The Cradle Of The Deep



[PDF / Epub] ☉ The Cradle Of The Deep By Joan Lowell – E17streets4all.co.uk 1929 Lowell's narrative of her exciting story about her sea voyage and exploration of jungles in Central America The book begins She ain't any water rat ma'm She's a girl flower she is with the tropic Of The Epub ß Lowell's narrative of her exciting story about her sea voyage and exploration of jungles in Central America The book begins She ain't any water rat ma'm She's a girl flower she is with the tropic heavens fer a hothouse and the scoldin' of the storm fer her when she's bad An' she knows all that The Cradle PDF/EPUB or we sailormen know all the good 'cause no one of us ever let her hear nothin' else.The Cradle Of The Deep

Of The Epub ß .

The Cradle Of The Deep ePUB Ã Cradle Of The  PDF/EPUB
  • Paperback
  • 268 pages
  • The Cradle Of The Deep
  • Joan Lowell
  • English
  • 24 August 2014
  • 9781417916672

10 thoughts on “The Cradle Of The Deep

  1. says:

    Later proved to be a total fiction Joan Lowell documented her 'real life' adventures aboard her father's tallship at the turn of the century It's a beautiful poignant coming of age story that has remained one of my favorites since I was a young child

  2. says:

    WOW My grandma gave me this book for my birthday when I was six That my Friend was the start of loving books for me

  3. says:

    One of my grandmother's favorite books I have her 1929 copy when it was a bestseller I loved reading about the true life adventures of a young girl raised at sea aboard her father's ship

  4. says:

    The story was a little over the top By the time Joan reached the age of about 15 having supposedly been aboard a ship filled with sailors from the time she was 11 months old it was a little difficult to believe that she was as totally naive as she claimed to be I actually bought the book for the totally brilliant illustrations by Kurt Wiese

  5. says:

    I first read this close to 40 years ago but remembered it fondly so thought I'd read it again And it's still enjoyable Memoir of a girl's life on a turn of the century sailing ship Father took her at age 11 months and treated her like any other sailor There she stayed until a ship fire and sinking took their vessel when she was 17 She claimed to have had a pretty coarse life and could swear 4 minutes without repetition Was afraid of adult women as she'd had no experience with them HOWEVER I later found out that this autobiography was a complete fabrication But it is still enjoyable reading

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *