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The Errand Boy

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File Size: 255 KB
Print Length: 262 pages
Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1542866162
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Publication Date: May 17, 2012
Language: English
ASIN: B0084B8H6G
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“This book is a typical Horatio Alger. It is a simplistic and moralistic tale of a young man to which bad has been done, and who does good (and does well) in return. A 'Sunday School' story of the type popular just before my time, it has more good in ...”