Brave and Bold

Brave and Bold Purchase one of st World Library s Classic Books and help support our free internet library of downloadable eBooks Visit us online at stWorldLibrary The main schoolroom in the Millville Academy was

  • Title: Brave and Bold
  • Author: Horatio Alger Jr.
  • ISBN: 9781421814520
  • Page: 140
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Purchase one of 1st World Library s Classic Books and help support our free internet library of downloadable eBooks Visit us online at 1stWorldLibrary The main schoolroom in the Millville Academy was brilliantly lighted, and the various desks were occupied by boys and girls of different ages from ten to eighteen, all busily writing under the general directionPurchase one of 1st World Library s Classic Books and help support our free internet library of downloadable eBooks Visit us online at 1stWorldLibrary The main schoolroom in the Millville Academy was brilliantly lighted, and the various desks were occupied by boys and girls of different ages from ten to eighteen, all busily writing under the general direction of Professor George W Granville, Instructor in Plain and Ornamental Penmanship Professor Granville, as he styled himself, was a traveling teacher, and generally had two or three evening schools in progress in different places at the same time He was really a very good penman, and in a course of twelve lessons, for which he charged the very moderate price of a dollar, not, of course, inclu ding stationery, he contrived to impart considerable instruction, and such pupils as chose to learn were likely to profit by his instructions His venture in Millville had been unusually successful There were a hundred pupils on his list, and there had been no disturbance during the course of lessons.

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    1. Brave and Bold!!!!!Brave and Bold he is!!!!!!!!!!!! A great adventure beyond a little town!!!!!!! Little ones can do big thing too. Whether rich or poor,be thankful for what you have and live for the Lord!!!!!!! A great story to read,especially for boys who want to be great men.

    2. Genre: rags to riches, Summary: Robert Rushton is a handsome, well-liked young boy whose father went missing at sea two years ago. To support his mother, Robert went to work at the village factory. Robert earns the enmity of his fellow classmate, Halbert Davis, son of the well-to-do factory owner. Halbert makes his father fire Robert because Halbert is jealous of the attention a girl gives Robert instead of him. Robert is sad to lose his job because he has to support his mother. He is very indus [...]

    3. This book is the story of Robert Rushton. His father, a sea captain, has been disappeared since he went on a voyage two years earlier. He has problems of his own as a young teenager. The son of the superintendent where he works is jealous of him and tries to lord his superiority over him. Young Robert who seems doomed to a life of poverty never gives up hope and his honesty and bravery are rewarded as he goes along. I definitely recommend this to young boys who will see that honesty and bravery [...]

    4. Loved it. An old childhood favorite from my father's library. A fun read. I like Robert and the way the ending works out. Fun and nightmare for a weekend read.

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