By Robert Ruark. This companion to the classic "The Old Man and the Boy" follows the boy's exploits into manhood and shows how the lessons the old man taught him stuck with him for life. First published in 1957. 320 Pages - Softcover
Publisher: Henry Holt and Company Date of Publication: First published in 1957 Number of Pages: 320
Summary of Material:
A companion piece to the classic "The Old Man and the Boy" following the boy's exploits into manhood and showing how the lessons the old man taught him stuck with him for life.
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