We take a final look at our current library of classic illustrated novels. Check the Stela app often as we are always adding new titles.
The Three Mulla-mulgars
By Walter de la Mare, illustrated by Dorothy P. Lathrop
After receiving a magical amulet from their mother, the queen, the monkey princes Thimble, Thumble, and Nod set out in search of their father in this tale of adventure. Join the brothers in this forgotten classic as they journey through a fantastical imagining of the jungles of Africa to save their lost king.
By Robert Louis Stevenson, illustrated by Yumiki Hong
Set off on the high seas in this epic tale of buccaneers and buried gold. When young Jim Hawkins meets the paranoid pirate Billy Bones, he learns of the secret buried treasure of Captain Flint, and the mysterious one-legged man who means to find it. Upon Bones’ death, Jim finds a map to the fabled treasure and sets out on an adventure to find the treasure himself. But when he comes upon the seemingly pleasant cook Long John Silver — who himself has only one leg — Jim finds himself in the middle of a much darker tale than he realized.
The Water Babies
By Charles Kingsley, illustrated by Jesse Wilcox Smith and Edward Linley Sambourne
When Tom, a young chimney sweep who has known nothing but brutality and poverty, falls into a river and drowns, he is transformed from a twelve-year-old boy into a water-baby. In an underwater world inhabited by fairies, insects, and water nymphs, he soon discovers a new life of adventure and excitement.
Wind in the Willows
By Kenneth Grahame
It’s time to return to the riverbank with one of the most beloved children’s novels of all time! Join the sweet Mole, the carefree Rat, the fierce Mr. Badger, and the wild Mr. Toad on their adventures through the forest one spring. From camping and rowing trips to prison breaks and tense battles, this iconic story has something to delight children of any age.
Wonderful Wizard of Oz
By Frank L. Baum, illustrated by Stela
Join Dorothy on the Yellow Brick Road as she and her companions, the Scarecrow, the Tin Man, and the Cowardly Lion, as they seek out the Great and Powerful Oz to grant them their deepest desires. It won’t be as easy as they think.
The Yellow Wallpaper
By Charlotte Perkins Gilman, illustrated by Jojo Zhou
A woman is locked away in an attic by her husband so she can recuperate from a “slight hysterical tendency”. Over time she comes to believe that there are other women trapped in the yellow wallpaper all around her. Only she has the power to free them. Or she has gone mad.
Our library of classics is constantly growing. See the Stela app for all our updates.