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Author French, Jackie.

Title The white ship / Jackie French
Published Pymble, N.S.W. : Angus&Robertson, 2002

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 W'PONDS CRC  JUNIOR FICTION Fre/Wsh  AVAILABLE
 MELB CRC  JUNIOR FICTION Fre/Wsh  AVAILABLE
Description 170 pages ; 22 cm
regular print
Summary Michel was happy living with his family on a remote island off the coast of France. Even if he sometimes dreamt of sailing the ocean on a wonderful ship like the Captain's White Ship, his days were too full of fishing and chores to think about it much. But one day disaster strikes the island. Michel and the other children are forced to flee from Catherine de Medici's soldiers on the White Ship and look for a new land to call home. Finally Michel's dream has come true - but at what cost? And, what's more, something strange has begun to happen to the White Ship: the ship never weighs anchor, no one grows any older, and they never sight land. What's happening to them? And why is Michel haunted by bizarre dreams of an island in a distant southern land and a girl called Rachel?
Notes Cover subtitle: Searching for a place to call home
Audience For upper primary and lower secondary school children
Subject Families -- Juvenile fiction.
Refugees -- Juvenile fiction.
Ocean travel -- Juvenile fiction.
Emigration and immigration -- Fiction.
Sailing ships -- Juvenile fiction.
Fantasy -- Juvenile fiction.
Home -- Juvenile fiction.
Historical fiction, Australian -- Juvenile literature.
Friendship -- Juvenile fiction.
Persecution -- Juvenile fiction.
Persecution -- Fiction.
Sea stories.
Historical fiction.
Historical fiction -- Juvenile literature.
Australian fiction.
Persecution -- Juvenile literature.
Friendship.
France -- History -- 16th century -- Juvenile fiction.
France -- History -- 16th century -- Fiction.
Genre/Form Australian fiction
Fantasy fiction.
Historical fiction.
Children's stories, Australian
History
History.
Juvenile works.
Novels.
ISBN 9780207197987