Done Crabbin': Noah Leaves the River


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In his nationally acclaimed The Lord's Oysters, Gilbert Byron told the story of a young boy growing up on Maryland's Eastern Shore in the early twentieth century. Noah Marlin is older now, as Byron takes up his tale of Chesapeake watermen and their families in this sequel to his beloved classic. In Done Crabbin' Noah's world has begun to change as life on the river becomes less important than life in the town. He's shocked to discover his fifth-grade teacher, the yellow-haired Miss Bertie, parked in a buggy on a back road ...

Done Crabbin': Noah Leaves the River 2000, Johns Hopkins University Press, Baltimore

ISBN-13: 9780801865282

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Done Crabbin': Noah Leaves the River 1990, Johns Hopkins University Press, Baltimore, MD

ISBN-13: 9780801839887