Robinson Crusoe

by Daniel Defoe

Description:  This classic novel relates the remarkable adventures of the title character. Opposing his family's desires for his future, Robinson Crusoe sets sail in 1651 and embarks on a life of travel. On his ventures, he experiences shipwreck, encounters pirates and cannibals, and learns to survive on an island, where after long years he saves and befriends a man named Friday. Robinson's life takes many twists and turns before he sees his homeland of England again.

Additional information:

Ages:  10-14
Format:  Ebook
Illustrations:  Black and white
Year published:  2013
ISBN:  978-1-59915-728-3
Genres:  Literature, Fiction

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Table of Contents

1. Inclination to Travel
2. Initial Voyage
3. Enslavement and Escape
4. Restlessness and Shipwreck
5. A Resourceful Survivor
6. Making Habitation
7. Time Passes
8. An Earthquake
9. Religious Awakening
10. The Sowing of Seeds
11. The Making of Baskets
12. Harvesting Corn
13. Shaping Pots and Baking Bread
14. The Canoe

15. Near Disaster at Sea
16. Catching and Rearing Goats
17. A Footprint in the Sand
18. Thinking and Rethinking an Attack Plan
19. Discovery of the Grotto
20. A Shipwreck
21. A Visit to the Wreck
22. Rescue of Friday
23. The Education of Friday
24. Making Ready to Voyage
25. An Arrival
26. Alliance with the Captain
27. The Governor Recovers the Ship

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