Classic (fiction), Trade Book, Lexile 950
Clever and cheeky Tom Sawyer gives his poor Aunt Polly and other grown-ups plenty of grief. He hates school, church, and bathing, and manages to get himself into all sorts of harmless trouble-until the day he and his ragtag friend Huck Finn witness a murder and learn of some buried treasure, all due to the menacing and murderous Injun Joe. While Tom lives a somewhat carefree, wild existence, caring little about the consequences of his actions, his harrowing experiences with Injun Joe mature him, and he begins to act a little more civilized and considerate of others.
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The Adventures of Tom Sawyer
By Mark Twain
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