SO SAILORS SAY by Charles Michael Daugherty

SO SAILORS SAY

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Definitely a book for young sailors or boys and girls who have aspirations in that direction. It is the story of an inland boy who finds it hard to make a place for himself when he comes to the eastern seaboard for a summer's vacation. But one or two friends and a sympathetic ship's carpenter get him off on the right track, and he wins through. Lots about boat building, boat handling and seamanship. The story is secondary to the craft.

Pub Date: April 10th, 1941
Publisher: Henry Holt