The Adventures of Tom Sawyer
"He was not the Model Boy of the village. He knew the model boy very well though--and loathed him."
In his 1876 semi-autobiographical account of life in a small Missouri town, Mark Twain assembled a cast of characters so memorable that they became imprinted on American culture for all time. In this edition, Mark Twain's classic American story about a boy with a nose for mischief and a knack for avoiding any sort of work is here presented in vibrant detail with new illustrations by C. F. Payne.
- 296 pages