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A Journey to the Center of the Earth (Abridged)

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Harry watches in terror as the giant prehistoric monsters come closer and closer... In an incredible world hundreds of miles beneath the earth's surface, three daring explorers risk their lives!

Unforgettable adventure that thrilled you in the movie, Journey to the Center of the Earth, that you saw on Television.

This is an abridged and edited version of the classic tale.
Mass Market Paperback, 288 pages
Published 1972 by Scholastic
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Anh Cat
10. As you read today, what surprised you? Explain how this will affect the story or how it changed your thinking about the story?
Today, for me I do not believe that there are any living things under the layer of the earth or even in my mind I cannot imagine anything. So as the first time see the title “Journey to the center of the Earth” by Jules Verne, I think that I must read this book even though it is just a fiction not reality. There many interesting and vivid things about this story. They
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Cora Farris
Verne’s purpose in writing this book was likely to enrich minds, seeing as it is fiction. It also could have been intended to raise awareness for the scientific community. The theme of this book was “do not let fear stand in the way of success.” Professor Hardwigg is often seen putting his nephew’s safety concerns to the side in the interest of furthering their exploration. This was done, quite effectively, in a narrative style. The story is told as though the narrator, Harry, is looking back on ...more
Birsilah Bakar
It was a slow read for me though it was the most intriguing journey. I want Hans to narrate instead of Harry. Also, I was hoping that they really went into the core of the Earth or came out from the South Pole. All they ever did was made me think about Iceland more and the fact that dinosaurs could survive below our dirt.
Erin
Intriguing story.
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Jules Gabriel Verne was a French author who pioneered the genre of science-fiction. He is best known for his novels "Journey to the Center of the Earth" (1864), "Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea" (1870), and "Around the World in Eighty Days" (1873).

Verne wrote about space, air, and underwater travel before navigable aircraft and practical submarines were invented, and before any means of spa
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Around the World in Eighty Days Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea (Extraordinary Voyages, #6) Journey to the Center of the Earth (Extraordinary Voyages, #3) The Mysterious Island  From the Earth to the Moon (Extraordinary Voyages, #4)

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