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The Boy Who Sailed the World

Julia Green, Alex Latimer

The Boy Who Sailed the World

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4 out 5

13 reviews

'Right from the start, the boy loved the sea! He ran along the sand, danced in and out of the waves, his heart full of longing and delight' The boy has always loved the sea. So he builds a boat and sails away on a voyage of adventure . . . The wonders of the world await you in this beautiful and inspiring book about following your dreams.

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Was good

Inspector Hank Pineapple 01.09.2023

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i liked it

Captain Dragon Hungry-Hippo 30.08.2023

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It was OK- not my favourite book.

Count Chilli Vampire 23.08.2023

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He loved it and he pretended to be on an adventure with the boy

Judge Snoopy Glitterball 20.08.2023

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I liked this book and I would recommend it.

Don Arthur Legend 16.08.2023

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I learnt that adventures are not always bad just fulfill your dream

Officer Pansy Peanut-butter 08.08.2023

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This is an interesting book and got the story of the boy who loves sea and goes on adventure.

Anonymous 01.08.2023

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kinda good

Anonymous 28.07.2023

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It was factual , about real people

Professor Majorca Gooseberry 26.07.2023

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It wasn't good when the boat went glug glug.

Dame Jewel Armadillo 22.07.2023

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I love this book

Fairy July Supermarket 09.07.2023

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I thought this book was good because it is about the sea and I want to be a fisher so thats why I like this book.

Anonymous 08.07.2023

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