A classic story in Read Aloud format retold in easy to understand language with colourful and attractive illustrations. All the stories in this series are to bound to delight children and bring words to life.
As Gulliver goes as a ship's surgeon, he and a little group are sent to discover water on an island. Rather, they experience a place that is known for Giants. As the group escapes, Gulliver is deserted and caught. Gulliver's captor, a farmer, takes him to his home where Gulliver is dealt with sympathy, at the same time, curiously. The farmer takes Gulliver on visit over the wide open, showing him to spectators. In the end, the farmer sells Gulliver to the Queen. At court, Gulliver meets the King, and the two spend numerous sessions talking about the traditions and practices of Gulliver's nation.
One day, on the shoreline, as Gulliver takes a gander at the ocean from his crate he is grabbed up by an eagle and in the long run dropped into the ocean. A passing boat detects the drifting chest and salvages Gulliver, inevitably returning him to England and his family.