Four cousins spend a gay, hilarious summer on the Cornish coast. One of the four tells their adventures. They are lively and...

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ADVENTURE MAY BE ANYWHERE

Four cousins spend a gay, hilarious summer on the Cornish coast. One of the four tells their adventures. They are lively and exciting, dangerous, heroic. Some are old stand-bye but the author has succeeded in giving them a new twist. The children visit the gypsies to rescue their donkey and when they return home, discover they have stolen the gypsies' animal. Well written and good entertainment.

Pub Date: March 2, 1939

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Publisher: Stokes

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Kirkus Reviews Issue: March 1, 1939