All Titles from Mark Twain

The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn

One of the most enduring American novels of all time, The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn follows the adventures of Huck Finn and a runaway slave named Jim as they travel down the Mississippi river on a raft--all in order to help Jim win his freedom from slavery. Told in Twain's unique style, Huck Finn's story is one of the greatest tales of love, respect, and human decency, told through the eyes of an unlearned, but big-hearted, boy.

Readers, please note: This story contains language that many consider to be offensive. Open Book Audio has opted to remain faithful to Twain's original story and keep this language intact.

The Adventures of Tom Sawyer

Mark Twain's engaging novel about Tom Sawyer, a young, mischievous boy with a nose for trouble and a heart of gold. One of the most enduring American novels, The Adventures of Tom Sawyer is a jaunty, free-wheeling story that exemplifies the life of a young boy on the frontier in the mid 1800s.
A Note from Open Book Audio: The Adventures of Tom Sawyer contains racially charged language that can be considered to be offensive. However, in the interest of literary authenticity, Open Book Audio has opted to leave this language intact. OBA does not believe or endorse this language or the opinions behind it.

Tom Sawyer Abroad by Mark Twain

Not satisifed simply reliving his adventures down the river with Huck and Jim, Tom Sawyer finds himself thirsting once again for adventure and excitement. So, when Tom, Huck, and Jim find themselves unwitting passengers aboard a hot-air balloon set to circumnavigate the world, Tom takes the opportunity to bask in the excitement of unplanned world travel. Throughout their travels across the ocean, through the deserts of Africa, and even a visit to the Sphinx, Tom, Huck, and Jim experience the wider world through the colorful lenses of Mark Twain's most enduring characters.

This lesser-known third novella of Twain's Tom and Huck Series is a delightful, if unusual, addition to the cannon. Told in Twain's inimitable style, Tom Sawyer Abroad picks up where The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn left off, and takes you in an entirely different direction.

Tom Sawyer, Detective by Mark Twain

Tom Sawyer and Huck Finn are saved from a crippling bout of spring fever when Aunt Sally writes and asks them to come to visit the family in Arkansas. As they set out on the steamboat downriver, though, Tom and Huck find themselves in yet another whirlwind adventure tracking down criminals and stolen diamonds, all to save the life of their beloved Uncle Silas.

The final Tom and Huck novella that Mark Twain completed before his death, Tom Sawyer, Detective is a fast-paced mystery, full of the wry humor and wit for which Twain is noted.