I GO BY SEA, I GO BY LAND by P.L. Travers

I GO BY SEA, I GO BY LAND

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Here is a book that is designed for adults but that should be an eye-opener to boys and girls who are meeting British children living here ""for the duration"", and that should help both sides to see the others viewpoint better. In diary form, purporting to be written by an 11 year old girl, the story is told of the last days at home, of the voyage over to Halifa, made bearable by the understanding affection and sympathy of their the journey to New York and the arrival; and finally, the early months of readjustment of learning new ways and new people and new points of view. A little story, convincingly told.

Pub Date: May 7th, 1941
Publisher: Harper