Scholastic, 2001 - 125 oldal
Nim loves her island home and the animals she shares it with even while her scientist father is away doing research, but trouble is on the way and a new e-mail friend could be the only one who can help.
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One was for a spyglass, one for a whorly, whistling shell, and one for a fat red
pocketknife in a sheath. With the spyglass at her eye, she watched her father's
boat. It sailed out through the reef to the deeper dark ocean, and Jack turned to
The breeze whistled through the cracks in the walls, and there was no comforting
noise of Jack humming to himself or turning pages. Nim felt excited and brave
and a tiny bit afraid, but the second chapter of Mountain Madness was even more
whistled for Fred — Fred liked going wherever Nim went, especially places
where Selkie couldn't follow. He curled spikily around her neck and they towed
the wagon across the grassland, up to the tangled vines and ferns of the rain
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LibraryThing ReviewFelhasználói ismertető - amandabock - LibraryThing
Again, I have no idea why this was on my to-read list. It appeared with many others at the library with my name on it, so I figure I read about it somewhere. Perhaps because the movie came out this ... Teljes értékelés elolvasása
Delightful childrens book. Easy enough chapters for when your kiddos are over Magic Treehouse. Although the main character is a strong independent female my two sons found this book inspiring and enjoyed imagining how to survive and thrive on a deserted island. Teljes értékelés elolvasása