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Famousharbors
Famousharbors

Famous Harbors of the World by Eugene F. Moran, Sr. 1953 HB

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Estimated to arrive by Thu, Dec 20th. Details
$3.60 via USPS Media Mail (2 to 9 business days) to United States

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Other Children & Young Adults

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Condition:

Fair

Format:

Hardcover

Category:

History

Edition Description:

Activity Book

Publisher:

Random House

Dustjacket:

No

Age Level:

Ages 9 - 12

Author:

Eugene F. Moran, Sr.

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More than a week ago

Item number:

3422902

Item description

FAMOUS HARBORS of the World By Eugene F. Moran, Sr. Illustrated by Elton C. Fax Ex-Library Book. Copyright:: 1953. No Edition Stated. Published by: Gateway Books. Random House. 100 Pages. Book Boards Are In Fair condition with some light edge shelf wear. Follett Library Binding. Has had the library page library pocket removed. Pages Are Intact Tight with several light soiling spots. Nl Dustjacket From the Flyleaf piece glued on the back inside board Fog in the harbor! "Toot, toot!" screams a little tugboat. "Whoo, whoo!" bellows an ocean liner. Then the foghorn cuts through the thick mist with its warning voice. All the whistles mean something, and this harbor language is spoken in every port on the globe. Here you will learn a great deal about the gateways to some of the great cities on four continents. What makes a good harbor? The way the land is formed, the depth of the channel, the tidal range, the weather. Mother Nature did not always create a perfect harbor. Did you know, for instance, that the harbor of Liverpool was literally man-made? Englishmen dredged tons of mud from the river, and set a white tower "traffic cop" to guide ships by radar through the fog. Bales of wool and carloads of wheat go through the harbor of Sydney, Australia, nearly every day of the week. But on Saturdays there are exciting yacht races on the dazzling blue water of this "Down Under" harbor. In the harbor of Hong Kong several hundred thousand people live on boats. The flags of all nations meet here, and Chinese shops on narrow streets nudge a skyscraper. The Big Port is New York, where the Statue of Liberty welcomes the traveler to the American continent. Join Mr. Moran on his tour of these great harbors and see what fun you'll have! Shippiing Handling for International Priority Mail is 17.00
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