Scholastic, 1999 - 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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Fred was an iguana, spiky as a dragon, with a cheerful snub nose. He twined
round Nim's feet in a prickly hug. "Are you saying good morning," Nim demanded,
"or just begging for breakfast?" Fred stared at the coconuts. He was a very honest
she cried — and Alex, who had never seen anything quite as ugly and wonderful
as a marine iguana, said, "I'm sorry I called you a poodle." Following Fred was
something that looked like a big bag with something else behind it — and that ...
An iguana. An island. And e-mail. Meet Nim — a modern-day Robinson Crusoe!
She can chop down bananas with a jne can cnop uown vmicuiu^ witu a. machete
, climb tall palm trees, and start a fire with a piece of glass. So she's not afraid ...
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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