In this dramatic historical tale by Captain Marryat, a woodsman learns that soldiers searching for King Charles are planning to burn down the home of the Beverley orphans, he saves the children and rears as his own grandchildren in a small cottage in the woods. But can aristocratic children who are used to be served adapt to the life of a simple woodsman?
With its themes of chivalry and bravery, this early historical novel has captivated readers for generations. This beautiful Living Book Press edition contains the original Paul Hardy illustrations throughout the book.
264 pages, paperback
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