How much is a first edition of Huckleberry Finn worth?

How much is a first edition of Huckleberry Finn worth?

A beat-up copy of this book might sell for $1,000, maybe $2,000, but in this condition, because you’ve preserved it so well, I would go as far as to say that it’s worth $10,000 to $12,000.

When was Huckleberry Finn first published?


How old is Tom Sawyer Huck Finn?

about 12 years

What age is Huck Finn appropriate for?

I would recommend this book to children over 10, about 13, who have already read ‘The Adventures of Tom Sawyer’ as it will introduce them to the characters in a much more vivid way.

What does Tom Sawyer do?

Tom Sawyer, an orphan, lives with his Aunt Polly and his half-brother Sid in the fictional town of St. Petersburg, Missouri sometime in the 1840s. A fun-loving boy, Tom skips school to go swimming and is made to whitewash his aunt’s fence for the entirety of the next day, Saturday, as punishment.

Who painted the fence in Tom Sawyer?

Ben Rogers

Is Aunt Polly related to Tom Sawyer?

Aunt Polly is a kindhearted, rather simple old woman who takes her responsibility for Tom and his half-brother Sid very seriously.

What is Aunt Polly’s last name?

Aunt PollyReal NamePollyFirst AppearanceThe Adventures of Tom Sawyer (1876)Original PublisherAmerican Publishing CompanyCreated bySamuel Clemens (as “Mark Twain”)1 more row

When was Tom Sawyer written?


What is Huckleberry Finn’s personality?

Huck, as he is best known, is an uneducated, superstitious boy, the son of the town drunkard. Although he sometimes is deceived by tall tales, Huck is a shrewd judge of character. He has a sunny disposition and a well-developed, if naively natural, sense of morality.