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Dan Carter, Cub Scout (Dan Carter #1) (edició 2013)

de Mildred A. Wirt (Autor)

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The "Dan Carter, Cub Scout" series, written by Mildred A. Wirt (writing as Ann Wirt) follows the adventures of 10-year-old Dan Carter and the boys in Den 2 of the Cub Scouts. Dan Carter is the pack leader, and he and his friends have fun and adventures in this exciting series originally published between 1949 and 1953. During the night, the river steadily had risen. Fed by rampant streams to the north, the swollen waters gradually had nibbled away the sandy beach. The boat, tied securely the night before, now pounded against the dock on a slack rope. While Dan retied it, Sam Hatfield pushed away a floating log which had lodged against the dock post. "River's up another four inches," he observed gloomily. "And now, more rain." "Think we ought to call it quits?" "That's for the fellows to decide," Mr. Hatfield replied. "It was swell of Midge's father to let us use this place. It's almost like having a regular camp. "The Cubs sure appreciate it. But they're fed up with the weather. Another day of this and we'll be sprouting webs on our feet. "What's your thought, Dan? Do we stick, or shall we call enough--enough?" "I hate to be a quitter. It's easy enough to trot home to our folks. I'd say, let's hang on another day the way we planned. Maybe the weather man will give us a break." "Good," said Mr. Hatfield in relief. "I was hoping you'd say that, Dan. The question is, will the other Cubs agree?" "They're all good sports. If only we could swim or hike, everything would be swell."… (més)
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Títol:Dan Carter, Cub Scout (Dan Carter #1)
Autors:Mildred A. Wirt (Autor)
Informació:Wildside Press (2013), 132 pages
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The "Dan Carter, Cub Scout" series, written by Mildred A. Wirt (writing as Ann Wirt) follows the adventures of 10-year-old Dan Carter and the boys in Den 2 of the Cub Scouts. Dan Carter is the pack leader, and he and his friends have fun and adventures in this exciting series originally published between 1949 and 1953. During the night, the river steadily had risen. Fed by rampant streams to the north, the swollen waters gradually had nibbled away the sandy beach. The boat, tied securely the night before, now pounded against the dock on a slack rope. While Dan retied it, Sam Hatfield pushed away a floating log which had lodged against the dock post. "River's up another four inches," he observed gloomily. "And now, more rain." "Think we ought to call it quits?" "That's for the fellows to decide," Mr. Hatfield replied. "It was swell of Midge's father to let us use this place. It's almost like having a regular camp. "The Cubs sure appreciate it. But they're fed up with the weather. Another day of this and we'll be sprouting webs on our feet. "What's your thought, Dan? Do we stick, or shall we call enough--enough?" "I hate to be a quitter. It's easy enough to trot home to our folks. I'd say, let's hang on another day the way we planned. Maybe the weather man will give us a break." "Good," said Mr. Hatfield in relief. "I was hoping you'd say that, Dan. The question is, will the other Cubs agree?" "They're all good sports. If only we could swim or hike, everything would be swell."

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