IL: UG - BL: 8.1 - AR Pts: 27
The complete and unabridged story of Emma Bovary, the bored wife of a provincial doctor, whose desires and illusions are shattered when reality catches up with her.
First published in 1898, "Wild Animals I Have Known" is the work of naturalist Ernest Thompson Seton, which is recognized as one the first entries into the genre of realistic wild-animal fiction. To this day Ernest Thompson Seton is probably best remembered as being one of the founding members of the Scouting movement in America. Influenced by Lord Robert Baden-Powell, who founded a scouting movement in the United Kingdom, Seton would start a youth...