They Found a Cave

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They Found a Cave

They Found a Cave By Nan Chauncy They Found a Cave Some adventurous children run away from unpopular guardians to live in a cave in the Tasmanian bush where they meet a bushman they nick name Mad Dad and discover an unusual treasure

  • Title: They Found a Cave
  • Author: Nan Chauncy
  • ISBN: 9780140321869
  • Page: 479
  • Format: None
  • They Found a Cave By Nan Chauncy Some adventurous children run away from unpopular guardians to live in a cave in the Tasmanian bush, where they meet a bushman they nick name Mad Dad and discover an unusual treasure.
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    1. Sally906 on said:

      Written in 1947 THEY FOUND A CAVE is a story of four children, Nigel, Cherry, Brickenden Brick and Anthony Nippy who have been sent from war torn England by their parents to live in safety with their Aunt Jandie in rural Tasmania in 1939 Their arrival is greeted with enthusiasm by young farm boy Tas, whose mother Ma Pinner and step father Pa Pinner work on Aunt Jandie s property as the housekeeper and general hand Tas is not well treated and he loves having kids near his age to interact with Whi [...]

    2. Jennifer (JC-S) on said:

      Hollow Tree was a fine mark on the landscape Four children, Nigel, Cherry, Brickenden Brick and Anthony Nippy have been sent from England to live with their Aunt Jandie in rural Tasmania after war broke out in 1939 They make friends with Tas Pinner, whose mother Ma Pinner and step father Pa Pinner work on Aunt Jandie s property For now, it s the summer holidays, and while the children have chores to attend to around the farm, they have plenty of time to explore the bush with Tas.But Aunt Jandie [...]

    3. Kerry on said:

      This is the first book I can ever remember reading I got it from the Glen Dhu Primary School library on my first day of grade 3 in 1965 and I have been hooked on reading ever since A great story about kids in the Tasmanian bush.

    4. Khee on said:

      I really wish I d read this as a kid How did I not know about it I would have loved the adventure, and longed for my own secret cave Still enjoyed the read, but not as much as my younger self would have

    5. Colleen Stone on said:

      The rating I have given this book is in comparison to the five stars I gave Tangara by the same author Yes, I guess it may also reflect the fact that I read the book only recently in a fit of nostalgia or that Chauncy may have intended it for an audience largely of boys I loved the retro feel of life in a simpler time and I know it is asking too much of a writer in the fifties to be seen as politically correct in the 21st Century, but there were moments where I felt uncomfortable with the cultur [...]

    6. Text Publishing on said:

      Another Australian treasure from the Text Classics series The story is a cracking one Weekend Herald This is a good read As an adult, rediscovering this book, I enjoyed it for the pleasure of Chauncy s descriptions, and the reminders that attitudes have changed M C Reviews

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