2 edition of Young readers sports stories found in the catalog.
Young readers sports stories
A. L. Furman
Play ball, by C. Coombs.-Ginger quill, by G. W. Conway.-Tackle trouble, by C. Coombs.-Caleb Collins, skipper, by A. I. Mayer.- Soap box derby, by C. Coombs.-The magic bat, by C. Philbrook.-Backyard basketeer, by C Coombs.- Beach tenderfoot, by M. Barnes.-The good sport, by C. Coombs.-Randall now batting, by J. F. Hayes.
|Statement||edited by David Thomas (pseud.) Illustrated by Richard Osborne.|
|Series||Young readers bookshelf|
|LC Classifications||PZ5.F97 Ys|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||189|
|LC Control Number||50014012|
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