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Bobby of the Labrador

Dillon Wallace

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Book Excerpt: 
. . .This was a date when the autumn seal hunt would be finished, and the sea ice would be formed, when Abel might go to Nain with the dogs and bring back some sweets or other surprise.

Upon this reckoning Bobby was eight and Jimmy was twelve years of age when the two lads had their first real adventure together. It was in the spring. A westerly wind had cleared the bay of ice, and Abel and Skipper Ed had gone north in the big boat two days before for the spring seal hunt, and were not expected back for a fortnight. Jimmy, during Skipper Ed's absence, was stopping with Bobby and Mrs. Abel as usual, and the two boys were out bright and early to haul a trout net which was set in the mouth of a river which flowed into the bay not far away.

It was one of those ideal days which come now and again to that northern country in spring, as though to emphasize by contrast the fact that the long bleak winter is over. The sun shone brilliantly and the rippling waves of th. . . Read More

Community Reviews

A derelict boat containing a dead body and a three year old boy is discovered just off Itigailit Island, Labrador, by an Eskimo couple. They bury the dead man, retaining some papers of his which they couldn't read. The boy called himself Bobby, but knew little else.

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