The Adventures of Tom Sawyer
Twain's American adventure hero, Tom Sawyer, shows his expertise at getting into dangerous situations. When he and his pal, Huck Finn, stumble on a midnight murder, Tom almost meets his match in evil Injun Joe. Joe has hidden a golden, ill-gotten treasure that Tom means to find . . . if Joe doesn't get him first! Recommended for grade 11. Back and white. 1997, Signet Classics. 4 x 7 inches. 216 pp.
- Twain, Mark
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Great children's classic!
Adventures of Tom Sawyer is the epitome of a childrens classic! This is a wonderful book about a young boy growing up on the banks of the Mississippi river, in a small town called St. Petersburg. This book should not just be for 11th graders, but for all school children 4th grade and up!
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I love this book!
Adventures of Tom Sawyer is so awesome! The book was quick-paced, had humorous adventures! I couldn't help but love the irrepressible Tom Sawyer!