Yesterday I read an interesting little book that I had been wanting to read for awhile. Some of you may remember a post the I wrote about Fun on the Farm.
However, I knew that I would have to request it from another library as my local library system did not have a copy.
It was not easy getting a copy of the book as very few libraries had a copy. From several libraries I would make a request and all of a sudden it would be put on the do not lend list.
The copy that I finally tracked down does not look the same, but most likely it was rebound with a stronger binding by a library. The cover looks like it may be a generic library binding image, and the title is stamped on the spine.
You also see a list of some of the other books that were written by Maxwell. He was a Seventh Day Adventist and wrote 112 books. He was know as Uncle Arthur and many of his books were for children.
The book is about a young boy who solves a mystery about good deeds that are being done with no logical explanation as to how they are accomplished. The book is set in Scotland and does involve a cave.
However, I will not say anymore as I don’t want to give away the plot.
It was really interesting to read a book that I know my Dad read when he was young.
p.s. Go visit my post Fun on the Farm to see a picture of my Dad riding a cow.