Often Overlooked Classics
A classic is a book with staying power. Even though it may still be in print, some classics are often overlooked. This is a list of often overlooked classics.
The Limberlost Forest holds treasures as well as old family secrets for a young girl living there.
On the Nebraska frontier, Abbie struggles to raise her children to pursue the ambitions that were once her own.
Francie Nolan, avid reader and observer of human nature, has much to ponder in turn-of-the-century Brooklyn.
When a spoiled boy is rescued from drowning, the crew of a fishing schooner makes him work for his keep.
Orphaned at nineteen, Flora moves in with her country relatives and attempts to bring order to their lives.
A precocious orphan is given the opportunity to attend college, thanks to an anonymous benefactor.
An independent woman has her choice among three very different suitors, and her decision will affect her life forever.
Swift proves to be a master of satire as well as imagination in this story of a ship surgeon's travels through fantastical lands.
Cassandra, a budding author, tries to capture on paper the lives of her eccentric family.
When a young city girl falls in love with a Canadian Mountie, her life turns from lackluster to adventurous.
Young Nicholas finds adventure and new friends as he struggles through a succession of jobs to support his family.
A woman who was persuaded to decline marriage to the man she loved encounters him again years later.
When Bertie Wooster accidentally becomes engaged to his best friend's girl, his butler, Jeeves, must come to the rescue.
Major Lloyd Gruver is stationed in Japan and is in love with a general's daughter--until he meets Hana-ogi.
When Valancy learns she has a terminal illness, she decides to shock her relatives and change her life.
Edmond Nantes plots revenge against his enemies who betrayed him and left him to rot in prison.
A writer seeks the quiet of a small town but instead becomes drawn into the stories of its inhabitants.
When you meet the Pooter family, you may change your opinion that Victorian life was dull.
Maggie, a young girl of great character and strength, struggles to maintain her independence despite her domineering family.