ALONE ACROSS THE TOP OF THE WORLD by David Irwin

ALONE ACROSS THE TOP OF THE WORLD

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Here's a book of equal interest to men and older boys -- the authorized story, as told to Jack O'Brien, of the 3,000 mile trip taken, virtually alone, from Alaska across the width of Canada. For a small part of the way, David Irwin joined forces with the reindeer drive (The Great Trek by Max Miller is the story of that feat); at times he joined forces with one member or another of the Canadian Mounted Police, but most of the trip was taken alone. Crammed with adventure, and told in a spirited easy way, which makes good escape reading.

Pub Date: Nov. 1st, 1935
Publisher: Winston