Robinson Crusoe

Robinson Crusoe

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  • Author: Daniel Defoe
  • SKU/ISBN: 1-59194-068-0
  • Year: 2007
  • Page count: 260
  • Reading level: 6
  • Lexile Level: 920L
  • Availability: In stock


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Robinson Crusoe could have had a comfortable life in his native England.

But the call of the sea and his hunger for adventure were too strong.  As the sole survivor of a tragic shipwreck, he ends up a lonely castaway on a deserted island.  After years of praying for human company, his prayers are answered—by the arrival of a group of cannibals.  Crusoe’s story is the classic tale of a man coming to terms with nature and his own rebellious spirit.

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