By Jules Verne
Jules Verne supplies us the vintage story of undersea experience aboard the Nautilus. while a sea monster starts off attacking ships, the realm unites to discover and spoil the unknown creature. Monsieur Aronnax joins the struggle and is tossed from his boat to discover himself aboard an grand vessel. Aronnax's underwater adventures strolling at the ocean ground, pearl diving, and exploring with Captain Nemo has been tailored for younger readers within the Calico Illustrated Classics model of Verne's 20,000 Leagues less than the ocean.
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58 “Stop it,” Conseil commanded. ” “We don’t even know if there’s game in these forests,” I said. ” When we reached the island, I joined in the excitement at being on dry land again. We strode across the beach and entered the wooded area immediately. Land found a coconut tree and knocked several down. We drank the milk and ate the fruit with delight. “We should take some of these back to the Nautilus,” Land said and so we gathered a supply. Then we continued our exploration. We were able to add breadfruit to our supplies.
We looked up Crespo Island on the maps and found it about 1,800 miles from the point we had joined the 45 Nautilus. The island was tiny, but I still looked forward to the opportunity to leave the ship. Nemo met us early the next morning in the big lounge. I asked him why we were having an excursion on an island, considering his feelings about dry land. “The forests we shall visit are not on land, but underwater,” he said. ” I asked. “We will take our oxygen with us,” he said. “I will show you, but eat hearty as there will not be another meal until evening.
Alone in the lounge, I traced an idle ﬁnger over the maps and charts laid out on a table before me. Land and Conseil appeared at the door, gaping at the luxurious room. “This is like the museum in Quebec,” Land murmured. “More like the Sommerand Palace,” Conseil said. ” 42 “This astonishes even a Belgian like myself,” Conseil said. “Look around,” I said. ” Conseil soon stood peering into cases, mumbling the classes, families, and species found inside them. Land paid no attention to the cases but sat to quiz me on Nemo.
20,000 Leagues Under the Sea by Jules Verne