The Shearwater Bell

The Shearwater Bell An old sailor s diary and a ghostly bell provide a mystery for Rona when she goes to stay with her grandmother while her father is very ill Suggested level primary intermediate

  • Title: The Shearwater Bell
  • Author: Margaret Beames
  • ISBN: 9781869433543
  • Page: 249
  • Format: None
  • An old sailor s diary, and a ghostly bell provide a mystery for Rona, when she goes to stay with her grandmother while her father is very ill Suggested level primary, intermediate.

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    • Beaulah Pragg says:

      The Shearwater Bell is a distinctly New Zealand story, though this fact is only mentioned explicitly about three quarters of the way through the story. That was something I loved about the book. It was really engrossing to explore the old diary of someone who had been shipwrecked here and even more so seeing it through the eyes of these two intelligent and interesting children. Wiri and Rona are eager to explore the past, searching the diary for clues regarding the mysterious ghost bell and, of [...]

    • David Street School Library says:

      An old sailor's diary, and a ghostly bell provide a mystery for Rona, when she goes to stay with her grandmother while her father is very ill.

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