Their Island Home the later adventures of the Swiss Family Robinson by Jules Verne 1924 Grosset & Dunlap

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Explore the untold escapades of the beloved Swiss Family Robinson with Their Island Home penned by the imaginative Jules Verne. Published in 1924 by Grosset & Dunlap, this extension of Robinson's tale escorts readers back to the wild yet splendid isolation of the island, unfolding a narrative of endurance, ingenuity, and colonization that echoes the pioneering spirit of the age.


  • Title: Their Island Home: The Later Adventures of the Swiss Family Robinson
  • Publication Date: 1924
  • Publisher: Grosset & Dunlap
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Pages: 272
  • Dimensions: 8x6x1
  • Language: English
  • Condition: Wear on book boards, spotting on spine, as shown in the photos.

Key Elements:

Embark on a novel voyage with the Robinson family as they further entwine their lives with the mysterious island, each page holding a fresh adventure, challenges surmounted, and the gradual transformation of a desolate island into a burgeoning colony.

The narrative is a homage to human resilience and the inexorable pull of discovery, mirroring the contemporary ethos of exploration and colonization that characterized the early 20th century.

This book is a sterling addition to the collections of Jules Verne aficionados, vintage book enthusiasts, or anyone entranced by tales of exploration and the boundless capacity of human ingenuity.

Journey further into the inexhaustible imagination of Jules Verne, exploring the vast array of adventures that span the depths of the ocean to the stars.


While relishing "Their Island Home", consider reading the article "How To Carefully Read the Old Books in Your Collection" to ensure the longevity of this and other cherished books in your vintage collection.


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In Summation:

Their Island Home is not merely a continuation of a cherished tale but a journey into the heart of human curiosity and the indomitable spirit of adventure, making it a worthy and inspiring addition to your vintage collection.

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