THE WHITE-TAILED DEER by Olga Townsend

THE WHITE-TAILED DEER

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KIRKUS REVIEW

For a somewhat younger audience than her Blueprint of a Dream, this has a boy as central character in a routine sort of story. Jim was recuperating from an illness in a Maine hunting and fishing camp out of season. He seemed at odds with everything and difficult to handle until he found himself through an awakening awareness of the strong pull of woods life for him. He has adventures and misadventures before he finds himself well and strong again and with new friends and a life goal. The Nils Hogner black and whites add nothing to the value of the story. Routine.

Pub Date: Aug. 22nd, 1951
Publisher: Whittlesey