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Museum Library

The museum's library contains graphic novels of classic books. It also features links outside the museum site to classic non-graphic books across the world wide web.

 

 

Graphic Novels

H.G. Wells' War of the Worlds - Return to the 19th century when Martians tried to take over the world in H. G. Well's most well-known book. Aleins have never seemed so scary as they did back then!

Or download War of the Worlds the graphic novel as an Adobe PDF file appropriate for printing.

 

 

Jules Verne's 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea - This graphic novel interpretation of Verne's most beloved book takes three adventurers on a world wide trip under the waves as passengers on the sinister Captain Nemo's submarine The Nautilus.

Or download 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea the graphic novel as an Adobe PDF file appropriate for printing.

 

Arthur Conan-Doyle's The Lost World - The tale of four explorers who stumble onto an isolated location in South America where dinosaurs still rule. Conan-Doyle's most well-known book adapted to the graphic novel format online.

Or download The Lost World graphic novel as an Adobe PDF file appropriate for printing.


Links to novels on-line (Note selecting these links will take you off the UnMuseum website)

The Lost World by Arthur Conan Doyle - Conan-Doyle's most well know book about early 20th century explores who find themselves trapped in a world filled with dinosaurs and other prehistoric dangers. From On-line Literature.com.

20,000 Leagues Under the Sea - Verne's most beloved book tell the story of three adventures who find themselves trapped on a world wide trip beneath the waves as passengers on the sinister Captain Nemo's submarine The Nautilus.

Mysterious Island - This Verne book serves as a sort of a sequel to 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea with a party of balloonists crashing on a a seemingly deserted island that hold s strange secret.

Around the World in Eighty Days - This book was the most popular of Jules Verne's novels during his own lifetime. A stuffy Englishman and his clever servant set off to see if it is really possible to travel around the world in eighty days in order to win a bizarre wager.

Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde - By Robert Louis Stevenson. The story of a scientist who experiments on himself and releases his horrible alter-ego.

Treasure Island - By Robert Louis Stevenson. A coming of age tale which young Jim Hawkin's finds himself caught up on a adventure looking for pirate treasure. The only problem is that the pirates are looking for it too.

The War of the Worlds - H.G. Wells famous novel the inspired Orsen Well's Halloween Night broadcast that scared the United States in 1938. A reporter finds himself witness to the end of the world as invaders from Mars devastate our globe.

The Time Machine - H.G. Wells novel about a scientist that finds the secret to controlling time and visits the future and the past.

The Invisible Man - By H.G. Wells. What would you do if you had the power of invisibility?

 

 

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