Driftwood Cove

Driftwood Cove

Book - 1998
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Katelyn and Matthew, who live in the city, are visiting their grandparents on the West Coast. During a camping trip, the two children lose their way on the beach. They meet a little girl who offers to help, and takes Katelyn and Matthew home with her. Selena and her parents are squatters, living in a makeshift dwelling of huge hollow tree stumps and driftwood. They make their living selling driftwood carvings and subsist mostly on nature's bounty from the ocean and their garden. The city children become aware of a lifestyle and environment very different from their own.
Publisher: Toronto : Doubleday Canada, c1998.
ISBN: 9780385256261
0385256264
Branch Call Number: JP Light 3701 3
Characteristics: 31 pages : color illustrations
Additional Contributors: Lightburn, Ron

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Mar 29, 2008

For its genre it is a very good book. it is written for a younger audience and it keeps you interested.

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Mar 29, 2008

Spending a summer at there grandparents cottage on the coast is Katelyn and Matthew's Dream come true. While there they spot a shack on a island , when the get there they find odd necklaces and a ghost? or at least what they think is a ghost but just turns out to be a family living of the land

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