New arrivals added to our Large Print Collection in the last 7 days

View all on one page


Sign up for new large print books emails

Winesburg, Ohio by Anderson, Sherwood
Date added:
May 16, 2024
Winesburg, Ohio

Walden - or, life in the woods

A record of an experiment in simple living, bare of creature comforts, but rich in contemplation.

This side of paradise

The exciting story of the excellent youth of a young man named Amory Blain.

Tess of the d'Urbervilles - a pure woman faithfully presented

The life of a simple country girl in nineteenth-century England is destroyed by her father's determination to use her in order to regain the family's former social standing.

The tenant of Wildfell Hall

A nineteenth-century novel of the unhappy marriage between Helen Graham and her drunken husband realistically portrays the evils of alcoholism and its devastating impact.

Sister Carrie

This novel about the effects of America's repressive moral climate was controversial in its day, and its availability to the public was delayed 12 years because of the "immorality" in Dreiser's sordid, realistic portrayal of the downfall of an innocent young woman who leaves her country town for the big city.

The scarlet letter

Classic tale about Hester Prynne, her lover, their child, and Hester's husband, and the effect of sin on the mind and spirit of these characters.

The rustlers of Pecos County

Into Texas rode Ranger Vaughn Steel, hungering for revenge, thirsting for justice, and determined to wipe out the rustlers of Pecos County.

Tales of the jazz age

A collection by F. Scott Fitzgerald of eleven of his magazine stories. Divided into three separate parts, it includes one of his best-known short stories, "The Curious Case of Benjamin Button" as well as the novella, "The Diamond as Big as the Ritz." Unlike most story collections, this one includes the author's own commentary on each story, by way of an introduction.

Pride and prejudice by Bronte, Anne
Date added:
May 16, 2024
Pride and prejudice

Hard Times

Author uses his story to attack Utilitarianism, the belief that a rational, unsentimental society based on statistics would provide the greatest happiness for the greatest number of people.

Far from the madding crowd

The tale of a passionate, independent woman and her three suitors, Far from the Madding Crowd tells the story of Bathsheba Everdene and her relationships with the devoted Gabriel Oak, the dashing Sergeant Troy, and the reclusive gentleman farmer, Mr. Boldwood. Through her wayward nature and a winding path of events propelled by Thomas Hardy's recurring feminist themes, Bathsheba is led to tragedy and, finally, true love. Written in 1874, Far from the Madding Crowd was Hardy's first masterpiece.

Eugénie Grandet

Eugenie Grandet is the spare, classical story of a girl whose life is blighted by her father's hysterical greed and his most magnificent tale of early nineteenth-century French provincial life.

Desert gold by Grey, Zane, 1872-1939.
Date added:
May 16, 2024
Desert gold

Courage in the storm

"Since witnessing the murder of her beloved parents, Miriam Hochstedler suffers from paralyzing anxiety and a deep-seated fear of the Englisch. Unwilling to venture beyond her family's Tennessee farm, she forms a close bond with a badly injured gelding. Like Miriam herself, the traumatized animal seems unlikely to recover - until skilled horse whisperer Reuben Brenneman arrives. A survivor of an abusive childhood, Reuben understands fear better than most. He'll do whatever it takes to help a ter

A country doctor

Inspired by the author's own father, a doctor in Maine's rural countryside, the story describes Nan Prince, who finds herself the ward of a kindly widowed doctor, Dr. John Leslie. Leslie takes her along on his patient visits and inspires in her a strong interest in medicine and the desire to become a doctor herself.