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The Story of the Treasure Seekers by E. Nesbit - Ernest Benn 1932


Title: The Story of the Treasure Seekers
Author: E. Nesbit
Publisher: Ernest Benn
Publication Date: 1932
Format: Hardcover
Condition: This book is in good condition for its age. The covers and spine are worn, faded and have markings. There is a small inscription on the free endpaper. The pages are yellowing with some age spots and markings.

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Reader's note

The adventures of the Bastable children in attempting to restore the family fortunes begin with the simple idea of digging in the back garden, and lead to many novel situations - they write poetry and sell it to a Fleet Street editor; they waylay a famous Peer on Blackheath and are very nearly charged with blackmail; they attempt to become agents for a wine merchant; they call on a moneylender; they play with a Royal Princess in Greenwich Park… But these are merely the incidents of the story; it is the way it is told and the delightful and homely touches of their family life that give this book its immortal appeal.