3 edition of Salvage from the Cynthia of The boy on the buoy. found in the catalog.
Salvage from the Cynthia of The boy on the buoy.
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||192|
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The father found the boy as a baby in a cradle attached to a buoy adrift at sea and the name on the buoy was Cynthia. The parents agree to let their boy Erik accompany the doctor to Stockholm for a better education, but also on the promise that the doctor will make every effort to find the boy’s true parents.
Salvage from the Cynthia, or, The boy on the buoy, Jules Verne & Andre Laurie ; translated from the French [and introd.] by I. Evans., Toronto Public Library. L'Épave du Cynthia = Salvage from the Cynthis, Jules Verne The plot revolved around a dark-haired boy called Erik in a family of blond Norwegians.
He was discovered /5. Buy Salvage from the 'Cynthia',or, The boy on the buoy by Jules Verne, Andre. Laurie online at Alibris UK. We have new and used copies available, in 0 edition - starting at $ Shop now. Salvage from the Cynthia. Or, The Boy on the Buoy. By Jules Verne and Andre Laurie.
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