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Set to sea

Drew Weing

Set to sea

by Drew Weing

  • 131 Want to read
  • 24 Currently reading

Published .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Poets,
  • Seafaring life,
  • Comic books, strips

  • About the Edition

    After fantasizing about a life at sea, the oafish main character gets shanghaied aboard a clipper bound for Hong Kong and spends the rest of his life on the ship, fighting pirates, writing poetry, and ultimately finding meaning in his life.

    Edition Notes

    Statementby Drew Weing
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsPN6727.W4146 S48 2014
    The Physical Object
    Pagination1 volume (unpaged)
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL27174503M
    ISBN 101606997718
    ISBN 109781606997710
    LC Control Number2014430281
    OCLC/WorldCa883870032

      Hans Kirk´s masterpiece is the understated, tightly-crafted story of a deeply religious fishing community which decides to uproot from the harsh shores of the North Sea and seek a more. What does a sea monster eat for dinner? Fish and ships, of course! With 4 books packed full of knock-knock jokes, riddles, cartoons, one-liners and more, kids will be laughing — and reading! — for hours. Plus, the wordplay found in funny jokes reduces stress and helps kids build language skills. Product Details: Contents: 4 Paperback booksPrice: $

      Thankfully, there are tons of books set on or around oceans, both literal and abstract. While not all of these books about the sea are exactly lighthearted beach reads, they’ll certainly have you yearning for a calm day by the : Rebecca Wei Hsieh.   Here at Ocean Conservancy, we get countless requests for all things sea-related—including our best book recommendations for ocean lovers. The beginning of January is the perfect time to curl up with a warm cup of coffee or hot chocolate and a start a new book (or three), and Ocean Conservancy’s staff has pitched in with their best recommendations, just in time for the new year.

      Parents need to know that Salt to the Sea is award-winning author  Ruta Sepetys ' (Out of the Easy) stirring historical novel set during World War II about a little-known maritime disaster: the  sinking of the Wilhelm Gustloff, a German ship filled mostly with civilians trying to escape the advancing Russian (or Red) Army.5/5.   Hamilton-Paterson takes saltwater as a starting point for a book full of strange and beautiful musings on the facts and myths of ocean life, from sonar pings to the deep-sea .


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Set to sea by Drew Weing Download PDF EPUB FB2

Set to Sea is part rollicking adventure, part maritime ballad told in visual rhyme. Every page is a single panel, every panel is a stunning illustration, every illustration a part of a larger whole that tells a story in the deft language of cartooning.

Read more Read less An Amazon Book with Buzz: "The Second Home" by Christina Clancy/5(23). Set to sea is a short read with lovingly detailed panels. I love that Weing formatted his comic so that a single panel takes up one page, with the book itself being small and compact.

Its a seemingly simplistic story with tons of heart. It won't blow anyone away, but it's a 4/5. Set to sea. [Drew Weing] -- After fantasizing about a life at sea, the oafish main character gets shanghaied aboard a clipper bound for Hong Kong and spends the rest of his life on the ship, fighting pirates, writing poetry.

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