This Easy Reader Classic is simply retold and beautifully illustrated for today's generation, this classic tale Treasure Island is about young Jim Hawkins who goes off in search of a sea captain's buried treasure. Little does he know, the sea cook that is leading him and his friends is actually the infamous one-legged sea captain.
Buried treasure. Villainous pirates. A brave boy in danger. Robert Louis Stevenson's thrilling tale of adventure on the high seas will delight young readers! With map in hand, Jim Hawkins sets sail to find Treasure Island, where a fortune is hidden. But evil buccaneer Long John Silver will stop at nothing to get that gold first…
Previously published as individual chapter books and now gathered into a single volume for the first time!
Born in Scotland in 1850, Robert Louis Stevenson studied both engineering and law before embarking on a career as a writer. His most popular works include Treasure Island, Kidnapped, Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde, and A Child's Garden of Verses, and he also wrote numerous travel essays from his voyages around the world, particularly the South Pacific.
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