Table of contents for The big book of adventure / illustrated by Pedro Rodriguez ; [adaptation and abridgment by Alissa Heyman ; original Spanish text adapted by Manuel Serrat Crespo and Ferran Alexandri].

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Daniel Defoe 
page 6
ROBINSON CRUSOE
page 7
A man is shipwrecked on a solitary island near South America and must learn to survive on his own. He saves a prisoner from being eaten by cannibals but will he make it back to civilization?
Jules Verne
page 16
JOURNEY TO THE CENTER OF THE EARTH
page 17
A mysterious parchment written in code leads a professor, his nephew, and a guide to climb down into an Icelandic volcano that leads to the center of the Earth where they find prehistoric animals and more.
Charles Dickens
page 26
DAVID COPPERFIELD
page 27
After David Copperfield¿s mother marries the cruel Mr. Murdstone, David¿s childhood troubles begin. Will David Copperfield endure beatings, boarding school, and grueling factory work to find his place in the world?
Emilio Salgari
page 34
SANDOKAN
page 35
The rebel pirate Sandokan, known as the Tiger of Malaysia, fights bravely against his British enemies to rescue his beloved Mariana.
Robert Louis Stevenson	44
TREASURE ISLAND	45
A boy accidentally comes into possession of a pirate¿s treasure map and sets sail on a ship to recover the gold, but everything is not what it seems. Who can be trusted? Who will live and who will die in this quest for legendary treasure? 
Oscar Wilde	54
THE CANTERBURY GHOST	55
Ignoring the warnings of friends, an American family buys a haunted English mansion. In this comic tale, a ghost seeks revenge when the family refuses to take him seriously.
Alexandre Dumas	62
THE COUNT OF MONTECRISTO	63
A young sailor¿s good fortune leads his jealous friends to accuse him of treason. He is condemned to a life of imprisonment, but when the sailor escapes from his island jail he seeks revenge on those who wronged him.
James Fenimore Cooper	72
THE LAST OF THE MOHICANS	73
During the war between the French and English in North America, a fort is under attack and two daughters of an English colonel must be led to safety. Will the women be captured? Can Magua, a Huron Indian, be trusted? What will happen to Uncas, the last of the Mohican tribe?
Mark Twain	80
TOM SAWYER	81
The adventures and misadventures of a spirited boy, Tom Sawyer, and his friend, Huckleberry Finn, who live in a small town on the Mississippi River.
Herman Melville	90
MOBY-DICK		91
The brooding Captain Ahab leads the crew of a whaling ship on a dangerous hunt to kill the great white whale who mutilated his leg and destroyed his life.
Sir Walter Scott	100
IVANHOE		101
In this medieval adventure, the noble Ivahoe fights for honor and the love of a young maiden at a time when the Saxons and the Normans warred for power in England.

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Children's stories.
Adventure stories.
Adventure and adventurers -- Fiction.
Short stories.