ROBINSON CRUSOE, Hardback Book

ROBINSON CRUSOE Hardback

Part of the BAKER STREET READERS series

Description

The world's greatest classic stories come to life in these expert retellings.

Baker Street Readers give an enchanting taste of the original tales, quoting best-known lines and most memorable moments, all supported with wonderfully witty illustrations.

Defying his parents, Robinson Crusoe goes to sea. He is captured by pirates but escapes to Brazil. He makes a fortune using slave labour to grow tobacco and sugar.

He sails to Africa to bring back more slaves but is shipwrecked on an uninhabited island. Everyone else is drowned. For over 20 years he lives alone. He learns to hunt and fish and make shelter. Then the cannibals arrive...

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  • Format: Hardback
  • Pages: 64 pages, 30 COLOUR ILLUSTRATIONS
  • Publisher: BAKER STREET PUBLISHING
  • Publication Date:
  • Category: Children's
  • ISBN: 9781912464210

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