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    Great story

    It's one of those books that you know that you should have read when you were a child, but because you were up to the thinks that are in the book as a child you never got round to reading it. I believe is a great story of life in the late 1920,s and early 30,s and I could not put the book down until I had finished reading the whole story.
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    I really love the photos In the book so inspiring and so ancient on the adventure great book by Arthur Ransome hopthey make a movie!
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    Read the entire series.

    We are retired and into our second childhood. Ransome's books keep it all very real. A sun on a sometimes cloudy horizon. They are filled with life lessons for the young and old.
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    Masterpiece for Teenagers

    I must have been less than ten years old when I first encountered 'Swallows and Amazons'. It was at Dartington Hall, where my sister was teaching before going to university, that I joined a young class to whom she read the first chapter, and I never forgot it. Some years passed before I came across the book again, but that first contact has lived on in my memory for more than eighty years and is still vivid to this day. 'Roger, aged seven,' opens a magical landscape of the Lake District, a serious study of small boat sailing and the portrait of two families of children, lovingly let loose by their mothers ong
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