Peter Nielsen is a boy American boys and their sisters and their cousins and their aunts will immediately like. He was a Danish peasant youngster who lived and worked on Denmark’s dairy farms, who came to know and love the animals in its barns and fields, who learned to swim and fish in its icy fjords. Peter’s story--one of fun and adventure, of like in a loving family, of doubts, disappointments, and at last, of a hope come true in a journey to America--is an authentic account of the author’s own experiences. Niels Thorpe today, thirty years after the events of this absorbing tale, is head swimming coach at the University of Minnesota.
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