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Sailing Home: A Story of a Childhood at Sea By Gloria Rand Ted Rand,

  • Title: Sailing Home: A Story of a Childhood at Sea
  • Author: Gloria Rand Ted Rand
  • ISBN: 9780735815391
  • Page: 220
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Games of tag on the deck swings tied to the masts a floating farmyard filled with chickens and ducks and even a pig exotic pets, including a mongoose, a monkey, a kangaroo studying astronomy and celestial navigation under the stars and geography with firsthand visits all over the world This was the childhood of the four Madsen children who made their home aboard a fouGames of tag on the deck swings tied to the masts a floating farmyard filled with chickens and ducks and even a pig exotic pets, including a mongoose, a monkey, a kangaroo studying astronomy and celestial navigation under the stars and geography with firsthand visits all over the world This was the childhood of the four Madsen children who made their home aboard a four masted sailing bark that carried cargo in the 1800s Based on the journal kept by Captain Madsen and his daughter Ena, the story of this seafaring family is brought to life for modern children by Gloria and Ted Rand Culminating in a dramatic Christmas Eve storm at sea, this is at once a rousing adventure and an intriguing look at a unique lifestyle that will fascinate young and old alike.
    Sailing Home A Story of a Childhood at Sea Games of tag on the deck swings tied to the masts a floating farmyard filled with chickens and ducks and even a pig exotic pets including a mongoose a monkey a kangaroo studying astronomy and celes

    One thought on “Sailing Home: A Story of a Childhood at Sea”

    1. Read this to my girls We all really enjoyed it It was a sweet little book, with great illustrations The girls liked seeing the photographs of the ship and the family at the back of the book, too Highly recommend.

    2. Really nice story Perfectly clean and contains no nonsense There s an error on one page where the author describes coal as highly inflammable.

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