Paul du Chaillu’s “Stories of the Gorilla Country” series tell the humorous and hair-raising story of the earliest American explorer of equatorial Africa. It has all of the attractions of a good Tarzan style adventure story, combined with the reflective philosophy of Robinson Crusoe. It differs from both of these however, in that it is the true account of the first American explorer to live among the interior African tribes of Equatorial Africa for an extended period of time. . .
Monthly Archive: December 2011
The Faerie Queen is one of the best known epic poems in the English language. Written during the reign of Queen Elizabeth, it is allegorical in nature, but from a child’s point of view is merely an exceptionally romantic collection of fairy stories and a very appropriate choice for a simplified adaptation. Queen Elizabeth is …
After months of careful work, we are proud to announce the release of the Modern Europe Classical Library! The Library includes over forty books and covers France and the Netherlands, England, Spain and Portugal, and Germany. You can purchase it on our website at heritage-history.com…and please, let us know what you think!