Parson John of the Labrador : a story which tells also of the exciting adventures of Boy Number Nine, Tom Badd, and other bold characters
Author(s)Baird, Frank, b. 1870
Contributor(s)Soper, George, 1870-1942 (illustrator)
Adventure and adventurers--Juvenile fiction
Labrador (N.L.)--Juvenile fiction
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AbstractA young boy is swept overboard near Labrador and rescued by the missionary Pastor John. The novel describes his adventures in a new land and provides insights into the lives of people in Labrador.
Includes lists of titles from the Brave Deeds, Noble Deeds, and School Boy's Library Series.
PR 6003 A298 P26
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