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This classic tale, translated into Easy English by Dave Mckay and beautifully illustrated by his son, Kevin, allows those who are new to the English language a chance to enjoy the dangerous and exciting adventures of Robinson Crusoe, originally written by Daniel DeFoe in 1719.
Robinson Crusoe’s father said he should study
hard, learning to be happy with his life.
But Robinson disobeys his father and sails away.
He travels the world looking for an easy way to become
rich. He is on a ship that is destroyed in a storm; is
made a prisoner in another country; and faces wild animals in Africa.
All of this does little to change his thinking. But in
the end he finds himself alone on an island where wild
people kill and eat prisoners. He learns to feed, clothe,
and protect himself. But most of all, he learns the truth
of his father’s words.