JAN AND HIS WONDERFUL MOUTH-ORGAN by Leclaire Alger
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JAN AND HIS WONDERFUL MOUTH-ORGAN

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Against a Slovakian background is told a story that reminds one of Jerry of Seven Mile Creek by Elmer Ferris. After all, boys will be boys, the world around, and the four friends in Slovakia could be just as earnest in their desire to earn money to purchase a mouth-organ, as Jerry was to get his drum. Good picture of the life and people, and a friendly little story.

Pub Date: Sept. 20th, 1939
Publisher: Harper