The Cave Girl

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Grosset & Dunlap, 1925 - Children's literature - 323 pages
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Review: The Cave Girl

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What a delightful discovery--an ERB I hadn't read. Many things to fix, and painted with a broad, occasionally cringe-worthy brush. But all in all a good read, fun, interesting, evocative & loved the flat-footed confusion at the idea of a spear. Read full review

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Story: Waldo Emerson Smith-Jones is swept off the ship he was traveling on and washes ashore on an uncharted island. Due to the fact that he is a bookworm and was helicoptered-parented by his mother ... Read full review

Contents

CHAPTER PAGE I Flotsam i
1
The Wild People
14
The Little Eden
24
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