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Call it courage

Author: Armstrong Sperry
Publisher: New York, NY Simon Pulse ©1940.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Fiction : EnglishView all editions and formats
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A young boy named Mafatu whose name means Stout Heart, is called a coward by his people because of his fear of the sea that killed his mother when he was a baby. So at ten years of age he can no longer bear the taunts and in his canoe paddles out to sea to face his fear.
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Genre/Form: Fiction
Material Type: Fiction
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Armstrong Sperry
ISBN: 0606004408 9780606004404
OCLC Number: 696502517
Awards: 1941 Newbery Medal Winner.
Description: 116 pages 19 cm
Responsibility: Armstrong Sperry.

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A young boy named Mafatu whose name means Stout Heart, is called a coward by his people because of his fear of the sea that killed his mother when he was a baby. So at ten years of age he can no longer bear the taunts and in his canoe paddles out to sea to face his fear.

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