PASSPORT TO ADVENTURE by Lewis N. Cotlow

PASSPORT TO ADVENTURE

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Competentravel stuff of adventures in Far East, Africa and Latin America, direct and unmarred by egotism. The author does not dwell on ethnological technicalities, but gives a clear picture of native life in many lands, without trivia, as he journeys by boat and plane. Dependable material, good selling possibilities, in a travel biography of a non professional explorer who has spent a lifetime covering the world from gon to Montevide. With public libraries reporting need for background material on all parts of the world involved in the vast struggle, travel books fill a real demand at the moment, and this is comprehensive enough in scope to appeal to those who want a .

Pub Date: Feb. 16th, 1942
Publisher: Bobbs-Merrill