Castaway Of The Monoboola: A Story For Boys

Castaway Of The Monoboola: A Story For Boys

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NB: This is a secondhand book in very good condition. See our FAQs for more information. Photo is of the actual book - please note wear and tear. A description of our secondhand books is not always available. Please contact us if you have a question about this title.

Author: T.S. Hepworth

Format: Hardback

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Castaway Of The Monoboola: A Story For Boys is an adventure novel written by T.S. Hepworth and published by Dymocks Book Arcade in 1948. An adventure story for boys from ten to fifteen years. It concerns two boys who were transported early last century, to the penal colony at Brisbane, but are wrecked on the voyage, cast ashore on the coast and fall into the hands of the blacks. They learn to live just as the natives do - adopt tribal customs, take part in tribal wars, make friends and enemies. Finally they are rescued and pardoned. An Good story, with plenty of action and variety of scene, and a strong educational value due to its depiction of the aborigines and how they lived. First Edition. Condition: Fair with previous gifter's inscription to front endpaper. Dust jacket: Fair with general wear but protected in a clear plastic sleeve. Pages are intact and not marred by notes or highlighting.
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NB: This is a secondhand book in very good condition. See our FAQs for more information. Photo is of the actual book - please note wear and tear. A description of our secondhand books is not always available. Please contact us if you have a question about this title.

Author: T.S. Hepworth

Format: Hardback

Number of Pages:


Castaway Of The Monoboola: A Story For Boys is an adventure novel written by T.S. Hepworth and published by Dymocks Book Arcade in 1948. An adventure story for boys from ten to fifteen years. It concerns two boys who were transported early last century, to the penal colony at Brisbane, but are wrecked on the voyage, cast ashore on the coast and fall into the hands of the blacks. They learn to live just as the natives do - adopt tribal customs, take part in tribal wars, make friends and enemies. Finally they are rescued and pardoned. An Good story, with plenty of action and variety of scene, and a strong educational value due to its depiction of the aborigines and how they lived. First Edition. Condition: Fair with previous gifter's inscription to front endpaper. Dust jacket: Fair with general wear but protected in a clear plastic sleeve. Pages are intact and not marred by notes or highlighting.
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