The Children of the New Forest

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Harper & Brothers, 1848 - English fiction - 336 pages
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User Review  - leon777 - LibraryThing

Puritan Revolution era.Four children who lost thire father in Beverly get into danger.Thire house is burned,they escape into the New Forest.How do they live? The genre of this book is Fantasy.When I ... Read full review

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The four children who had no parents had to run away to the new forest.For, they were pursued by soliders.Therefore, they started a new life style in the forest.I think it is difiicult, but they had ... Read full review

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