This category offers links to classic literary works available online.
Animated versions of classic American tales like Paul Bunyan, Pecos Bill, and others. Fully narrated online story books and Flash cartoons.
Electronic text versions of young children's books and rhymes. Most are illustrated.
A collection of electronic texts for young people with provisions for adding book reviews and discussion about each of the books.
Offers online selection of classic stories for kids and teens. Includes links to short stories for kids.
Includes a summary of the book, an "about the author" section, essay ideas and help, and completed essays.
E-texts presented with the aid of an applet which allows the choice of font size, spacing, and color.
A large collection of full-length classic stories for online reading.
A list of classic literature for young people sorted by author. HTML versions of the text are included for many of the books.
A collection of over twenty electronic text versions of classics reformatted for easy reading.
Includes story versions of a few rhymes.
Offers printable activities and games based on childhood favorites.
A small collection of online stories for younger readers. Contents include: Mother Goose, The Tortoise and the Hare, and others.
A collection of electronic text versions of novels and short stories by Jack London.
Includes Shakespeare's plays with audio, and the original.
Online editions of classic children's books from the golden age of children's literature (1880-1922).
Electronic texts archived at the University of Pennsylvania Digital Library. Search or browse by author/title/subject.
E-text of The War of the Worlds by H. G. Wells.
Browse and search the publicly-accessible electronic texts from this extensive selection. Browse by author, or area of interest. Search by author or title or keywords/phrases within the text. Some titles include illustrations.
A site with children's literature online sorted by series and author. Includes fairy tales, Avonlea series, fables, Robin Hood tales, and other classics
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