Out for Fun (Round the World Library No. 41)

By: Hemyng, Bracebridge

Price: $17.95

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Pictorial wraps, 216 pp. plus ads. Spine somewhat creased and slightly slanted, minor edge wear, a little rubbing, owner's name on title page. 2 pp in front and 8 pp at back that have lists of this & other Street & Smith series, including the Western Library (Ted Strong), [Frank] Merriwell Series, Sports Stories, [Horatio] Alger Series, and Adventure Library. A nice copy.

This is No. 41 in the Round the World Library and was likely published in mid 1926, previously published as No. 141 in Street & Ssmith's Bound to Win Library.
"Every reader, young and old, has heard of Jack Harkaway. His remarkable adventures in out-of-the-way corners of the globe are really classics, and every one should read them.
"Jack is a splendid, manly character, full of life and strength and curiosity. He has a number of very interesting companions - Professor Mole, for instance, who is very funny. He also has some very strange enemies, who are anything but funny.
"Get interested in Jack. It will pay you. "; 6¾" - 7¾" Tall

Title: Out for Fun (Round the World Library No. 41)

Author Name: Hemyng, Bracebridge

Categories: Thriller / Espionage, Children's Books: Vintage,

Publisher: New York, Street & Smith: 1926

Binding: Trade Paperback

Book Condition: Good

Seller ID: 005129

Keywords: Adventure Fiction Young Adult Jack Harkaway (fictitious Character)