Sea Change

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Sea Change

Sea Change Lucas and his father are not close In fact they hardly see each other which is just fine with Lucas When he travels to the remote fishing lodge his father manages Lucas is left once again this time

  • Title: Sea Change
  • Author: Diane Tullson
  • ISBN: 9781554693320
  • Page: 373
  • Format: Paperback
  • Lucas and his father are not close In fact they hardly see each other, which is just fine with Lucas When he travels to the remote fishing lodge his father manages, Lucas is left once again, this time with a lodge worker, a girl named Sumi She makes it pretty clear that Lucas is on his own But she does take him fishing and seems to be warming up to him Then, in a horrLucas and his father are not close In fact they hardly see each other, which is just fine with Lucas When he travels to the remote fishing lodge his father manages, Lucas is left once again, this time with a lodge worker, a girl named Sumi She makes it pretty clear that Lucas is on his own But she does take him fishing and seems to be warming up to him Then, in a horrible sequence of misjudgments, Sumi is shot in the foot With no radio and no phone, Lucas and Sumi are truly alone Fog rolls over the islands and it s up to Lucas to get Sumi to medical help, a day s journey by boat up the inlet.

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    1. Melanie on said:

      An okay read. Not really all that impressed with it, but that seems to be how I feel for almost all the Orca books. :/

    2. Jennifer Wardrip on said:

      Reviewed by Sally Kruger aka "Readingjunky" for TeensReadTooLucas is looking forward to spending some time with his father. His parents have been divorced for years, but even before that, time with his dad was scarce. The excuse was always that his dad was busy running the fishing lodge where he entertained guests interested in fishing for salmon and halibut. Now, Lucas finally has the chance to travel to the lodge and see things for himself.The helicopter ride that delivers Lucas deep into the [...]

    3. Heidi on said:

      Lucas is finally getting the chance to spend time with his dad, who runs a fishing lodge in the Canadian West. Their time together has been limited since the divorce, when his dad took off with his girlfriend instead of staying home with his family. Immediately after being deposited at the lodge by a helicopter, Lucas' dad leaves in a boat to see the girlfriend; Lucas is left at the lodge with Sumi, a young woman who works with his dad. She can handle life alone there, as evidenced by her shooti [...]

    4. Skylar on said:

      Lucas is finally getting the chance to spend time with his dad, who runs a fishing lodge in the Canadian West. Their time together has been limited since the divorce, when his dad took off with his girlfriend instead of staying home with his family. Immediately after being deposited at the lodge by a helicopter, Lucas' dad leaves in a boat to see the girlfriend; Lucas is left at the lodge with Sumi, a young woman who works with his dad. She can handle life alone there, as evidenced by her shooti [...]

    5. C.E. G on said:

      Read this Orca Soundings book as a "book for reluctant readers" in my YA class. Here's the review from my blawg: In my Older Children's Materials class last term, we discussed some of the problems with assessing a child's or a book's "reading level." One of the important points brought up was that reading level depends a lot on interest in a topic. That is, the more interested/knowledgable you are on a topic, the more complex/lengthy/"advanced" the book on the topic can be for you.So in some way [...]

    6. Brianna on said:

      Orca books rock! This was a perfect 'just before bed' read. An excellent, quick story, the sort a librarian likes to have in the collection because it's perfect to suggest to juvenile readers who are struggling with chapter books or reading in general. Likable characters, tension and a hint of boy/girl attraction all are pluses.

    7. Terry on said:

      see this tile and others published by Orca Book Publishers in Teen Rooms @ Worthington Libraries

    8. Chanjot on said:

      It was an incredibly short read and I do wish that there was more detail.

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