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The Preposterous Adventures of Swimmer (edition 1973)

by Alexander Key, Andrew Snyder (Cover)

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Title:The Preposterous Adventures of Swimmer
Authors:Alexander Key
Other authors:Andrew Snyder (Cover)
Info:Philadelphia: Westminster Press. c1973. 128 p. ; 22 cm.
Collections:Your library, Ether, Childhood Favorites
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Tags:science fiction, children, children's, talking animals, otters, friends, dogs, escape, hunters, childhood favorite, library jacket, medium hardback, Bookcase 6-2

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A talking river otter escapes from captivity, experiences perilous adventures with some cruel humans, and resolves the problems of various troubled people and animals.
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