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Lost! A Caribbean Sea Adventure
by Joanne C. Hillhouse



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    List Price: $9.99 (store prices may vary)
    Format: Paperback
    Classification: Children’s
    Page Count: 32
    ISBN13: 9780999237212
    Imprint: Caribbean Reads Publishing
    Publisher: Caribbean Reads Publishing
    Parent Company: Caribbean Reads Publishing

    Book Description: 

    Beautifully illustrated by Trinidadian artist Danielle Boodoo-Fortuné, Lost! is inspired by the story of an Arctic seal which found itself in the Caribbean seas a few years ago. The book pulls children into a fun adventure about kindness and friendship that will leave them with a greater appreciation of our marine environment. Lost! includes a fun maze which gives children a chance to help the lost seal find his way home. Kirkus Reviewers dubbed the book “appealing…, all the more so for being based on real life” and praised it for giving children “…a chance to learn more about the work of environmentalists and Caribbean sea life.” –Kirkus Reviews Marine educator, Carole McCauley, who has worked in both the Caribbean and the US, declared Lost!

    “A wonderful and inspiring story for all ages.”

    In the book, Dolphin, much like his real life counterpart, the young male hooded seal Wadadli, finds himself stranded in the Caribbean Sea, and far from his home in the North Atlantic. Wadadli was rescued by the Coast Guard of Antigua and Barbuda, while the fictional seal, Dolphin, has a little help from a new underwater friend.



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