ok, u can get them all in new revised standard version from cambridge university press, 1989, isbn 978-0-521-50776-9
i got it a few years ago, but i was confused about 3 esdras (my 'apocrapha' says it's called '2 esdras' but '3 esdras' in slavonic and '4 esdras' in the appendix to the latin vulgate), so i hope u know which one i mean!
to my reasonably analytical (university trained but not in theology or historical documents) mind, it looks like something that is added on, in a very different style to the other esdras books, like it is not an original book, but appeared quite a bit later.
now, i am not trying to start a debate or offend anyone who disagrees, but i want to ask, 'which churches consider it canonical?'
4 maccabees does seem to be similar to the other books, but again, which churches consider it canonical?
is it ok to ask this? maybe you won't take it personally or be upset
the other deuterocanonical books (a better term than 'apocrapha', meaning 'second canon', or second group of scripture) seem to me to be very beautiful and they are a great loss to those churches which don't have them. especially tobit and sirach and the story of daniel and susanna.