“Tom Sawyer,” by the famous American writer Mark Twain, is a well-known work. This book describes the adventures of a boy named Tom Sawyer who has lost his mother and father and lives with his strict and elderly aunt. His close friend, Huckleberry Finn, is a poor and vagabond boy whom no one in the village except Tom likes. Tom, along with Huck and a couple of other friends, always seeks out strange and unusual adventures. Don’t miss reading this beautiful 64-page novel.
Tom Sawyer, a mischievous boy in St. Petersburg, Missouri, is tasked with whitewashing a fence as punishment. Cleverly, he convinces friends to do the work for small treasures. Tom falls for Becky Thatcher but complicates matters by pretending to be engaged to her. Witnessing a murder by Injun Joe, Tom and friend Huck swear secrecy.
Tom, Huck, and Joe Harper run away to be pirates on an island, causing the town to search for them. They return, pretending to be dead, receiving admiration. Tom gains Becky’s favor at school but faces guilt when testifying against Injun Joe in Muff Potter’s trial. Injun Joe escapes, and Tom, Huck, and Becky search for treasure in a haunted house.
Injun Joe and a partner discover gold, leading Tom and Huck to plan its theft. Huck overhears plans to attack Widow Douglas and prevents it, becoming a hero. Tom and Becky get lost in a cave, and Tom finds Injun Joe using it as a hideout. Eventually escaping, Tom discovers Injun Joe starved to death. A week later, Tom and Huck find the stolen gold, invested for them. Widow Douglas adopts Huck, promising him a place in Tom’s robber band if he returns. Reluctantly, Huck agrees.
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