MOUNTAIN TAMER by Arthur D. Stapp
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A thoughtful, sympathetic account of a boy's conquest of a gripping fear. Bob Moore, all around athlete, is beaten by his fear of heights. A member of the mountain climbing club of his Northwestern High School, Bob's reputation in other sports sets him up as a leader. But he knows that he cannot make the climbs. How he courageously, thrillingly, fights the thing through to a successful conclusion is a strong foundation for a good adventure story with an emergency rescue climax. Many boys will find this a provocative book.

Pub Date: April 12th, 1948
Publisher: Morrow