THE JUNIOR SPORTS ANTHOLOGY by Robert F. -- Ed. Kelley

THE JUNIOR SPORTS ANTHOLOGY

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Kelley is himself a better than competent sports writer, and here proves himself a sound editor, for his selection of stories of sport and adventure in sport is excellent. The material is drawn from writers of a past generation, such as Kipling, from contemporary books (incidents lifted for their special quality), from famous writers of earlier days, -- Hughes, Pyle etc. --and from gleanings of periodical literature and so on for stories illustrating specific sports. Most of the material is fiction --in some cases based on fact -- and there are a few bits of biography and fact.

Publisher: Howell, Soskin