Suggested Reading

July, 2020

Each month 10 stories are selected for your reading pleasure.


The Weight of the Crown is a mystery and crime story about a dying King of Asturia and an attempt to try to stop Russia from taking over this country. Many pictures. (Read)
The Clicking of Cuthbert is a collection of short and humorous stories about golf. Some of the stories were made into films. No picture. (Read)
The Guests Of Hercules is a long story about a convent girl venturing into the gambling world of Monte Carlo only to win her ultimate prize -- love. Some colorful pictures. (Read)
The Copper-Clad World is a science fiction about an earth spaceship hijacked to a planet completely shielded in copper. Two pictures. (Read)
Bones in London is a collection of amusing stories of how Bones outwits criminals who try to swindle the fortune he inherited from his uncle. No picture. (Read)


Tommy Trot's Visit to Santa Claus is a children story with pictures about a little boy's adventure of visiting Santa Claus on Christmas Eve. Many pictures. (Read)
All About the Little Small Red Hen is a children story about how a little hen saves herself from the wicked old fox. Many interesting pictures. (Read)
The Troubles of Biddy is a story about a little girl's troubles in hatching chicken eggs. Many beautiful pictures. (Read)
The Old Man's Bag is a story for parents to discuss with their children the morality of stealing. Many interesting pictures. (Read)
More Dollies contains many stories about dolls for small children. Many beautiful pictures. (Read)


In 2010, I came across Project Gutenberg where you can find thousands of interesting stories to read free of charge. So, I decided to help by selecting some of the stories and formatting them for easy reading on mobile phones and tablets: one set of images for phones and one set for tablets.

On February 8, 2011, I published the first story Alice's Adventures in Wonderland by Lewis Carroll. Since then, I have created hundreds of stories.

The title image is courtesy of

Thank you for your visit.

K. C. Lee
Story Collector
Email: read at Coreile dot com