Literature

  • For learners of all ages:
    • 882 Small Kids best of all times literature e-Books
    • 993 Children best of all times literature e-Books
    • 10,823 Young Adult best of all times literature e-Books
  • 23,000 Audio Books in MP3 format
  • 96% e-Books can be read out loud by your computer!
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Literature

Students of all ages obtain unlimited access to the world's largest collection of multi-cultural best-of -all-times classics of literature. In total over 12,000 e-Books in PDF format and over 23,000 Audio Books in MP3 format suitable for visual, auditive, verbal and kinesthetics learners may be downloaded without restrictions.

 

In our collection you will find many of the classic works by the greatest authors of history, from the early Greek philosophers and story tellers, such as Plato, Aristotle, and Homer to the great playwrights, such as Christopher Marlowe and William Shakespeare, as well as British romantic poets, like William Wordsworth, John Keats, Lord Byron, and Percy Shelley, plus American writers up to 1923, such as Nathaniel Hawthorn, Herman Melville, Edgar Allen Poe, Jack London. Classic Literature Collection is for users of all ages, classic adventure/ghost stories such as Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley’s Frankenstein, Henry James’ Turn of the Screw, Washington Irving’s The Legend of Sleepy Hollow, Louis Stevenson’s Treasure Island, Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde, Frank Baum’s The Wonderful Wizard of Oz and The Magic of Oz.

 

Quality multi-cultural literature plays a critical role in helping children and teens to develop solid understanding of cultures (its values, beliefs, ways of life, and patterns of thinking) In addition, exposure to quality multicultural literature also helps children appreciate the idiosyncrasies of other ethnic groups, eliminate cultural ethnocentrism, and develop multiple perspectives. From reading, hearing, and using culturally diverse materials, young people learn that beneath surface differences of color, culture or ethnicity, all people experience universal feelings of love, sadness, self-worth, justice and kindness. From reading stories about their own culture, children have opportunities to see how others go through experiences similar to theirs, develop strategies to cope with issues in their life, and identify themselves with their inherited culture.