almediah.fr
» » Seashores and shadows

Download Seashores and shadows eBook

by Colin Thiele

Download Seashores and shadows eBook
ISBN:
0949183016
Author:
Colin Thiele
Language:
English
Publisher:
W. McVitty Books (1985)
Pages:
156 pages
EPUB book:
1162 kb
FB2 book:
1718 kb
DJVU:
1415 kb
Other formats
azw doc docx lrf
Rating:
4.3
Votes:
295


Seashores and Shadows book.

Seashores and Shadows book. Details (if other): Cancel.

Colin Thiele lived in Port Lincoln, South Australia, for a number of years and there gained first-hand knowledge . In one year Joe and Meg have adventures that will emblazon seashores and shadows on their memory forever

Colin Thiele lived in Port Lincoln, South Australia, for a number of years and there gained first-hand knowledge of ships and the fishing industry. This book shows the benefit of that knowledge, including some very realistic game fishing scenes. Joe is the main character, however, this book can be enjoyed both by boys and girls, as Meg plays a very prominent part in the story. Meg a very strong, capable country-girl. In one year Joe and Meg have adventures that will emblazon seashores and shadows on their memory forever. Colin Thiele lived in Port Lincoln, South Australia, for a number of years and there gained first-hand knowledge of ships and the fishing industry.

The following is a complete list of books and other writings by Colin Thiele, the prolific Australian children's writer. Labourers in the Vineyard, 1970. The Seeds' Inheritance, 1986. The Ghost of Gartenschmuck, from A Handful of Ghosts: Thirteen Eerie Tales by Australian authors; collected by Barbara Ker Wilson. Beginners, Please! One-Act Plays for Schools; Compiled by Colin Thiele and Greg Branson.

Seashores and Shadows. 1985) A novel by Colin Thiele. Used availability for Colin Thiele's Seashores and Shadows. 1985 : Australia Hardback. March 1998 : Australia Paperback

Read online books written by Colin Thiele in our e-reader absolutely for free. Author of Storm Boy at ReadAnyBook.

Read online books written by Colin Thiele in our e-reader absolutely for free.

Seashores and Shadows, 1985. The Shadow on the Hills, 1977. One-Act Plays for Secondary Schools: Book 3; Compiled by Colin Thiele and Greg Branson. Sharks in the Shadows, 1985. Plays for Young Players; Compiled by Colin Thiele and Greg Branson. The State of our State: Peeping At South Australia, Adelaide, 1952. Terrible events carve the names of both Wayward Island and Scarface on the memories of Joe and Meg of SEASHORES AND SHADOWS they will never forget. More books by Colin Thiele.

Seashores and Shadows was published by Walter McVitty Books,Australia. The site is updated daily with information about every book, author, illustrator, and publisher in the children's, young adult book industry. Join now (it's free). Seashores and shadows. 1 2 3 4 5. Want to Read. Are you sure you want to remove Seashores and shadows from your list? Seashores and shadows. Published 1998 by Lothian Books in Port Melbourne, Vic.

Results from Google Books. Disambiguation notice.

Two fourteen-year-old cousins join a group of fishermen in pursuit of a massive shark off the coast of Southern Australia.
  • Nto
City boy Joe is fourteen. A few years ago his Mum left his Dad and him, and recently his father died. At the funeral Joe's Uncle Harry and Aunt Ellen suggest that he comes to live with them, and their daughter Meg, in Cockle Bay. Cockle Bay is a small fishing village on the south coast of Australia. After the hustle and drama of the city the Bay seems a very slow and quiet. Wayward Island, just of the coast from the Bay, seems romantically ideal. But soon Joe will loose his idealism about his new home. He and Meg learn that Scarface, a huge white pointer shark, has returned to the Bay. Scarface is monstrously real, but as elusive as a shadow. Wayward Islands is also called 'wayward' for a reason. In one year Joe and Meg have adventures that will emblazon seashores and shadows on their memory forever.

Colin Thiele lived in Port Lincoln, South Australia, for a number of years and there gained first-hand knowledge of ships and the fishing industry. This book shows the benefit of that knowledge, including some very realistic game fishing scenes.

Joe is the main character, however, this book can be enjoyed both by boys and girls, as Meg plays a very prominent part in the story. Meg a very strong, capable country-girl. Both characters could be said to be heroes, but both must face their own inner fears. The reality of death and grief is also a strong theme in the novel.

Thiele writes in a way that makes us like his characters and care about what will happen to them next. This book would make ideal holiday reading for any young teenager.

This book is also published under the title: Shadow Shark.
  • Garne
City boy Joe is fourteen. A few years ago his Mum left his Dad and him, and recently his father died. At the funeral Joe's Uncle Harry and Aunt Ellen suggest that he comes to live with them, and their daughter Meg, in Cockle Bay. Cockle Bay is a small fishing village on the south coast of Australia. After the hustle and drama of the city the Bay seems a very slow and quiet. Wayward Island, just of the coast from the Bay, seems romantically ideal. But soon Joe will loose his idealism about his new home. He and Meg learn that Scarface, a huge white pointer shark, has returned to the Bay. Scarface is monstrously real, but as elusive as a shadow. Wayward Islands is also called 'wayward' for a reason. In one year Joe and Meg have adventures that will emblazon seashores and shadows on their memory forever.

Colin Thiele lived in Port Lincoln, South Australia, for a number of years and there gained first-hand knowledge of ships and the fishing industry. This book shows the benefit of that knowledge, including some very realistic game fishing scenes.

Joe is the main character, however, this book can be enjoyed both by boys and girls, as Meg plays a very prominent part in the story. Meg a very strong, capable country-girl. Both characters could be said to be heroes, but both must face their own inner fears. The reality of death and grief is also a strong theme in the novel.

Thiele writes in a way that makes us like his characters and care about what will happen to them next. This book would make ideal holiday reading for any young teenager.

This book is also published under the title: Shadow Shark.
  • RuTGamer
City boy Joe is fourteen. A few years ago his Mum left his Dad and him, and recently his father died. At the funeral Joe's Uncle Harry and Aunt Ellen suggest that he comes to live with them, and their daughter Meg, in Cockle Bay. Cockle Bay is a small fishing village on the south coast of Australia. After the hustle and drama of the city the Bay seems a very slow and quiet. Wayward Island, just of the coast from the Bay, seems romantically ideal. But soon Joe will loose his idealism about his new home. He and Meg learn that Scarface, a huge white pointer shark, has returned to the Bay. Scarface is monstrously real, but as elusive as a shadow. Wayward Islands is also called 'wayward' for a reason. In one year Joe and Meg have adventures that will emblazon seashores and shadows on their memory forever.

Colin Thiele lived in Port Lincoln, South Australia, for a number of years and there gained first-hand knowledge of ships and the fishing industry. This book shows the benefit of that knowledge, including some very realistic game fishing scenes.

Joe is the main character, however, this book can be enjoyed both by boys and girls, as Meg plays a very prominent part in the story. Meg a very strong, capable country-girl. Both characters could be said to be heroes, but both must face their own inner fears. The reality of death and grief is also a strong theme in the novel.

Thiele writes in a way that makes us like his characters and care about what will happen to them next. This book would make ideal holiday reading for any young teenager.

This book is also published under the title: Shadow Shark.