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The Village That Slept (1965)

by Monique Peyrouton De Ladebat

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I remember reading this as a child. I loved that the children became so self sufficient. I was glad that when rescued they were able to retain some of their independence and connection. As an adult I saw holes that were not apparent when I was a kid. I love Margery Gill's illustrations. I think they were the reason I picked the book up as a youth. ( )
  njcur | Sep 13, 2014 |
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The girl opened her eyes and tried to make out her surroundings.
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Children's adventure story about a boy, a girl and a baby who found themselves marooned together on a mountain wilderness with no idea who they were or how they arrived there. Two youngsters find themselves stranded with an infant near a deserted village high on a desolate mountain.
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