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Treasure Island

By Robert Louis Stevenson

About This Book

Jim Hawkins comes into possession of a treasure map that describes a cache of buried pirate gold. He goes after it — with the help of his friends. It will make them rich, unless the other pirates get there first!

About Robert Louis Stevenson

(1850-1894) Despite the fact that the Scottish novelist, poet, and essayist suffered from acutely poor health all his life, he traveled widely, going to America in 1879 and lived there for a year while he wooed and married his American wife. They journeyed across Europe and, after being diagnosed with tuberculosis, to the south seas where they lived until his death at the age of forty-four.

In addition to numerous essays, travel stories, and novels -- including the still-familiar "Treasure Island," "The Black Arrow," "Kidnapped," "The Master of Ballantrae," and "Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde," he also wrote the beautiful and evocative poems collected as "A Child's Garden of Verses."


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