The Adventures of Tom Sawyer by Mark Twain. 0.00
Mark Twain's story of a boy's life in a small town on the Mississippi River is a delightful read. It's just plain fun being full of many amusing adventures, such as the famous white-washing incident. The children's imaginations are fully engaged in a world without movies, radio, or recorded music. There is also a dark side to this world, as exemplified by the murderer Injun Joe and the many superstitions of the children.