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Shanghaied to China: Hudson Taylor (Trailblazer Books #9) (1993)

by Dave Jackson, Neta Jackson

Other authors: Julian Jackson (Illustrator)

Series: Trailblazer Books (9)

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When he is taken aboard a ship bound for China, twelve-year-old Neil Thompson is befriended by Hudson Taylor and shares adventures with him during the voyage and in China, where Taylor sets up a mission.

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I awoke in a strange bed, and then it came to me: it was September 19, 1853, and I was in Liverpool, England.
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