46th issue of The Storybook Home Journal™. Features The Black Arrow, Treasure Island, and Kidnapped by Robert Louis Stevenson. 9 articles 8.5 in. x 11 in. booklet. Made & Printed in the USA. Categories: Kidnapped, Magazine, Nancy Young, Robert Louis Stevenson, The Black Arrow & Treasure Island
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By Al R. Young Reviewed by Nancy Young
Robert Louis Stevenson's Kidnapped begins with David Balfour's departure from the small home of his late father. The story is not yet two pages old before the reader finds himself standing with Master Davie on the road, in the cool of the early morning, listening to the ominous words of Mr. Campbell, minister of Essendean.
David is to make his way to the House of Shaws, known throughout the countryside as a dark and dreadful place. To David's surprise, he finds he is not merely David Balfour, but David Balfour of Shaws... Read more »
By Al R. Young Reviewed by Al R. Young
What can be said in a book review of Treasure Island by Robert Louis Stevenson beyond, "Read it!" If possible, read it to a child. Find out what it's like to be tethered to a child's can't-put-it-down attitude toward a gripping tale. Whatever there may be of lesson and moral in the story, the book should at least be read with the kind of swashbuckling popcorn mentality appropriate to a Saturday matinee. It's a romp. If there's a clock in the room, unplug it or turn its face to the wall... Read more »
By Al R. Young The A Stevenson Summer issue of The Storybook Home Journal is now available from Al Young Studios. This issue features these regular sections:Decorating - Pocketful Of Treasures (1 page)Hearth - And One Of Lavender (1 page)Kitchen - Remembered With Affection (1 page)Music - David's Air (1 page)Garden - An Orchard Almanac (5 pages)Workshops - Cluny's Cage (2 pages)Bookshelf - That We May Prove Heroes Also (5 pages)Attic - Living Richly Without Being Rich (1 page)Garret - A Web Of Connections (4 pages)A Stevenson Summer is the 52nd issue of the Journal, published bi-monthly since November 2000... Read more »