The Kangaroo Hunters: Or, Adventures in the Bush (Classic Reprint)
Fb&c Limited, 12 jul. 2015 - 484 páginas
Excerpt from The Kangaroo Hunters: Or, Adventures in the Bush
The rapid spread of education creates a continual demand for new books, of a. Character to gratify the taste of the young, and at the same time to satisfy the samples of their instructors. The restless, inquiring spirit of youth craves, from its first development, food for the imagination, and even the simplest nursery rhymes owe their principal charm to their wonderful improbability. To these succeed the ever - interesting tales of Fairies and Enchanters; and the ardent boy only forsakes Ali Baba and Sindbad for the familiar and lifelike fictions ef Robinson Crusoe, and the hundred pleasant tales on the Robinson Crusoe model Which have succeeded that popular romance.
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