THE LAST OF THE ZUIDER ZEE by

THE LAST OF THE ZUIDER ZEE

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KIRKUS REVIEW

A fairly successful picturing of the life of a Dutch boy and his friends of the island of Urk. The fishing life is threatened, and the boys are making the most of the last days, and one follows their daily round of work and play, adventure and mischief, the experience of the fishing cruise, and at the end Jawek's departure for life on a herring lugger. Modern Holland, realistically shown.

Pub Date: Oct. 18th, 1937
Publisher: Stackpole