A SHEPHERD BOY OF AUSTRALIA by Margaret Hutton

A SHEPHERD BOY OF AUSTRALIA

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KIRKUS REVIEW

A misleading title for this is a good story, built around factual information, about a ""sheep station"" (a ranch) in Australia, about the activities, the business and the pleasure and particularly about two children, the boy whose father was the manager, and who had come to look upon the place as his own, and the little daughter of the writer who actually owned the ranch and who came to live there, to the despair of of young Milles. Better fact book than fiction.

Publisher: Grosset & Dunlap