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Robert Louis Stevenson

  • 5 stars across 286 books

    Robert Louis Stevenson was born in 1850 in Edinburgh. In 1867 he entered Edinburgh University to study engineering but subsequently switched to law. Stevenson liked to travel and wrote many essays and short stories for magazines about these travels. Treasure Island was published in 1883 and was followed by Kidnapped and The Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde in 1886. In the late 1880s Stevenson moved with his family to Samoa and died there in 1894.

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    1st June 2010

    Treasure Island

    Stevenson's great tale of pirates and buried treasure. Classics Illustrated tells this wonderful tale in a colourful gra... More

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    15th November 2015

    Treasure Island

    One of the best-loved adventure stories ever written, Treas ure Island's timeless tale of pirates, lost treasure maps, m... More

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    12th September 2019

    My Shadow

    Robert Louis Stevenson's classic poem now vibrantly illustrated as a read-aloud picture book. I have a little... More

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    1st December 1999

    La Isla del Tesoro

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