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World's Best Reading is a series of classic books published by Readers Digest beginning in 1982. The series is distributed as a mail order membership club. In addition some individual volumes are available for sale directly through the Readers Digest website. The series began with single annual volumes in 1982 and 1983, then expanded to bi-monthly editions for years 1984-1995, and is published approximately every six weeks. The series is still in print. Many of the editions are ornately illustrated and included specially commissioned artwork. Each volume includes a small paper pamphlet with a biography of the author.


No. Title Author Date ISBN Notes
001 The Red Badge of Courage Stephen Crane 1982 ISBN 0-89577-155-1 [1] 1982/1983/1984 (US) 2000(UK)[2]
002 Wuthering Heights Emily Brontë 1983 ISBN 0-89577-159-4 [1] 1982/1985(US) 1982/1985(AUS) 1990(UK) 2010(US/UK)[2]
003 The Last of the Mohicans James Fenimore Cooper 1984 ISBN 0-89577-199-3 [1] 1984(US) 1994/2002(UK) 1995(AUS)[2]
004 Jane Eyre Charlotte Brontë 1984 ISBN 0-89577-200-0 [1] 1984/1998(US) 1991/2001(UK) 1998/2000(AUS)[2]
005 Pride and Prejudice Jane Austen 1984 ISBN 0-89577-198-5 [1] 1984/1986(US) 1991(UK) 1998 (AUS)[2]
006 A Tale of Two Cities Charles Dickens 1984 ISBN 0-89577-179-9 [1] 1984/1993/2011(US) 1993/1994/2001/2003/2012(UK) 1985/1999/2001(AUS)[2]
007 A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court Mark Twain 1984 ISBN 0-89577-185-3 [1] 1984(US)[2]
008 The Scarlet Letter Nathaniel Hawthorne 1984 ISBN 0-89577-184-5 [1] 1984/1990/2011(US) 1990(AUS) 1990 (CAN) 2012 (UK)[2]
009 Tess of the D'Urbervilles Thomas Hardy 1985 ISBN 0-89577-215-9 [1] 1985(US) 1991/2002(UK) 2002(AUS)[2]
010 The House of the Seven Gables Nathaniel Hawthorne 1985 ISBN 0-89577-219-1 [1] 1985(US) 1996(UK)[2]
011 Little Women Louisa May Alcott 1985 ISBN 0-89577-209-4 [1] 1985(US) 1992/2000 (UK) 1995/2000(AUS) [2]
012 The Adventures of Tom Sawyer Mark Twain 1985 ISBN 0-89577-217-5 [1] 1980/1985/1986/1990 (US) 1992/2003 (UK)[2]
013 Great Expectations Charles Dickens 1985 ISBN 0-89577-205-1 [1] 1985(US) 1990/1994/2002(UK) 1991/2000(AUS)[2]
014 The Call of the Wild and White Fang Jack London 1985 ISBN 0-89577-211-6 [1] 1985 (US) 1991/2001 (UK) 2001(AUS)[2]
015 Kidnapped Robert Louis Stevenson 1986 ISBN 0-89577-232-9 [1] 1986/1991(US) 1990(UK) 2001(AUS)[2]
016 The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn Mark Twain 1986 ISBN 0-89577-252-3 [1] 1986(US) 1991(UK) 2011 (US/UK)[2]
017 Tales of Suspense Edgar Allan Poe 1986 ISBN 0-89577-225-6 [1] 1986(US) 1992/2001(UK) [2]
018 Study in Scarlet and The Hound of the Baskervilles Sir Arthur Conan Doyle 1986 ISBN 0-89577-254-X [1] 1986(US) 1990/1991(UK) 1998(AUS)[2]
019 Silas Marner George Eliot 1986 ISBN 0-89577-248-5 [1] 1986(US) 1993/2003(UK) 2001(AUS)[2]
020 David Copperfield Charles Dickens 1986 ISBN 0-89577-223-X [1] 1986(US) 1996(UK) 1986(AUS)[2]
021 The Legend of Sleepy Hollow and Other Tales Washington Irving 1987 ISBN 0-89577-255-8 [1] 1987 (US)[2]
022 The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes Sir Arthur Conan Doyle 1987 ISBN 0-89577-277-9 [1] 1987(US) 1992/2001 (UK) 2001 (AUS)[2]
023 For the Term of His Natural Life Marcus Clarke 1987 ISBN 0-86438-048-8 1987(AUS)[2]
024 The Gift of the Magi and Other Stories O. Henry 1987 ISBN 0-89577-266-3 [1] 1987(US) 1993(UK)[2]
025 Oliver Twist Charles Dickens 1987 ISBN 0-89577-258-2 [1] 1987(US) 1992(UK) 1998/2002(AUS)[2]
026 Life on the Mississippi Mark Twain 1987 ISBN 0-89577-275-2 [1] 1987(US)[2]
027 Treasure Island Robert Louis Stevenson 1987 ISBN 0-89577-262-0 [1] 1987(US) 1987/1992(UK) 1998(AUS)[2]
028 The Old Curiosity Shop Charles Dickens 1988 ISBN 0-89577-292-2 [1] 1988(US) 1988(AUS) 1997(UK)[2]
029 The Memoirs of Sherlock Holmes Sir Arthur Conan Doyle 1988 ISBN 0-89577-320-1 [1] 1988(US)[2]
030 Around the World in 80 Days Jules Verne 1988 ISBN 0-89577-294-9 [1] 1988/1992(US) 1990/2001(UK)[2]
031 A Christmas Carol and Other Stories Charles Dickens 1988 ISBN 0-89577-315-5 [1] 1988(US) 1994(UK) 2001(AUS)[2]
032 The Prince and the Pauper Mark Twain 1988 ISBN 0-89577-295-7 [1] 1988(US) 1999(UK)[2]
033 The Virginian Owen Wister 1988 ISBN 0-89577-305-8 [1] 1988(US)[2]
034 A Passage to India E.M. Forster 1989 ISBN 0-89577-334-1 [1] 1989(US) 1989(AUS) 1998(UK)[2]
035 The Sea-Wolf Jack London 1989 ISBN 0-89577-338-4 [1] 1989(US) 1993(UK)[2]
036 The Song of Hiawatha and Other Poems Henry Wadsworth Longfellow 1989 ISBN 0-89577-337-6 [1] 1989(US)[2]
037 Twice-Told Tales Nathaniel Hawthorne 1989 ISBN 0-89577-332-5 [1] 1989(US) 2000/2004(UK)[2]
038 A Tree Grows in Brooklyn Betty Smith 1989 ISBN 0-89577-328-7 [1] 1989(US) 1999(UK)[2]
039 Moby Dick Herman Melville 1989 ISBN 0-89577-322-8 [1] 1989(US) 1996(UK)[2]
040 Kim Rudyard Kipling 1990 ISBN 0-89577-343-0 [1] 1988/1990(US) 1994(UK)[2]
041 Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea Jules Verne 1990 ISBN 0-89577-347-3 [1] 1990(US) 1993(UK) 1990(AUS)[2]
042 On Our Selection and Our New Selection Steele Rudd 1990 ISBN 0-86438-134-4 1990(AUS)[2]
043 Lost Horizon James Hilton 1990 ISBN 0-89577-361-9 [1] 1990(US)[2]
044 The Innocents Abroad Mark Twain 1990 ISBN 0-89577-339-2 [1] 1990(US) 1991(CAN)[2]
045 O Pioneers! Willa Cather 1990 ISBN 0-89577-354-6 [1] 1990(US)[2]
046 Doctor Zhivago Boris Leonidovich Pasternak 1990 ISBN 0-89577-342-2 [1] 1990(US) 1998(UK)[2]
047 Tales from the Arabian Nights 1991 ISBN 0-89577-374-0 [1] 1991(US)[2]
048 The Grapes of Wrath John Steinbeck 1991 ISBN 0-89577-387-2 [1] 1991(US) 1994(UK) 1992(AUS)[2]
049 Uncle Tom's Cabin Harriet Beecher Stowe 1991 ISBN 0-89577-367-8 [1] 1991(US) 1995(UK)[2]
050 The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde Robert Louis Stevenson 1991 ISBN 0-89577-384-8 [1] 1991(US) 1997(UK)[2]
051 The Return of Sherlock Holmes Sir Arthur Conan Doyle 1991 ISBN 0-89577-401-1 [1] 1991(US) 1992(AUS) 1995/1996/2001 (UK)[2]
052 The Adventures of Robin Hood Paul Creswick 1991 ISBN 0-89577-390-2 [1] 1991 (US) 1992 (AUS)[2]
053 A Journey to the Center of the Earth Jules Verne 1992 ISBN 0-89577-402-X [1] 1990(CAN) 1992(US) 1995(UK)[2]
054 The Celebrated Jumping Frog and Other Stories Mark Twain 1992 ISBN 0-89577-415-1 [1] 1992(US/UK) 1993(AUS)[2]
055 Ben-Hur: A Tale of the Christ Lew Wallace 1992 ISBN 0-89577-403-8 [1] 1992(US) 1998 (UK)[2]
056 The Good Earth Pearl S. Buck 1992 ISBN 0-89577-413-5 [1] 1992(US) 1993(AUS)[2]
057 The Caine Mutiny Herman Wouk 1992 ISBN 0-89577-414-3 [1] 1992(US) 1993 (AUS)[2]
058 Anne of Green Gables L. M. Montgomery 1992 ISBN 0-89577-434-8 [1] 1992 (US) 1993 (AUS) 1994 (UK)[2]
059 The Wind in the Willows Kenneth Grahame 1993 1993(UK)[2]
060 The Further Adventures of Sherlock Holmes Sir Arthur Conan Doyle 1993 ISBN 0-89577-552-2 [1] 1993(US) 2005(UK)[2]
061 Dusty and Man Shy Frank Dalby Davison 1993 ISBN 0-86438-381-9 1993(AUS) [1][2]
062 Life with Father Clarence Day 1993 ISBN 0-89577-494-1 [1] 1993(US) 1994(AUS)[2]
063 The Yearling Marjorie Kinnan Rawlings 1993 ISBN 0-89577-436-4 [1] 1993(US) 1994(AUS) 1998(UK)[2]
064 To Kill a Mockingbird Harper Lee 1993 ISBN 0-89577-435-6 [1] 1993(US) 1999(UK)[2]
065 The Robe Lloyd Cassell Douglas 1993 ISBN 0-89577-547-6 [1] 1993(US)[2]
066 Heart of the West O. Henry 1993 ISBN 0-89577-494-1 [1] 1993(US) 1993 (CAN) 1994(AUS) [2]
067 Rebecca (novel) Daphne du Maurier 1994 ISBN 0-89577-627-8 [1] 1994(US) 1997(UK)[2]
068 The Thirty-Nine Steps and Greenmantle John Buchan 1994 1994(UK)[2]
069 Emma Jane Austen 1994 ISBN 0-89577-582-4 [1] 1994(US) 1996/2003(UK)[2]
070 To Build a Fire and Other Stories Jack London 1994 ISBN 0-89577-583-2 [1] 1994(US) 1998(UK)[2]
071 King Solomon's Mines H. Rider Haggard 1994 ISBN 0-89577-553-0 [1] 1994(US) 1996(UK) 1994/1999(AUS)[2]
072 Captains Courageous Rudyard Kipling 1994 ISBN 0-89577-601-4 [1] 1994(US) 2000(UK)[2]
073 Roughing It Mark Twain 1994 ISBN 0-89577-628-6 [1] 1994(US)[2]
074 Lorna Doone R. D. Blackmore 1995 1995(UK/SA) 2013(US)[2]
075 A Town Like Alice Nevil Shute 1995 1995(UK/SA)[2]
076 Tales of the South Pacific James Michener 1995 ISBN 0-89577-697-9 [1] 1995(US) 2000(UK)[2]
077 Two Years Before the Mast Richard Henry Dana, Jr. 1995 ISBN 0-89577-631-6 [1] 1995(US) 2000(UK)[2]
078 Beau Geste Percival Christopher Wren 1995 ISBN 0-89577-632-4 [3] 1994(UK) 1995(US) 2000(AUS)[2]
079 The Master of Ballantrae: A Winter's Tale Robert Louis Stevenson 1995 ISBN 0-89577-629-4 [1] 1995(US) 1995(UK)[2]
080 Goodbye Mr. Chips and Other Stories James Hilton 1995 ISBN 0-89577-630-8 [1] 1995(US)[2]
081 Lost Horizon, Good-bye Mr. Chips and Other Stories James Hilton 1997 1997(UK/SA)[2]
082 The Jungle Books Rudyard Kipling 1997 1997(UK/SA), Illust [2]
083 How Green Was My Valley Richard Llewellyn 1997 1997(UK/SA)[2]
084 Three Men in a Boat and Three Men on the Bummel Jerome K. Jerome 1998 1998(UK)[2]
085 The Three Musketeers Alexandre Dumas 1999 1999(US) 1999(UK)[2]
086 The Mayor of Casterbridge Thomas Hardy 1999 1999(UK)[2]
087 Far From the Madding Crowd Thomas Hardy 2002 1999(UK) 2002(US)[2]
088 The Age of Innocence Edith Wharton 2003 ISBN 1122049161 [1] 2003(US)[2]
089 This Side of Paradise F. Scott Fitzgerald 2003 ISBN 0-7432-4729-9 [1] 2003(US)[2]
090 Frankenstein Mary Shelley 2003 2003(US) 2004(UK)[3]
091 Sense and Sensibility Jane Austen 2003 2003(UK)[3]
092 Lord Jim Joseph Conrad 2003 2003(US)[3]
093 ***Ten Book Set - Already in Collection*** 2004
094 ***Three Book Set - Already in Collection*** 2004
095 Robinson Crusoe Daniel Defoe 2004 2005(US)[3]
096 My Antonia Willa Cather 2004 ISBN 1-4142-1218-6 [1] 2004(US)[2]
097 The Invisible Man and The Island of Dr. Moreau H. G. Wells 2004 2004(US)[2]
098 Gulliver's Travels Jonathan Swift 2004 2004(UK)[3]
099 The Moon and Sixpence W. S. Maugham 2004 2004(US)[3]
100 Main Street Sinclair Lewis 2004 2004(US)[3]
101 Daisy Miller and The Turn of the Screw Henry James 2005 2005(US) 2005(UK)[2]
102 The Jungle Books Rudyard Kipling 2005 2005(US)[2]
103 Madame Bovary Gustave Flaubert 2005 2005(US) 2005(US/UK)[2]
104 Mansfield Park Jane Austen 2005 2005(US/UK)[2]
105 The Magnificent Ambersons Booth Tarkington 2005 2005(US)[2]
106 ***Three Book Set - Already in Collection*** 2005
107 The War of the Worlds and The Time Machine H. G. Wells 2005 2005(US)[3]
108 Little Men Louisa May Alcott 2006 2006(US/UK)[3]
109 The Man of Property John Galsworthy 2006 2006(US/UK)[3]
110 Hard Times Charles Dickens 2006 2006(US/UK)[3]
111 Barchester Towers Anthony Trollope 2006 2006(US)[3]
112 Moll Flanders Daniel Defoe 2006 2006(US/UK)[2]
113 The American Henry James 2007 2007(US/UK)[2]
114 The Phantom of the Opera Gaston Leroux 2007 2007(US/UK)[3]
115 Persuasion Jane Austen 2007 2007(US/UK)[3]
116 The Picture of Dorian Gray Oscar Wilde 2007 2007(US/UK)[2]
117 The Black Arrow Robert Louis Stevenson 2007 2007(US/UK)[2]
118 Dracula Bram Stoker 2007 2007(US/UK)[2]
119 Sons and Lovers D. H. Lawrence 2008 2008(US/UK)[2]
120 Northanger Abbey Jane Austen 2008 2008(US/UK)[3]
121 The House of Mirth Edith Wharton 2008 2008(US/UK)[2]
122 The Prisoner of Zenda and Rupert of Hentzau Anthony Hope 2008 2008(US/UK)[2]
123 The Ambassadors Henry James 2008 2008(US/UK)[2]
124 Heart of Darkness and End of the Tether Joseph Conrad 2008 2008(US/UK)[3]
125 Agnes Grey Anne Brontë 2009 2009(US/UK)[3]
126 Howards End E. M. Forster 2009 2009(US/UK)[3]
127 The Confidence-Man Herman Melville 2009 2009(US/UK)[3]
128 Return of the Native Thomas Hardy 2009 2009(US/UK)[3]
129 The Secret Garden and A Little Princess Frances Hodgson Burnett 2009 2009(US/UK)[3]
130 Ethan Frome and Summer Edith Wharton 2009 2009(US/UK)[3]
131 Fathers and Sons Ivan Turgenev 2010 2010(US/UK)[3]
132 Where Angels Fear to Tread and A Room With a View E. M. Forster 2010 2010(US/UK)[3]
133 Adam Bede George Eliot 2010 2010(US/UK)[3]
134 Wuthering Heights Emily Brontë 2010 ISBN 978-0-276-44651-1 1982/1985(US) 1982/1985(AUS) 1990(UK) 2010(US/UK)VDL 2010 (US/UK) [2]
135 Jo's Boys Louisa May Alcott 2010 2010(US/UK)VDL 2011 [1]
136 The Way of All Flesh Samuel Butler 2010 2010(US/UK)[1]
137 Treasure Island/Kidnapped Robert Louis Stevenson 2010 ISBN 0276446585 VDL 2010 (US/UK)[3]
138 Oliver Twist Charles Dickens 2010 ISBN 9780276446597 VDL 2010 (US/UK)[3]
139 Pride & Prejudice Jane Austen 2011 ISBN 9780276446603 VDL 2011 (US/UK)[3]
140 Babbitt Sinclair Lewis 2011 2011(US/UK)[3]
141 The Adventures Of Huckleberry Finn Mark Twain 2011 1986(US) 1991(UK) 2011 (US/UK)[2]
142 The Scarlet Letter Nathaniel Hawthorne 2011 1984/1990/2011(US) 1990(AUS) 1990 (CAN) 2012 (UK)[2]
143 A Tale of Two Cities Charles Dickens 2011 1984/1993/2011(US) 1993/1994/2001/2003/2012(UK) 1985/1999/2001(AUS)[2]
144 The Good Soldier Ford Madox Ford 2011 2011(US/UK)[3]
145 The Jungle Upton Sinclair 2011
146 A Study In Scarlet/The Hound Of The Baskervilles Sir Arthur Conan Doyle 2011 ISBN 9780276446615 VDL 2011 (US/UK)
147 Moonstone Wilkie Collins 2011 ISBN 9780276446627 VDL 2011 (US/UK)
148 Robinson Crusoe Daniel DeFoe 2011 ISBN 9781780200316 VDL 2011 (US/UK)
149 The War Of The Worlds/The Time Machine H. G. Wells 2011 ISBN 9781780200323 VDL 2011 (US/UK)
150 Jo's Boys Louisa May Alcott 2011 ISBN 9781780200330 VDL 2011 (US/UK)
151 Ivanhoe Sir Walter Scott 2012 ISBN 9781780201184 VDL 2012 (US/UK) [4]
152 Lorna Doone R D Blackmore 2013 1995(UK) 2013(US)

Variations Within The Series[edit]

There are many variations within the WBR series. The most common variations include cloth boards versus smooth boards, patterned end papers with ribbon bookmarks versus plain colored end papers without ribbon bookmarks, different colored covers but retaining the same embossed cover image, and books that have completely different cover art than other editions.

One example of cloth boards versus plain boards is Far From The Madding Crowd. Both the cloth and the plain editions are the same color with the same artwork, only the material of the boards is different. Other examples include Moby Dick, Treasure Island, O Pioneers, The Sea Wolf, and Uncle Tom’s Cabin.

An example of the variation of patterned end papers with ribbon bookmarks versus plain colored end papers without bookmarks is Silas Marner. Both books have the same artwork on the outside cover, but on the inside one edition has plain white end papers and the other has marble patterned end papers and a colored ribbon bookmark. Other titles with this variation are Pride And Prejudice, The Call of the Wild/White Fang, The Scarlet Letter, The House of Seven Gables, The Last Of The Mohicans, A Tale Of Two Cities, Tess of the D’Urbervilles, A Connecticut Yankee In King Arthur’s Court, Little Women, Jane Eyre, Great Expectations, Twice-Told Tales, and The Innocents Abroad.

An example of a title having different colored covers but retaining the same embossed artwork image is A Tale Of Two Cities. Cover variations of A Tale of Two Cities include a blue cloth cover, a brown cloth cover, and a red cover. Other editions with this variation include The Innocents Abroad, The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes, The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn, A Tale of Two Cities, Tales of Suspense, Silas Marner, Wuthering Heights (old cover style), Ben Hur, The Adventures Of Tom Sawyer, and The Return of Sherlock Holmes.

Tess of the D’Urbervilles is an example where in two editions the boards are the same color (gray) but the embossed parts of the cover and the faux quarter leather covering are different colors. The artwork and faux leather is red in one edition and blue in the other edition.

Some books have been printed with completely different cover artwork from other editions. Examples include Barchester Towers, The Jungle Books, Captains Courageous, Beau Geste, and Wuthering Heights. For some books, such as The Jungle Books and Barchester Towers, the UK edition was published with illustrations where the American version was not.

A spelling variation in a book title occurs with A Journey to the Center of the Earth. In the UK, the edition was published under the title A Journey to the Centre of the Earth.

In the United States, the James Hilton titles (Lost Horizon, Good-bye Mr. Chips and Other Stories) were printed in two separate volumes whereas in the UK edition, they were combined into one book.

Each edition in the WBR series includes a sheet folded in half numbered with page numbers one through four with a synopsis of the history of how the book came to be published and a short biography of the author and perhaps some information about the artist in illustrated editions. On Our Selection/Our New Selection is different from the rest of the books because not only is the author biography insert included, but also a folder containing six 5.5" x 8.5" prints of artwork by artist Lionel Lindsay. The prints included are titled Judy Wasn’t Frightened Of Jew-Lizards, Sarah Thought It A Fine Effect, ‘It’s A Lie!’ Dad roared, Daniel Damascus Rudd, Sir!, and Dad Come to See the Great Metropolis. These are illustrations found in the actual book. One print is not from the book. It is not given a title and depicts the father scratching his bare head riding a horse in the woods at a walk towards the lower right hand foreground.

Reader’s Digest also issued a book safe as part of the WBR series, Paradise Lost by John Milton. The outside of the book safe is designed to look like other editions in the series, but inside the safe are two separated compartments. The interior of the safe is lined with light gray velvet and is kept closed with velcro strips on the back of the cover and on the middle divider between the two compartments.

Vivat Direct Limited, t/a Reader's Digest, a publishing company in the UK that usually prints Reader's Digest Select Editions,[5] has published World's Best Reading books starting in 2010: Kidnapped/Treasure Island (ISBN 0276446585), Wuthering Heights (ISBN 0276446518), Oliver Twist, Pride & Prejudice, A Study In Scarlet/The Hound Of The Baskervilles, Moonstone, Robinson Crusoe, The War of the Worlds/The Time Machine, Jo's Boys, Three Men in a Boat/Three Men on the Bummel, and Ivanhoe (ISBN 9781780201184). These editions were published with insert pages like the other World's Best Reading books with the World's Best Reading logo at the top of the first page just like the other inserts. However, the inserts have the initials WBR above the spelled out World's Best Reading on the insert pages and the WBR initials on the spine of the books. These books are different from the original World's Best Reading books because they are bound in cloth and do not have the faux quarter leather binding over the spine. They also have illustrations on the front and back covers, unlike the rest of the series which have illustrations on the front cover board only.


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