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A Message to the Sea

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ANYONE COULD SEND A MESSAGE IN A BOTTLE. BUT WHEN THE SEA STARTED WRITING BACK TO YOU, THAT WAS SPECIAL. AND EVEN A LITTLE TERRIF... Weiterlesen
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Klappentext ANYONE COULD SEND A MESSAGE IN A BOTTLE. BUT WHEN THE SEA STARTED WRITING BACK TO YOU, THAT WAS SPECIAL. AND EVEN A LITTLE TERRIFYING. It's been a year since Tom Pellow's dad was lost at sea, but it's hard to accept that he's really gone. There's no grave to mark where his ship sank, with no survivors, far away across the ocean. Tom is drawn to the water, intrigued by the secrets it holds. So he starts writing messages in bottles, and sending them out on the tide. He doesn't really expect a reply - but sometime hope is all you need. A charming and beautifully written story about grief, hope and miracles. Zusammenfassung There's no telling who might write back . . . It's been a year since Tom Pellow's dad was lost at sea. He was a sailor and Tom also finds himself drawn to the vast ocean; it holds so many possibilities, dangers and secrets. After hearing a song on the radio, Tom decides to write a message in a bottle, and throw it out into the sea. To 'cast his bread upon the waters'. He doesn't really expect to hear back, but Tom keeps writing anyway, sending messages out on the tide and searching the waves for a reply. One day he finds one. It's a letter that seems to be from a ghost, deep down in Davy Jones's Locker - and the writer has a shocking answer to Tom's question. But if Tom's dad didn't perish at sea, where is he? A charming and beautifully written story about grief, hope and miracles.

Sympathetically writen, dealing with issues such as mourning, hope, expectation and belief and can be recommended

Vorwort
There's no telling who might write back . . .

Autorentext
Alex Shearer was born in Wick, in the far North of Scotland. He has written several TV series, stage plays, radio plays and comedy scripts. Moving into writing for children, his novels BOOTLEG and THE GREATEST STORE IN THE WORLD were adapted for television by the BBC, and his 2003 novel THE SPEED OF THE DARK was shortlisted for the Guardian Children's Fiction Prize. He has previously published THE CLOUD HUNTERS, SKY RUN and THE MINISTRY OF GHOSTS with Hot Key Books. Alex lives in Somerset and is married with two grown-up children.

Zusammenfassung

There's no telling who might write back . . .

It's been a year since Tom Pellow's dad was lost at sea. He was a sailor and Tom also finds himself drawn to the vast ocean; it holds so many possibilities, dangers and secrets. After hearing a song on the radio, Tom decides to write a message in a bottle, and throw it out into the sea. To 'cast his bread upon the waters'. He doesn't really expect to hear back, but Tom keeps writing anyway, sending messages out on the tide and searching the waves for a reply.
One day he finds one. It's a letter that seems to be from a ghost, deep down in Davy Jones's Locker - and the writer has a shocking answer to Tom's question.

But if Tom's dad didn't perish at sea, where is he?

A charming and beautifully written story about grief, hope and miracles.

Produktinformationen

Titel: A Message to the Sea
Autor:
EAN: 9781848125698
ISBN: 978-1-84812-569-8
Format: Kartonierter Einband
Altersempfehlung: 9 bis 12 Jahre
Herausgeber: Bonnier Zaffre
Genre: Vorlesebücher, Märchen, Sagen, Reime & Lieder
Anzahl Seiten: 224
Gewicht: 182g
Größe: H198mm x B129mm x T14mm
Veröffentlichung: 14.09.2017
Jahr: 2016

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