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A youngster's loneliness comes to an end when he discovers a prehistoric sea monster off the Scottish coast.
Hardcover, 123 pages
Published January 1st 1972 by Farrar Straus Giroux
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Miriam
This odd, pleasant little story describes the summer companionship of a small boy, a sea creature, and an old man. There is more description and feeling than action, as if the author daydreamed it and decided not to rework it to have more plot. Restful rather than interesting.
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Rosalie K. Fry was born on Vancouver Island. She makes her home in Swansea, South Wales. During World War II she was stationed in the Orkney Islands, where she was employed as a Cypher Officer in the Women’s Royal Service. She has written many stories and executed many drawings for a variety of children’s magazines in Great Britain. She is also known as a maker of children’s toys.
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