LUMBER CAMP by Glen Rounds

LUMBER CAMP

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Inside factual picture of the break in of a greenhorn into the rough ways of a lumber camp. Told in the vernacular, and rather amateurishly at that. Can't see that it carries through. It fits neither into the true story bracket, nor into the tall story class. It doesn't carry over as factual information, in spite of the amount of factual information scattered through it. The humor is not juvenile and this carries for the pictures as well.

Pub Date: Oct. 2nd, 1937
Publisher: Holiday House