Pirates at Pawleys: A Carolina Cousins Mystery

Pirates at Pawleys: A Carolina Cousins Mystery

by Rhonda S. Edwards
     
 
The Carolina Cousins are back at Pawleys Island for another month of adventure and mystery. This July the newspapers are talking about pirates. Yes, pirates! Modern day pirates in the form of poachers have desecrated several loggerhead sea turtle nests along the coasts of South Carolina, and the southeastern coastline of North Carolina. As volunteers with the

Overview

The Carolina Cousins are back at Pawleys Island for another month of adventure and mystery. This July the newspapers are talking about pirates. Yes, pirates! Modern day pirates in the form of poachers have desecrated several loggerhead sea turtle nests along the coasts of South Carolina, and the southeastern coastline of North Carolina. As volunteers with the DNR’s turtle rescue program, the Carolina Cousins are heads deep into the mysterious robbing of these protected animals.

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Priscilla C. Ward
I would recommend this book to fourth graders and older. I think anyone could enjoy reading this book because it has family, excitement, and intrigue. It would also be a good book to read aloud to a family of children or grandchildren.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940013866119
Publisher:
SynergEbooks
Publication date:
12/18/2011
Series:
Carolina Cousins Mysteries , #2
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
405 KB
Age Range:
9 - 12 Years

Meet the Author

Rhonda Edwards was raised in southeastern North Carolina, but has lived in Charleston, South Carolina since 1980. She married her high school sweetheart.

Edwards graduated from the College of Charleston with a BS in Elementary Education in1994. She has taught third and fifth grade. Rhonda has a National Board certification in Middle Childhood Generalist and received jer MA in English from a joint program with The College of Charleston and the Citadel in 2005.

Presently, she teaches fifth grade ELA at Eagle Nest Elementary in Dorchester 2 School District and is an adjunct professor for the English Department at Trident Technical College. She is also a Fellow of the Charleston Area Writing Project (CAWP), having received this honor the summer of 1994.

Whether on the beach at Pawleys in South Carolina or at Huntington Beach State Park, Rhonda Edwards fills many hours walking the shoreline, searching for shells, looking and checking on loggerhead turtle nest, and enjoying the calming beauty of the ocean.

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