Robb White Message Board
Bobby Jimmerson posts on 11/22/2007 11:06:20 PM
I have a book, Flight into oblivion, by A.J. Hanna, published by Barnes & Noble, 1938 and 1959. On the inside of the jacket is a write-up about Robb White, on the other inside of the jacket is a write-up about the author, A. J. Hanna. I find no connection with Robb White and this book. I'm just wondering. Thank you, Bobby Jimmerson
nicole posts on 11/20/2007 9:04:53 PM
I have a question about ben i need to know all about him like his personality
Tom posts on 10/18/2007 11:36:50 PM
I,m doing a book report on this but i'm to lazy to read the book
Tyson posts on 8/20/2007 10:08:20 AM
Mr. White once described a kind of boat that was once used along the eastern upper gulf coast that had the motor up front..some kind of net or seine was used...anyone know what issue of MAIB that might have been in,or know anything about that kind of boat?
Much obliged for any help.
margarite d'arsinoe posts on 8/11/2007 10:34:45 PM
hi there, i am a niece of Robb White's. i just now found this place..today [aug.11] is day that Robb's brother [my papa] John , died. makes me so happy to see all you readers out there !!! BLESS YOU ALL xxxxxx margarite d'arsinoe
vaburdick posts on 3/18/2007 5:55:44 PM
Just read 'How To Build A Tin Canoe'
most of it outloud to my non-book-reading boyfriend ~ we both agree this would make a SUPERB MOVIE!
Something in the venue of 'Christmas Story'...there's a lot of water on this planet...a whole lot of folks would go! Just Do It!
Byaaah Byaaah Byaaah Byaaah posts on 1/9/2007 10:36:03 AM
This is a very good book and i hope he writes a sequal and prelude to this book because i am totally in love with this book it has changed my life for the better and i thank Rob White for all his help. I would also like to thank all the other posts that are posted here because they are worded extremely well and make alot of since. Thank you and good day
Mike posts on 12/12/2006 11:14:05 AM
ok you guys are a bunch of duesh bags for posting blogs on a book but anyways i think you guys need to get a like seriosly
me posts on 11/27/2006 4:02:27 PM
so basically i didnt read half this book but im doing a book report on it anyways. pretty sweet huh
Mr O posts on 11/21/2006 4:12:50 PM
Our class is reading "Deathwatch" and having a very difficult time visualizing the rock formation described in pages 100-119 of the book. Does someone know a way to describe it all together and/or could provide a diagram?
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