3 edition of Robert rows the river. found in the catalog.
Robert rows the river.
A young English boy finds adventure and friendship as he roams the river near his home.
|Statement||Written and illustrated by Carolyn Haywood.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||191|
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Robert is a 9 year old boy whose house is situated on the banks of the Thames, which means that every school day he has to row across the river to be picked up for classes and on holidays he can paddle around in Robert rows the river.
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Robert Rows the River (Weekly Reader Children's Book Club). Robert, age 9, lives along the banks of the Thames River. To get to school, he must row across the river to get to school. During the summer Robert has the use of the row boat to go up and down the river.
â€œRobert Rows the Riverâ€ is about Robertâ€™s summer and all the friends he makes along the way. Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published.
Robert rows the river by Carolyn Haywood; 3 editions; First published in ; Subjects: Boats and boating, Friendship, River life, Fiction, Juvenile fiction; Places: England.
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Robert's parents taught him to row from a young age and he loved to row up and down the Thames in England near London. While on the river Robert discovered new adventures, new friends and new treasures from a carved lion, a monkey a young Romany boy named Aaron, and helps solve a mystery of who stole the new sailboat.
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