Ungava Bob

Equal parts illuminating and terrifying, 'Ungava Bob' is based on the real-life story of the first fur trading post in Ungava Bay. The novel follows a group of European explorers...

The Giant Of The North

First published in 1882 ‘The Giant of the North’ is an imaginative children’s adventure tale from prolific Scottish author R.M. Ballantyne. Captain Vane, along with his son...

The Coral Island

An enduringly popular classic of children’s fiction, The Coral Island tells the story of three boys stranded on a seemingly idyllic desert island. Thoughtful Ralph, clever,...

The Island Queen

When their ship is destroyed at sea, the Rigonda siblings soon find themselves stranded on a deserted coral island. They attack their new lives with gusto and learn essential...

The Garret And The Garden

First published in 1890, ‘The Garret and the Garden’ is an adventure story set in the criminal underworld of London by prolific author R.M. Ballantyne. Young Scot David...

The Young Fur Traders

The Red River Settlement is home to many Indians, French-Canadians, and Scotsmen. Charlie Kennedy lives at Red River with his ex fur-trader father. In an attempt to convince...

The Golden Dream

Gold fever is sweeping America, and young Englishman Ned Sinton is keen to reach America, join the gold rush, and seek his fortune. Ned faces plenty of obstacles along the way,...

The Fugitives

Set in Madagascar during the reign of Queen Ranavalona I, ‘The Fugitives’ is an adventure novel by prolific author R.M. Ballantyne which is steeped in history. An unlikely...

The Walrus Hunters

When Cheenbuk met an Indian, all that prevented a fight between the two of them was Cheenbuk's limited knowledge of the Indian language. However, when their respective tribes got...