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Tom Playfair; or Making a Start

Tom Playfair; or Making a Start by Francis J. Finn
By: (1859-1928)

In "Tom Playfair; or Making a Start" by Francis J. Finn, readers are taken on a charming journey filled with adventure, moral lessons, and heartwarming moments. The story follows young Tom Playfair as he navigates the challenges of growing up and finding his place in the world. Through his experiences at school, with friends, and in his community, Tom learns valuable lessons about honesty, perseverance, and the importance of faith.

Finn's writing is engaging and easy to follow, making it a perfect read for younger audiences. The character development throughout the book is well done, and readers will find themselves rooting for Tom as he faces various obstacles and triumphs. The themes of friendship, loyalty, and self-discovery are prevalent throughout the story, making it a relatable and enjoyable read for readers of all ages.

Overall, "Tom Playfair; or Making a Start" is a heartwarming tale that teaches important life lessons while also providing entertainment and enjoyment. I highly recommend this book to anyone looking for a wholesome and uplifting read.

Book Description:

Tom Playfair; Or Making a Start is a book by a Roman Catholic priest, originally published in 1890, and written for youth ages 9-12.

The story opens with 10-year-old Tom Playfair being quite a handful for his well-meaning but soft-hearted aunt. (Tom's mother has died.) Mr. Playfair decides to ship his son off to St. Maure's boarding school — an all-boys academy run by Jesuits — to shape him up, as well as to help him make a good preparation for his upcoming First Communion. Tom is less than enthusiastic, but his adventures are just about to begin: life at St. Maure's will not be dull.


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