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Author McConnochie, Mardi, 1971-

Title The castle in the sea / Mardi McConnochie
Published Sydney : Allen & Unwin, 2017
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Description 1 online resource (331 pages)
Series Quest of the Sunfish ; 2
McConnochie, Mardi, 1971- Quest of the Sunfish ; 2
Contents Title Page; Copyright ; Dedication; The barometer falls; Man overboard; Beating into the wind; An honest gentleman of the sea; Afloat; Ashore; Castaways; Exploring; The castle in the sea; Delicacies; The castaway life; Goodbye castle; The Loudon Multi-Phasal Scanning Module; Thieves; Lost on the base; Cadet Annalie; The Weather Man; Currents; Rafting; Pilot program; The help kite; Reunited; North; Sujana; Papers; Variables; Under arrest; When the rain came; Paperwork; Pieces of the machine; Down the mountain; The sweep; Finding the Sunfish; The registered owner; Beckett again; A boat race
The next destinationTests; Gloradol; The Trans-Northern Express; Downstream; After Gloradol; The kidnapping of Essie; The real Spinner; Spinner's story; The Sea of Brundisi; Guys in a dinghy; Breathe; Pod underwater; The old sports shoe factory; Departures; Promises
Summary The adventures of the Sunfish continue as twins, Annalie and Will, inch closer to finding their missing father in this highly original nautical adventure story with a speculative fiction twist. This time, the twins face even more challenges, including terrifying pirates and a devastating storm that will test the strength of their small wooden boat and their friendship
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Subject Brothers and sisters -- Juvenile fiction
Missing persons -- Juvenile literature
Ocean travel -- Juvenile fiction
Pirates -- Juvenile fiction
Shipwrecks -- Juvenile fiction
Twins -- Juvenile fiction
Brothers and sisters.
Children's, Teenage & educational.
Missing persons.
Ocean travel.
Genre/Form Children's stories
Action and adventure fiction.
Action and adventure fiction.
Juvenile works.
Form Electronic book
ISBN 1925576612 (electronic bk.)
9781925576610 (electronic bk.)