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Down to the Sea Again: True Sea Stories for Young New Zealanders

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Paperback, 256 pages
Published January 1st 2005 by HarperCollins Publishers
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Ella Neighbours
I read this short story book because it was the only one that I could find in my house and i also like the sea so I thought it would be good.
I read three stories from this book which were; Message in a bottle, beach, and sailing with spirit.

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I loved this short story because it had my attention the whole way through. It is about a boy who can't get to grips with her mothers death. He goes on a holiday to the beach and after constantly mourning over his mothers death he finds a
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Tessa Duder trained as a journalist, and spent fifteen years rearing four daughters before she turned to writing fiction in her late thirties. Her books include the four Alex novels, Jellybean and Night Race to Kawau, as well as ten titles of non-fiction for both adults and young people. She's also an editor, short story writer, playwright and actor. Born in Auckland in 1940, she's lived most of h ...more
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