The Seal Island Seven by Susan Bartlett

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Pru Stanley, her best friend Nicholas, and the rest of the Seal Island gang are expecting big things for the new school year. There's a new family on the tiny island, after all, and that means two new students at Seal Island School. But what the seven kids aren't prepared for is a mystery-someone on the island is sneaking around and destroying people's fairy houses. Wishes won't come true if the fairy houses are damaged, so Pru and her friends set out to find the culprit and save the tradition of building fairy houses on the island.

Illustrated by Tricia Tusa

About Susan Bartlett

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Susan Bartlett has edited books for both children and adults and taught Writing Books for Children for many years at the University of Vermont. She is the author of Seal Island School and The Seal Island Seven, both published by Viking. Luanne Wrenn is an arts educator who enjoys painting in oil and watercolor and is a commissioned portrait and mural artist, as well as an illustrator. Luanne's friends and neighbors in Wilton, Maine, posed for this book's illustrations. Tricia Tusa is the beloved illustrator of many books for children, including the ALA Notable Children's Book "Fred Stays with Me!" by Nancy Coffelt.
Published July 22, 2002 by Viking Juvenile. 80 pages
Genres: Children's Books.

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This brief, humor-filled novel follows an engaging girl during the course of a school year on a small island off the coast of Maine.

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With two new students in the one-room schoolhouse featured in Seal Island School, Pru and her pals start the year off with a bang in The Seal Island Seven by Susan Bartlett, illus.

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