ALL HANDS STAND BY by Ralph Henry Barbour

ALL HANDS STAND BY

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Typical Barbour yarn with adventure interest well blended with non-obtrusive moral base. This time it is a Sea Scout story (and they are few and far between), as they win the town's esteem against criticism and scorn and the lack of support from the Mayor, and display the value of their training when a bad flood comes.

Pub Date: April 24th, 1942
Publisher: Appleton-Century