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  • Published: 31 December 2013
  • ISBN: 9781448187324
  • Imprint: Andersen Digital
  • Format: EBook
  • Pages: 32

Dolphin Boy



A paperback edition of this fabulous Cornish story from the Children's Laureate, illustrated by the award winning artist Michael Foreman

Jim lives in a fishing village - but no-one goes fishing any more as all the fish have gone. One day, Jim spots a dolphin beached on the sand. He runs to get help, and everyone works together to return the dolphin to the water. Afterwards, the dolphin stays in the harbour, playing with the swimmers - and he even carries Jim on his back! Then the dolphin disappears, and everyone is so sorrowful they take out a boat to find him. Suddenly the sea is boiling with dolphins leaping out of the sea! They have come to stay - and the village comes to life with tourists, mended boats, and dolphins!

  • Published: 31 December 2013
  • ISBN: 9781448187324
  • Imprint: Andersen Digital
  • Format: EBook
  • Pages: 32

About the authors

Michael Morpurgo

Michael Morpurgo has written over 120 books, many of them award-winning. His most well-known work, War Horse, was adapted into a multi-Oscar nominated film by Steven Spielberg, and a widely-acclaimed play at the National Theatre.

In 2003 Michael became the third Children's Laureate, a position he helped create with the poet Ted Hughes.

With his wife, Clare, he set up the charity Farms for City Children, and for their pioneering work they were both awarded the MBE in 1999.

Michael Foreman

Michael Foreman is one of the most talented and popular creators of children's books today. He has won the Kate Greenaway Medal two times and has been the UK nominee for the Hans Christian Andersen Award twice. His highly acclaimed books are published all over the world. He is married and has three sons. He divides his time between St Ives in Cornwall and London.

Praise for Dolphin Boy

Poetic text and artwork aglow with colour and shape.

Glasgow Herald

Spellbinding

Child Magazine

Wonderfully atmospheric

Junior

This is an exquisite paperback with text by former Children's Laureate, Michael Morpurgo, and illustrations by the award-winning Michael Foreman.

Scholar

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