By Arthur Ransome

ISBN-10: 1446478890

ISBN-13: 9781446478899

The last word children's vintage - lengthy summer season days full of adventure.

John, Susan, Titty and Roger sail their boat, Swallow, to a abandoned island for a summer time tenting journey. Exploring and enjoying sailors is an experience in itself however the island holds extra pleasure in shop. fierce Amazon pirates, Nancy and Peggy, problem them to battle and a summer season of battles and alliances ensues.

'My adolescence easily do not have been an identical with out this publication. It created a complete global to discover, person who lasted lengthy within the mind's eye after the ultimate web page have been read' - Marcus Sedgwick

(Originally released in 1930)

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Com (background). com/Adam Korzekwa (square frame). A. WAS LIFE BACK IN EARLY WHAT AMERICA REALLY LIKE? Let’s take a look at some of the gross things from the past—including smells, bugs, diseases, clothing, and hair. These alone will make you realize . . you couldn’t stand to be there.

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Learn about the history and science of all things gross in this engrossing read. Davies, Nicola. What’s Eating You? Parasites—The Inside Story. Cambridge, MA: Candlewick, 2009. Parasites are everywhere. ) and how their hosts respond. Kalman, Bobbie. 18th Century Clothing. , 1993. Take a closer look at the many layers of clothes children and adults in America wore in the 1700s. Masoff, Joy. Oh, Yikes! History’s Grossest Moments. New York: Workman Publishing Company, 2006. Pick up this handy encyclopedia to learn about history’s grossest moments, complete with photos, illustrations, and hands-on activities.

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