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Summary Coot Club (Swallows and s Series)

Ur sailing about the waters of East Anglia” –Daily Mail “There is satisfactory realism about all that happens to the Coot Club and the atmosphere and detail of the odd part of England where they navigate are conveyed with a charm and accuracy that only this author perhaps could bring to bear” –Guardian. Pure nostalgia for me Loved the book as much this time round as much as I did when I read my brother s copy 60 years ago Arthur Ransome was an environmentalist before it became fashionable My lasting regret is that I didn t get to see the Norfolk Broads when I was in the UK 16 years ago

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Coot Club (Swallows and s Series)

It all started with a coot’s nest Dorothy and Dick meet Tom Dodgeon Port and Starboard and three pirate salvagers – all members of the “Coot Club” Bird Protection Society When one of the coot’s nests is disturbed by a shipful of “Hullabaloos” – rude holiday boaters – trouble begins Frantic chas. Really I like all of the series with Missy Lee and Peter Duck at the bottom of my personal list It s so nice to have them on kindle as well as in paper I would give this 5 stars for my paper copyUnfortunately the Kindle edition does not include the illustrations although the captions are included Also the table of contents is not live nor are the footnotes Bad show folks

Arthur Ransome ☆ 6 review

Es calamitous boat collisions and near drownings fill the pages of this exciting fifth addition to Ransome’s classic children’s series “This exciting story of the Norfolk Broads is definitely the best Mr Ransome has written It is genuine adventure and yet there is not an incident which could not easily occ. Recommended as a good read by the late Phil Bolger I was excited to find it available on Phil shared that it had captured his imagination at age 10 and was still a good read at age 80 I couldn t agree I m looking forward to sharing the book with my grandsons while sailing


13 thoughts on “Coot Club (Swallows and s Series)

  1. says:

    Fortunately we're reading them in order, so we knew the D's from Winter Holiday. Otherwise I'd have been kind o

  2. says:

    Really, I like all of the series with "Missy Lee" and "Peter Duck" at the bottom of my personal list. It's so nice to have them on kindle, as well as in paper. I would give this 5 stars, for my paper copy.

    Unfortunately, the Kindle edition does not include the illustrations, although the captions are included! Also, the table of contents is not live, nor are the footnotes. Bad show, folks.

  3. says:

    A couple of children are asked to spend the last days of their holiday with an older friend of their mothers who has rented a sailboat. they make friends, learn about sailin, rowing and taking care of their boat from kids their own age who have grown up on the water. Great pace, good tension.management and ver

  4. says:

    A great adventure book set on the Norfolk Broads in England. This book is part of the Swallows city people are causing distress to the general boating population and in particular the Coot Club who are concerned when the city people moor over a rare birds nest. High adventure starts with boats being cast adrift up and down the river. Things escalate and the police are no help solving the crimes so its up to the coot clu

  5. says:

    This book transported me to the rivers, and life on the Norfolk Broads. The people are all
    very friendly (except for the rowdy townsfolk who don't belong) and the boys' skill in their boats seemed to be real. The story unfolds along the rivers and broads, with beautiful scenery and
    Ransome's knowledge of the area bringing it all to life. The main character Tom feels he has no
    option but to undo the moorings of the nois

  6. says:

    Recommended as a good read by the late Phil Bolger, I was excited to find it available on. Phil shared that it had captured his imagination at age 10 and was still 'a good read' at age 80. I couldn't agree. I'm looking forward to sh

  7. says:

    This book has no mention of the s or the Swallows, but it does give us in the way of the D's introduced in the previous book. Dick and Dot become able bodied seamen at the end of a very enjoyable adventure river cruising. :)

  8. says:

    Pure nostalgia for me. Loved the book as much this time round as much as I did when I read my brother's copy 60 years ago. Arthur Ransome was an environmentalist before it became fashionable. My lasting regret is that I didn't get to see the

  9. says:

    After reading this book I HAD to visit Norfolk and sail a yacht. And I did 62 years ago. I went with a school party but I was one of the few to fully apreciate the journey because we sailed past all the places mentioned in the story. My shipmates did not even notice the black sheep on the lawn of Horning Vicarage or recognise the stump of a windmill as being built in the ruins of St Benets Abbey. The mysterie

  10. says:

    I had not read Coot Club for about 65 years but it is of course just as I remember it. The magical Norfolk Broads, Arthur Ransome's encyclopeadic knowledge of boats, fishing, bird watching and his hatred of egg collectors are all there. If he

  11. says:

    This is my favourite Ransome story. I live in Norfolk and have lived near Beccles. The Broads are magical and still much as described in the book. As I read I can visualise the places.The story is as enjoyable now as it was 50 years ago when I first read it.Thank you Arthur Ransome.

  12. says:

    Arthur Ransome writes so well for children it would seem of ALL ages I thoroughly enjoyed reading it again after so many years. I can recommend

  13. says:

    This book was delivered on time in good condition. Thank you. The series of books by Arthur Ransome is excellent. It's a pity many of todays youngsters do not have the same freedom and space to have adventures.

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