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  • A Tale of Two Cities
    A Tale of Two Cities
    Canon Classics London and Paris of the late 1700s are twin cities -- but a dark storm is rising to tear Paris apart over the blood of her people. On the one side there is cold, aristocratic blood, responsible for centuries...

  • Adventures of Huckleberry Finn
    Adventures of Huckleberry Finn
    Canon Classics Check out the new Worldview Guide to help understand, critique, or teach this classic as a Christian.   Adventures of Huckleberry Finn tells of Huck Finn's unlikely comradery with a slave...

  • Boys of Blur
    Boys of Blur
    When Charlie moves to the small town of Taper, Florida, he discovers a different world. Pinned between the everglades and the swampy banks of Lake Okeechobee, the small town produces sugar cane. . . and the fastest runners...

  • Brit Lit: Volumes 1-10 (includes Poetry Workbook)
    Brit Lit: Volumes 1-10 (includes Poetry Workbook)
    $169.00 $84.50
    Now introducing the one & only Brit Lit for classical schools!  This British Literature series covering classic English authors from Beowulf to P. G. Wodehouse is unique: Each volume of Logos...

  • Dracula
    Canon Classics When the gorgeous Lucy Westenra mysteriously sickens, it’s up to Jonathan Harker and her other friends to figure out what’s preventing her recovery. Unfortunately, they take too long to realize...

  • Empire of Bones
    Empire of Bones
    Ashtown Burials #3 By N.D. Wilson   Cyrus and Antigone Smith have thwarted Dr. Phoenix’s plans—for the moment. They’ve uncovered a new threat from the transmortals and managed to escape with their...

  • Frankenstein
    Dr. Frankenstein appears to embody the best of scientific knowledge. What could be more impressive than mastering chemistry and galvanism? But his fanatical experimentation exhibits the worst of human nature as well: pursuit...

  • Hamlet
    Canon Classics Hamlet discovers that his father was murdered by his uncle Claudius -- who is now on his father's throne and his father's bed. When he is charged with vengeance by his father's ghost, Hamlet coldly plans the...

  • Huckleberry Finn Worldview Guide
    Huckleberry Finn Worldview Guide
    The Canon Classics Worldview Guides provide an aesthetic and thematic Christian perspective on the most definitive and daunting works of Western Literature. The Worldview Guides focus on the big picture (both the...

  • Kill the Dragon Get the Girl
    Kill the Dragon Get the Girl
    In partnership with Canon Press (the parent company of Logos Press), Kirk Cameron presents... Kill the Dragon, Get the Girl Lacy is the sole survivor of a freak accident that took eleven of her friends and the use...

  • Leepike Ridge
    Leepike Ridge
    Eleven-year-old Thomas Hammond has always lived next to Leepike Ridge. He never imagined he might end up lost beneath it!But that’s exactly what happens the night Tom’s schoolteacher comes to dinner and asks...

  • Macbeth
    Canon Classics Check out the new Worldview Guide to help understand, critique, or teach this classic as a Christian.   When a trio of witches promise Macbeth the crown of Scotland, the nobleman and his wife fulfill...

  • Macbeth Worldview Guide
    Macbeth Worldview Guide
    Worldview Guide for Shakespeare's Macbeth    Get this worldview guide for FREE with any order of the Canon Classics edition of Macbeth by William Shakespeare...

  • Moby-Dick
    Canon Classics Ishmael has always been a wanderer, but as soon as he meets the mysterious harpooner Queequeg, he is drawn aboard the Pequod and under the sway of the one-legged Captain Ahab. Ahab killed a whale...

  • Much Ado About Nothing
    Much Ado About Nothing
    Canon Classics As is usual for princes, Don Pedro’s courtiers are conniving schemers. But in this case, they're not conniving maliciously -- the only one who wishes him ill is his bastard brother. The others are just...

  • Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass
    Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass
    Canon Classics  Frederick Douglass is born a slave (perhaps the bastard son of his owner), separated from his mother at a young age, and raised in ignorance for a horizon-less life of servitude. In his own words,...

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