The Mutiny on the H. M. S. Bounty
Landoll, Incorporated, 1995 - Juvenile Fiction - 245 pages
Captain William Bligh recorded the most famous mutiny in sea history when a group of his men forced him from his ship and cast him adrift into the sea. Sail with Captian Bligh, on the Bounty, and then follow his incredible quest for survival when cast adrift.
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