Nineteenth Century Sea Adventurers
Five books that offer the young reader a real feeling of what life was like on the high seas in the 19th century – whether it be an immigrant struggling to reach North America, soldiers embroiled in the coastal Civil War, an orphaned cabin boy, a perplexing merchant ship mystery, or a ghost ship anchored in the harbor. Each book is 5x7, 48 pp, with 12 pt. type. Adventures of the Tiger Eye
Orphaned Peter Starbuck becomes a cabin boy and encounters whales, dolphins, and fierce storms.
Mystery of the Ghost’s Footprints
Liza and her brother Whitman are faced with a perplexing mystery on their father’s merchant ship.
Life in America beckons, and Bryna must overcome seemingly insurmountable obstacles to reach her goal.
Soldiers from the Army of the South attempt to steal oil from a Northern whaling ship with disastrous results.
The Phantom Bark of Mystic
It’s up to the young people of Mystic to find out if there is really a ghost ship in the harbor. And who are the two strange men who materialize out of the mist? Reproducible Workbook
Activities that build comprehension, recall, decoding skills, sequencing, and vocabulary development are presented for each novel. Answer key included. 81/2x11, softcover. Complete Set includes the Set of 5 books and Workbook. Components may be purchased separately.