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Hurricane Dancers: The First Caribbean Pirate Shipwreck

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  • Posted November 26, 2012

    I think this book really tells a fascinating story about a part

    I think this book really tells a fascinating story about a part of the world that many children are unfamiliar with, despite it's close proximity to the U.S. This story is told through the viewpoints of several of the characters, which provides a deeper look at the events described. Even though the main character is fictional the other characters are not. The story is a gripping one about slavery and what being free really means. I would recommend this book for middle school students. I think it would be easier for them to comprehend all the interesting information.

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  • Posted November 24, 2012

    I think this book would be for an older audience because the you

    I think this book would be for an older audience because the younger children might not be able to comprehend everything that happens. When the sink ships in the story and Quebrado is left to fend for himself he learns to live on land again and now he is deciding the fate of his captors. The story is told in several different view points which I like because you get an opinion from every different character.

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