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The Amazing Journey of Lucky the Lobster Buoy

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When Tim carves his first lobster buoy, its rough surface suggests a face. So he paints eyes on it, making it a buoy like no other. Tim names the buoy Lucky and, sure enough, it lives up to its name. Lucky's lobster trap is always filled, and the buoy's luck holds out even when Lucky becomes separated from his trap. After enduring amazing adventures at sea, the buoy finds ...more
Hardcover, 32 pages
Published February 16th 2009 by Down East Books
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Kim Nelson
Dec 17, 2016 rated it really liked it
The story of a buoy that was loved by a boy named Tim. When Lucky gets separated from Tim, the readers follow the travels of the buoy. The travels are told without words in an illustrated cartoon like style yet with lovely muted colors. The kindness of strangers comes through nicely in this story. There are enough words for it to be a great read aloud and with enough pictures for children feel engaged. I enjoyed this book and could imagine a wonderful story time program using this story.
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My 1st grade students and I loved the way this book moved from a story told through text and pictures, to just pictures, and then back to text and illustration at the end.
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