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The Little Swiss Wood Carver

Book Description
1929. Photographic illustrations made in Switzerland by the Author. Brandeis, producer of motion pictures, writes about Swiss Seppi in this book for children. Contents: To Be Swiss; Seppi; An Order and a Story; Joseph Carves; Seppi's Trial; Switzerland's History; More About Switzerland; The Devil's Bridge; Seppi's Carving; Alone; The Little Wood-Carver; and Good-Bye to His Home.
Book Information
PublisherKessinger Publishing Company
BindingPaperback (30 editions)
Reading LevelYoung Adults
# of Pages164
Publication Date06/25/2004
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About Madeline Brandeis (Author) : Madeline Brandeis is a published author of children's books and young adult books. Some of the published credits of Madeline Brandeis include The little Swiss wood-carver, Shaun O'Day of Ireland.
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