Publisher description for Adventures of Huckleberry Finn / Mark Twain ; adapted by Bob Blaisdell ; illustrated by John Green.

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(Abridged) A young runaway boards a raft and sets off down the Mississippi, setting in motion a series of memorable adventures that have intrigued readers of all ages for over a century. Huck Finn and his loyal companion, the escaped slave Jim, form one of literature’s greatest friendships while encountering rough waters, a pair of con artists, and other lively incidents and characters. This streamlined, easy-to-read version skillfully captures all the flavor and color of the original narrative. 15 black-and-white illus.

Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Mississippi River Fiction, Voyages and travels Fiction, Slavery Fiction, Missouri Fiction