Shipwrecked Book One Tropical Island

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Heather had been on an adventure of a lifetime aboard the sailing ship Orinoco. But then disaster strikes and she is shipwrecked on a deserted tropical island. As the only remaining member of the crew and at just ten years of age, how will she survive? Will she ever be rescued? Is she truly alone? To get the most from this children’s picture book, you may wish to use a colour screen device. More
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About Richard Kay

The author admits that he did not really enjoy poetry all that much when he was at school except for E E Cummings who he thought was great. He had a mental image of poets flouncing around in big frilly shirts and swooning over the beauty of buttercups and the like. This really did not draw him to this area of literature.

However, having recently read R.H. Blyth’s books on Haiku he felt the unexpected urge to give Haiku a go. The author enjoys the brevity of Haiku which can nonetheless portray vivid images, emotions and thoughts. Haiku explores the essential in the trivial and sees significance in the seemingly insignificant.

Furthermore after listening to John Lithgow’s audio book on poetry the author even felt moved to give other forms of poetry a try.

P.S. The author is currently searching online for flouncy shirts and quite likes snowdrops.

The author lives in a universe, on a planet, in a country, in a city, in a house, in a body, in a universe . . . .

Should you wish to contact the author his email address is richard.haiku@yahoo.co.uk

For more information about future projects and other publications please visit the links below.

I have also published a webcomic called Right Hemisphere with my good friend Rob, link below.

About the Series: Shipwrecked
Heather had been on an adventure of a lifetime aboard the sailing ship Orinoco. But then disaster strikes and she is shipwrecked on a deserted tropical island. As the only remaining member of the crew and at just ten years of age, how will she survive? Will she ever be rescued? Is she truly alone? To get the most from this children’s picture book, you may wish to use a device with a colour screen along with an App such as SideBooks which can display the left and right pages simultaneously and has a page turning animation.

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Reviews

Review by: NateG on Aug. 24, 2018 :
This was a nice book, I read it to my grand-daughter. Nicely done with pictures and poetry.
(review of free book)
Review by: Angela Hope on March 13, 2018 :
I love the way this story was written. It easily transports the reader to the island. The pictures of the dolphin's are lovely. No hesitation giving it 5 star rating.
(review of free book)
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