Dolphin Song

Dolphin Song

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Just as Martine is settling into life on the wildlife game reserve, she is whisked away on a school trip. She must leave her white giraffe, Jemmy, for two weeks! Her class is going on an ocean voyage to witness the Sardine Run, a spectacular natural phenomenon, off the coast of South Africa. What begins as an exciting adventure quickly turns perilous when a storm blows up and Martine and her classmates are thrown overboard into shark-infested waters. They are saved by a pod of dolphins, only to end up marooned on a deserted island. The castaways, at odds with one another, must figure out not only how to survive, but how to help the dolphins when a terrible danger threatens them.   In a gripping tale of courage, friend­ship, and survival, Martine must use her healing gift and her wilderness training to save both humans and animals more

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  • 0-5
  • CD-Audio | 5 pages
  • 130 x 152 x 36mm | 199.58g
  • Listening Library
  • United States
  • English
  • Unabridged
  • Unabridged
  • 0739363298
  • 9780739363294

About Lauren St John

The African setting of Lauren St. John’s first novel, The White Giraffe, as well as Dolphin Song, is very personal to the author. She grew up in Zimbabwe and lived on a farm that was part game reserve. She says that if her books encourage “even one person to want to help wildlife or to visit or want to know more about Africa, that would make [her] incredibly happy.” Ms. St. John lives in London, England. Look for The White Giraffe on audio from Listening more

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