She flings her cap over the windmill for the Bahamas, this adventure-seeking world traveler, and she slows down her pace and...

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A UNICORN IN THE BAHAMAS

She flings her cap over the windmill for the Bahamas, this adventure-seeking world traveler, and she slows down her pace and settles into investigation of the archipelago, which most of us know largely through Nassau. The history of the islands, past and present, individual characteristics, plans for the future and what has been accomplished to date, her personal experiences, flying, boating, etc. She is mad about it and her enthusiasm is contagious. She skirts' the matters of finance, and makes it sound like paradise, with a few drawbacks. Not a Baedeker -- but good travel reading.

Pub Date: April 1, 1940

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Publisher: Dutton

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Kirkus Reviews Issue: April 1, 1940