American family Robinson, volume 2
Creator: Nelson, Arthur W., 1880-1958
1890 - 1899
The item is undated but the finding aid indicates the entire collection was likely created during the 1890s.
1 volume (24 pages) : illustrations ; 11 cm
The second volume of The American Family Robinson, written by Arthur Nelson, is full of many adventures, including dangerous encounters with hyenas and lions. Fearing the dangers of their first shelter, the family moves to Alligator Island where Alice, Jimmy and Fred are attacked by two bears and then later by a lion. The story is composed of six chapters entitled "The Hyena and the Sawmill," "Alligator Island," "The Water Melons," "The Death of the Ostrich," "Shark Island" and "The Lemons the Grapes." This booklet has an unattached cover indicating title, volume number and author.
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