Since the death of their parents, Tom Sawyer and his academic brother Sid have been raised by their aunt Polly in a small village called Saint Petersburg. Tom is a disobedient boy; he gives his aunt a hard time, ditches school to go fishing in the Mississippi River, climbs trees, and plays pirate games with his friend Huck. Although Tom usually does not attend school, he is quite popular among the pupils; even Tom’s crush, the pretty Becky, grows fond of him. Without a care in the world, Tom leads his friends into adventures; from catching boars or solving murders, there’s never a dull day for the intrepid Tom!
After their father left to be a doctor in the Civil War, the sisters Jo, Meg, Beth and Amy were left alone with their mother; and when their town, the factory and their house were destroyed in a battle, the family was left penniless. With nowhere else to go, the girls and their mother travel to Newcord in order to live with a relative; and it is there that they begin their new lives. Though there are hardships to overcome, these little women do whatever it takes to remain a loving family and keep hope that the war will end, and their father will return home.
First of, both are based off of clasic books written in the late 1800's. They give off a slightly boring, simple air. However, if youre getting tired of those obvious fast moving plots and want something closer to home, have a go at these.
It is the early 17th century in France. Dogtanian is a simpleton countryside dog that aspires to join the ranks of the Royal Musketeers – the personal guard of King of France Louis XIII and his Queen, Anne of Austria. Thirsty for adventures, he never looks back to an opportunity to save the day or his beloved Julliet. Together with his friends Sandy the horse; Planchet the servant; and the three muskehounds Athos, Porthos and Aramis; Dogtanian will fight Cardinal Richelieu's evil plots to seize the power of France. However, his goal won’t be easy, as Cardinal Richelieu has powerful allies that will do anything to defeat the noble musketeers including the Treacherous Milady, the ever-fleeting Count Rochefort and the clumsy Captain Widdemer.