Shipwreck

2.25
6 Kids.
1 Shipwreck.
1 Desert Island.

Luke, J.J., Will, Lyssa, Charla, and Ian. They did n't do to hav on the boat in the second place. They did n't forget to be stuck at sea with a bunch of strangers. But when you 're in the middle of the Pacific Ocean, there 's no easy way out. And when a terrifying storm hits, there 's no way to fully prepare. It 's all about survival.
Year of the Publication
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Number of Pages
129
Original Title of the Book
Shipwreck
Publication Date
Published June 2001 by Scholastic Inc.

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Immediately all the friends were trapped on the Island together after a storm and their only way of survival was each other.

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This genre of this novel is realistic fiction.I think it as a reall good book.Shipwreck took place in the Pacific Ocean.

i was terrified of this because I thought something bad was gunna happen to ll of them or I thought they were all gunna die.I rate this book a 5 because it had many shocking moments and shcoking moments and it ha nteresting in where and how it took place.

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his series also manages to et in some decent character work.

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I like how they all found each other and how they are deciding what to do in order to stay live.

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