, including some of the most famous literary figures of the 18th and 19th centuries: Dickens, RL Stevenson, James Fenimore Cooper, Mark Twain, Henry James, plus an eccentric host of itinerant parsons, amateur antiquarians, well-heeled aristocrats and ladies of independent spirit. A huge read.  Long before Peter Mayle grumbled his way through A Year in Provence, or Stephen Clarke traced his slippery path through A Year in the Merde, travellers from the English-speaking world were amazed by the curious customs, the strange sights, sounds and smells of France. Complaining about the waiters, the plumbing, admiring the cheeseboards and pretty girls...  Now available as large-format (A4) perfect bound paperback, or as a PDF ebook to download!< Less

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