Two-Bow Bill is a ferry boat who goes through some distressing moments before he realizes his true ferryboat-hood and earns...

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TWO-BOW BILL

Two-Bow Bill is a ferry boat who goes through some distressing moments before he realizes his true ferryboat-hood and earns his name. Plying the harbour, Bill notices all the other boats go forward while he is obliged to go both ways. It makes him mad until there's an accident that makes him glad- of his ability to move backwards too. Jay Hyde Barnum's two-tones personalize the city waterfront.

Pub Date: March 16, 1955

ISBN: N/A

Page Count: -

Publisher: Morrow

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Kirkus Reviews Issue: March 1, 1955