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 ...
Mit mondanak mások - Írjon ismertetőt
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
LibraryThing ReviewFelhasználói ismertető - kaitanya64 - LibraryThing
A fun read, with a heroine who is not only brave and resourceful, but helps a shy woman to develop her own inner resources. It is entertaining and touching in parts, especially for girls and mothers ... Teljes értékelés elolvasása