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A BookWormBiz Public Domain Derivative Work: Charles Dickens's David Copperfield, Oliver Twist and The Pickwick Papers. David Copperfield is a novel that is widely believed to be based partly on the life of Charles Dickens himself. David starts out with a happy life, even though his dad died before he was born. Things take a turn for the worse when his mother remarries, leading David to a life of abuse and contact with many unsavory characters. After one heartbreaking marriage, he eventually has a happy marriage and finds success in a writing career. Oliver Twist is the story about an orphan who falls in with a bad group of petty criminals. The novel brings to light some of the social problems of the time, including how orphans were treated and the problem of child labor. The Pickwick Papers was Dickens's first novel. It concerns the adventures of Samuel Pickwick, who forms a club that goes on many adventurous trips into the English countryside.
A BookWormBiz Public Domain Derivative Work: Jane Austen's Northanger Abby, Mansfield Park, and Persuasion. In this product we package up three of Jane Austen's most popular works. Mansfield Park is a story about Fanny Price, and it revolves around her mother and two of her aunts. She leaves her original home due to financial circumstances, spending her formative years with the family of her more wealthy aunt. Northanger Abby, originally named "Susan", concerns Catherine Morland, a tomboy in her youth who then sets out from the family home, and meets Henry Tilney. It is a romance novel concerning Catherine and Henry's relationship among several other interesting personalities. Persuasion is the last novel that Jane Austen completed. Persuasion follows the story of Anne Elliot, who is engaged to a handsome but poor Frederick Wentworth. Her upscale family has issues with his status, resulting in an interesting tale.
A BookWormBiz Public Domain Derivative Work: Mark Twain's The Adventures of Tom Sawyer, Adventures of Huckleberry Finn and The Prince and the Pauper. In this product we package up three of Mark Twain's most popular works. The Adventures of Tom Sawyer is a tale of boyhood. The book was inspired by the experiences that Samuel Clemens (Mark Twain) had while growing up in Hannibal Missouri during the mid 1800's. Adventures of Huckleberry Finn is a sequel to The Adventures of Tom Sawyer and is now considered one of the great American novels. It was the first major work to be written in vernacular English. The Prince and the Pauper is historical fiction and concerns two boys who look very much alike, one who is quite poor and another who is the son of the king of England. The two boys switch places for a while, leading to an interesting tale.
The Holy Bible is the best sold book of all time and is widely known. Hence, it needs no further introduction.
This book is concerned with the Big Questions of Philosophy: What is the World made of? What is Life? Is there a God? Is there Life after Death? What is a Soul? Who am I? Professor Delbert John Larson, a Ph.D. physicist, Christian, and martial artist, examines each of these questions and more in this path-breaking new book. Over the past few centuries, a modern secular culture has arisen that has undermined traditional religious and scientific values. Biblical teachings have been ridiculed for being inconsistent with science. In this book, Doctor Larson pursues a new path toward reconciling his Christian beliefs with scientific fact. His aim is to keep as much of the traditional scientific and religious beliefs as is logically possible, while respectfully setting aside those minority portions of each that do not withstand careful scrutiny. This book describes how a harmonious coexistence of religion and science is still possible today, without contorting known scientific facts. If you have ever doubted or rejected Christianity because of science, you owe yourself the opportunity to read this book. It could quite possibly change your outlook on life!
A BookWormBiz Public Domain Derivative Work: Arthur Conan Doyle's The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes, The Sign of the Four, and The Valley of Fear. The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes is a collection of twelve adventures by the famous detective: A Scandal in Bohemia; The Red-Headed League; A Case of Identity; The Boscombe Valley Mystery; The Five Orange Pips; The Man with the Twisted Lip; The Adventure of the Blue Carbuncle; The Adventure of the Speckled Band; The Adventure of the Engineer's Thumb; The Adventure of the Noble Bachelor; The Adventure of the Beryl Coronet; and The Adventure of the Copper Beeches. The Sign of the Four was the second Sherlock Holmes novel and it involves a secret pact between two corrupt prison guards and four convicts. It is set in the late 1880's and involves stolen treasure, the Indian Rebellion and the East India Company. The Valley of Fear is the fourth and final Sherlock homes novel. The Valley of Fear was adapted for a silent film of the same name in 1916, as well as a later film, an animated film, and part of a television series.