Paul the Peddler

Paul the Peddler

Paul the Peddler

Horatio Jr. Alger

10,36 €
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Editorial:
Wildside Press
Año de edición:
2005
ISBN:
9781557424303
10,36 €
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Young Paul is determined to win a better life for his mother, and he sets out on a whirlwind of entrepreneurial jobs to try to make a good living. From selling candy packages outside the post office to neckties from a cart, he will try his hand at anything to turn a profit. A rousing tale of moral triumph and free trade, 'Paul the Peddler' is Horatio Alger at his best.

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