Why is twelve year old Lucy Parr able to stretch out with her mind and communicate with dolphins? She doesn't know, but her connection to Spirit, a dolphin who lives off the coast of Cornwall, is incredibly important to her.
When she returns to Cornwall for the summer, she looks forward to long swims with Spirit and to spending time with her aunt Bethany, a local artist. But when she starts dreaming about another dolphin trapped in a lagoon, she embarks on an adventure with a local boy called Paul that takes her closer to finding out the truth about her own strange ability, what it means to be a 'Dolphin Child', and the fate of another girl like her almost two hundred years before.
This is the second in the Dolphin Child trilogy and picks up Lucy's quest to come to terms with her own identity and the loss of her mother following 'The Girl Who Dreamt Of Dolphins'.
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Published January 21, 2013
Action & Adventure, Children's Books.