Rafael Sabatini, Captain Blood (already read); Scaramouche (in-progress)
Danilo Kiš, Early Sorrows
Isaac Bashevis Singer, When Shiemiel Went to Warsaw and Other Stories
Palmer Cox, The Brownies: Their Book
In addition, two Portuguese friends of mine on Twitter got me curious enough about Alice Vieira's Viagem à Roda do Meu Nome that I added it to the list and hopefully will have this children's novel finished later this weekend.
And at some point, I will (re)read and review Norton Juster's The Phantom Tollbooth and Wilson Rawls' Where the Red Fern Grows (even if the last might choke me up again, like it did when I first had to read to me in class at 9 and then when I read it soon afterward).
If you can think of other classic children's/YA/Adventure novels that I should investigate here, feel free to suggest in the comments.