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The good ship
(eAudiobook)

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[United States] : Findaway Voices, 2020.
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1 online resource (1 audio file (6hr., 11 min.)) : digital.
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In the middle of the Atlantic, a doorway opens. Through this doorway is an island only explored by those still trapped here. Thirteen-year-old Annabelle Cross has traveled this stretch of the ocean before. But this time around there's something very different. For one thing, there has never been an island. Secondly, there's a shadow in the fog that oddly looks like a pirate ship. It even acts like a pirate ship as her family's boat is torn apart by cannon fire. Now stranded, she finds a group of children who teach her everything the island offers to those chosen to stay. Forever. The children have essential rules. First, no one is allowed to leave the treehouses at night because the moving shadows will take you to places unknown. Second, never wander into the woods alone because the paths have a strange way of changing behind you. These are two basic rules Annabelle can't seem to follow. There is the hope of escape for those daring enough to take it. The children are building a secret project deep in the island. This insane plan will either get them killed or set them free…but it's the only answer to find their way back home. In the tradition of timeless stories like The Swiss Family Robinson and The Chronicles of Narnia, Jeremy M. Wright has woven fantasy, adventure, and the struggles to survive against all the odds. A tale told in first-person narration is a vivid, family fun, and crazy ride across a world of strange and wonderful possibilities.

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eAudiobook
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Unabridged.
Language:
English
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9781734088731 (sound recording : hoopla Audio Book), 1734088737 (sound recording : hoopla Audio Book)

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Read by Jessica Duncan.
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In the middle of the Atlantic, a doorway opens. Through this doorway is an island only explored by those still trapped here. Thirteen-year-old Annabelle Cross has traveled this stretch of the ocean before. But this time around there's something very different. For one thing, there has never been an island. Secondly, there's a shadow in the fog that oddly looks like a pirate ship. It even acts like a pirate ship as her family's boat is torn apart by cannon fire. Now stranded, she finds a group of children who teach her everything the island offers to those chosen to stay. Forever. The children have essential rules. First, no one is allowed to leave the treehouses at night because the moving shadows will take you to places unknown. Second, never wander into the woods alone because the paths have a strange way of changing behind you. These are two basic rules Annabelle can't seem to follow. There is the hope of escape for those daring enough to take it. The children are building a secret project deep in the island. This insane plan will either get them killed or set them free…but it's the only answer to find their way back home. In the tradition of timeless stories like The Swiss Family Robinson and The Chronicles of Narnia, Jeremy M. Wright has woven fantasy, adventure, and the struggles to survive against all the odds. A tale told in first-person narration is a vivid, family fun, and crazy ride across a world of strange and wonderful possibilities.
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APA Citation (style guide)

Wright, J. M., & Duncan, J. (2020). The good ship. Unabridged. [United States]: Findaway Voices.

Chicago / Turabian - Author Date Citation (style guide)

Wright, Jeremy M and Jessica. Duncan. 2020. The Good Ship. [United States]: Findaway Voices.

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Wright, Jeremy M and Jessica. Duncan, The Good Ship. [United States]: Findaway Voices, 2020.

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Wright, Jeremy M., and Jessica Duncan. The Good Ship. Unabridged. [United States]: Findaway Voices, 2020.

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