Thunder from the Sea

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A boy builds a life-changing bond with his dog in this adventure story from the author of Star in the Storm.

It’s 1929, and thirteen-year-old Tom Campbell has always wanted a real family with a real house and a dog of his very own. Since he was three years old, the only home he has ever known has been the Mission orphanage.

When he is sent to live and work with fisherman Enoch and his wife, Tom finally sees his dream within reach. And when he ...

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Overview

A boy builds a life-changing bond with his dog in this adventure story from the author of Star in the Storm.

It’s 1929, and thirteen-year-old Tom Campbell has always wanted a real family with a real house and a dog of his very own. Since he was three years old, the only home he has ever known has been the Mission orphanage.

When he is sent to live and work with fisherman Enoch and his wife, Tom finally sees his dream within reach. And when he rescues a Newfoundland dog in the middle of a terrifying squall, Tom feels as if both he and the dog, which he names Thunder, have found a place to call home at last.

But when Enoch’s wife becomes pregnant and it looks like Thunder’s owner might be found, Tom’s wonderful new world is turned upside down. Will the Murrays still want Tom? And will Tom be forced to give up his beloved Thunder?

Just when his dreams of being part of a family and having a dog seem to be coming true, Tom wonders if trouble with neighbors on his new island home and the impending birth of a new baby will change everything. Set in Newfoundland in 1929.

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Editorial Reviews

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"Nonstop adventure for dog lovers."
Publishers Weekly
Following up with the same setting and starring another heroic Newfoundland dog, Thunder from the Sea by Joan Hiatt Harlow introduces Tom, an orphan taken in by a Newfoundland fisherman, Enoch Murray, and his wife, Fiona. Tom rescues a dog he finds out at sea and names it Thunder-but must contend with a neighboring boy who wants the dog for himself. Copyright 2004 Reed Business Information.
Children's Literature
When Tom rescues a Newfoundland dog from drowning in a squall, he is rewarded with a loyal companion. An orphan in 1929, he has been sent to work with a fisherman and his wife, Enoch and Fiona Murray. But Tom faces an uncertain future when Fiona becomes pregnant—perhaps she will no longer wish to have the teenager around. When an earthquake strikes, the dog Thunder tries to warn of the resulting tidal wave that will threaten the village, and a near-tragedy is averted. Throughout the story runs the thread of the true owner of Thunder and whether he will eventually reclaim the wonderful dog. Action packed and modestly hand-sized, the book will appeal to reluctant boy readers who like plenty of action and a good resolution, and will appeal in general to animal lovers of both sexes and dog story enthusiasts alike. 2004, McElderry Books, Ages 8 to 12.
—Susan Hepler, Ph.D.
School Library Journal
Tom Campbell, an orphan, travels to Back o' the Moon Island to live with and work for Enoch and Fiona Murray. On his first fishing trip, he rescues a young Newfoundland dog from the sea during a storm and names him Thunder. A local boy, Bert Bosworth, and his father, Amos, also want the animal, and they go to great lengths to find his original owner out of spite. Thunder is a kind, intelligent creature who several times saves the islanders from danger. After a harrowing episode in which Amos shoots and slightly injures the Newfoundland while he tries to pull villagers away from a pending tidal wave, the Bosworths realize that the dog truly belongs with Tom. When Fiona needs help with a difficult birth, Tom and Thunder prove their courage by taking her across the ice by sled during a blizzard. The book concludes with Enoch and Fiona officially adopting Tom and with Thunder's original owner giving the dog to the boy and his new family. The episodic chapters are fast paced and the narrative creates a real sense of time and place. Tom's growing affection for the Murrays and his feelings about his pet are clearly delineated. Fans of Harlow's Star in the Storm (McElderry, 2000), dog lovers, and readers yearning for a cozy tale will enjoy curling up with this story.-Shawn Brommer, South Central Library System, Madison, WI Copyright 2004 Reed Business Information.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780689864049
  • Publisher: Margaret K. McElderry Books
  • Publication date: 4/26/2005
  • Edition description: Reprint
  • Pages: 256
  • Sales rank: 365,178
  • Age range: 8 - 12 Years
  • Lexile: 700L (what's this?)
  • Product dimensions: 5.20 (w) x 7.60 (h) x 0.70 (d)

Meet the Author

Joan Hiatt Harlow is the author of several popular historical novels on the McElderry list, including Secret of the Night Ponies, Shadows on the Sea, Midnight Rider, Star in the Storm, Joshua’s Song, and Thunder from the Sea. Ms. Harlow lives in Venice, Florida. For more information, visit her at JoanHiattHarlow.com.

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Thunder from the Sea


By Joan Hiatt Harlow

Turtleback Books Distributed by Demco Media

Copyright © 2005 Joan Hiatt Harlow
All right reserved.

ISBN: 9780606338974

Excerpt

Chapter One: Seasick

Tom Campbell held on to the rail as the Constance rose and fell in the giant swells of the ocean. Tom's stomach rolled along with the tossing of the waves. A fine fisherman I'll be if I get seasick like this, he told himself. What will Mr. Murray think? The steamer continued churning through the heavy surf. Tom bent over the side of the ship and yucked up his lunch into the ocean.

He looked over his shoulder, hoping Mr. Murray hadn't seen him. After all, the man was taking a big chance on thirteen-year-old Tom by bringing him into his home to live and onto his boat to work.

He let the roaring wind blow in his face, breathing deeply and praying that they'd soon be at his new home. For the past ten years, home had been the orphanage at the Grenfell Mission in St. Anthony on the Northern Peninsula. It was the only home Tom could remember.

He was born in Labrador and sometimes when he smelled pine trees or the scent of fish cooking on an open fire, a faint memory would present itself - a fleeting recollection of voices and shadowy faces. He remembered being feverish and his mother rocking him and crooning a lullaby in cheek music - the musicNewfoundlanders made up and sang to themselves or their children. Falalalee. Falalaloo. The memory was faint and hazy, like a dream.

Both his parents became ill when he was three years old and they were all taken on the hospital ship to the mission. When his parents died, Tom stayed on at Grenfell. He lived in the school and learned to farm potatoes, beets, and turnips for the long winters. The good people there were kind, but not a true family.

Now it was 1929 and at last he'd be living in a real home with fisherman Enoch Murray and his wife, Fiona. Mr. Murray seemed nice enough, but quiet and shy, as if he didn't know what to say to Tom. Tom wasn't a bit sure what to say to him, either.

He felt another surge of nausea and he leaned over the rail again, upchucking what was left in his belly. He'd never be a fisherman! Right now he positively hated the sea!

"Are you feelin' squawmish, lad?" Mr. Murray was suddenly next to him. "You look green in the gills."

"Aye, I'm a bit sick to the stomach, sir," Tom answered.

"It's shockin' rough today. Could be an August gale blowin' up from the northeast."

"I don't usually get seasick, Mr. Murray."

"Call me Enoch. We'll both feel more t'ease usin' first names." Enoch squinted at the horizon. "We should be home by tomorrow mornin'. Maybe it'll calm down tonight and you can get some sleep. I ordered a cabin for the night. I didn't have the money for two, but I think you're the one who needs it most." He handed Tom a key with the number 21 on it. "It's down that way." He pointed toward the back of the boat.

"Thank you...Enoch," Tom said. "I promise I won't always be like this."

Enoch nodded, but didn't smile. Was he regretting that he'd brought Tom back to live with him to help him with his fishing business? Tom felt almost too sick to care.

But he truly did care. He'd often wished for a real family in a real house. And now that it finally might be happening, he didn't want to ruin everything.

He wondered if the Murrays had a dog - one that he could run and play with, one that would be his friend. That would make everything perfect.

Tom made his way down to the cabin, hanging on to the rail as the boat continued lurching. Once inside cabin 21, he reached into his pocket and pulled out the one treasure he owned - his grandfather's pocket watch. He opened it. Five o'clock. It was too early to go to bed but he was sick and he just wanted to sleep.

Tom clicked the watch shut. His fingers traced the Celtic knot that was engraved on the cover. He tucked the watch under the pillow, just as he always did, then sank onto the cot, hearing the comforting muffled ticktock, ticktock, like a heartbeat.

The Constance continued rocking - rocking - but now he was in his mother's arms and she was singing the lullaby. Falalalee. Falalaloo.

Copyright © 2004 by Joan Hiatt Harlow



Continues...


Excerpted from Thunder from the Sea by Joan Hiatt Harlow Copyright © 2005 by Joan Hiatt Harlow. Excerpted by permission.
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Table of Contents

Map
1 Seasick 1
2 Fiona 6
3 Back o'the Moon 13
4 Out of the Storm 24
5 Thunder 37
6 Fear! 45
7 Somethin' Isn't Right 55
8 Missing! 63
9 The Fight 70
10 Little Wanderer 77
11 Heartbeats 90
12 Earthquake! 99
13 Tidal Wave! 108
14 More Rumbles 117
15 Deserted Isle 123
16 A Gift 130
17 The Mummer's Warning 140
18 Trouble in Chance-along 146
19 News from the States 156
20 Tom's Heavy Chain 163
21 Hungry March 168
22 Unexpected Trouble 178
23 A Race with Time 185
24 Lost on the Ice! 192
25 April 196
26 At Home with the Bosworths 205
27 A Secret 210
28 Legal Issues 217
29 The Right Thing 224
30 Belonging 230
Author's Note 239
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Introduction

ABOUT THE BOOK

Tom Campbell, a thirteen-year-old orphan, travels to Back o'the Moon Island to live with Enoch and Fiona Murray in 1929. After he rescues a young Newfoundland dog, Thunder, during a storm, his life seems nearly perfect until trouble with his neighbors and the impending birth of a new baby threaten to change everything.

THEMES

Orphans; Dogs; Family life; Newfoundland and Labrador

DISCUSSION QUESTIONS

• Why did Enoch and Fiona like living on this remote island? What did it offer that they couldn't find in town?

• Why would Enoch want to be in partnership with Amos? Why was it difficult? How would you deal with a partner like Amos?

• What is "jannie talk"? Why do Mummers use it? What is "cheek music"? What is it used for?

• Why did the earthquake cause a tidal wave? How might Thunder have sensed it before the people?

SUGGESTED ACTIVITIES

• This is a fictional story of a dog who is a hero. Find some examples of real animal heroes and report on the ways dogs can help people. How can a dog's senses make a difference in detecting an emergency or saving a person?

• Look at an atlas of Canada and look for small islands like Back o'the Moon. Where are some real islands? What can you discover about the people that live there?

• Research real earthquakes and tsunamis and the current attempts to create early warning systems.

This reading group guide is for classroom, library, and reading group use. It may be reproduced in its entirety or excerpted for these purposes.

Prepared by Arlene Wiler

© William Allen White Children's Book Award

Please visithttp://www.emporia.edu/libsv/wawbookaward/ for more information about the awards and to see curriculum guides for other master list titles.

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Reading Group Guide

ABOUT THE BOOK

Tom Campbell, a thirteen-year-old orphan, travels to Back o'the Moon Island to live with Enoch and Fiona Murray in 1929. After he rescues a young Newfoundland dog, Thunder, during a storm, his life seems nearly perfect until trouble with his neighbors and the impending birth of a new baby threaten to change everything.

THEMES

Orphans; Dogs; Family life; Newfoundland and Labrador

DISCUSSION QUESTIONS

• Why did Enoch and Fiona like living on this remote island? What did it offer that they couldn't find in town?

• Why would Enoch want to be in partnership with Amos? Why was it difficult? How would you deal with a partner like Amos?

• What is "jannie talk"? Why do Mummers use it? What is "cheek music"? What is it used for?

• Why did the earthquake cause a tidal wave? How might Thunder have sensed it before the people?

SUGGESTED ACTIVITIES

• This is a fictional story of a dog who is a hero. Find some examples of real animal heroes and report on the ways dogs can help people. How can a dog's senses make a difference in detecting an emergency or saving a person?

• Look at an atlas of Canada and look for small islands like Back o'the Moon. Where are some real islands? What can you discover about the people that live there?

• Research real earthquakes and tsunamis and the current attempts to create early warning systems.

This reading group guide is for classroom, library, and reading group use. It may be reproduced in its entirety or excerpted for these purposes.

Prepared by Arlene Wiler

© William Allen White Children's Book Award

Please visit http://www.emporia.edu/libsv/wawbookaward/ for more information about the awards and to see curriculum guides for other master list titles.

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  • Posted August 31, 2009

    more from this reviewer

    Ilove it

    I love this book it is one of my favorites

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted October 1, 2010

    Very good book

    I think that in the story Thunder from the sea was a great book in all the story it had some dull parts in the story. And when he gets settled in he went down stairs and went to the table to have a cup of tea with the new family.

    In the story he meets a bunch of new people at his new home and then he meets this dog and his name is Thunder. And when he m reason and the reason is because Thunder is trying to tell them that a tidal wave is coming but nobody knows what is wrong with him.


    So today I told you how that the boy went to his new home and he meets this dog and the dog starts acting weird for some t this dog named Thunder and the dog kept acting weird because he knew that there was a tidal wave coming but no one else knew that there was one coming bout Thunder knew there was

    In the story I told you about how he met his family and a dog and the dogs name as Thunder. And then Thunder senses that a tidal wave is coming but nobody else knows except for Thunder " The End "

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 7, 2009

    Thunder from the sea rocks!

    thunder from the sea is a science fiction novel. It is about a boy named Tom who gets adopted by a couple who's names are Enoch and Fiona. THey dont have any children so Tom usually just plays with the kids in the neighborhood. One of the boys names is Bert and he is very mean. One day, when tom is fishing with Enoch and some neighbors he rescues a newfoundland dog from a storm . He names him Thunder. What he didnt know was how great of a dog thunder could be. The neighbors claimed that they spotted the dog first and they were angry with Tom, especially Bert. When a terrible storm is coming and fiona is expecting a baby soon, it is thunder to the rescue! to find out what happens next youll just have to read the book!Now, there are many posotives and negatives about this book. Some things that I liked were that it had a great storyline, It was very well written, it was a good legnth (not too long and not too short), and it was very exciting. One thing that I wasnt so crazy about was the character Bert. I thought he was a little to mean and obnoxious and I would of liked if you could see the other side of him. Also, I thought it was a little unrealistic how tom found Thunder. I think that if it was a rapid storm and a dog was swimming for it's life in the water it would of dround. Next, I would like to comment on the Writing style of the author. I think that the writing style of Joan Haitt Harlow is very formal. She wrote with vocabulary for ages ten to fourteen, so i think that her writing is a little advanced for some people. Also, I think that Joan writes with a very fluid style. I would highly reccomend this book to any dog lovers. Thunder from the Sea is adventurous, exciting, funny, and it will cheer you up when you are down. This book is good for if you are board or just want to escape into your own little world. I hope you enjoyed my review and will want to read this magnifiscent book!

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  • Posted April 8, 2009

    PlEASE READ!!!!!

    In Thunder From the Sea by Joan Hiatt Harlowone, three people on a rainy day were on a boat. Tom was hungry so he ate some lunch and it did not agree with his stomach. He went over the side of the ship and he threw up his lunch. After a while he didn't feel good so he sat down to rest and fell asleep. A banging noise woke him up. He went and looked and they were on a deserted island with his mom and his family. After spending some time on the island overcoming many obstacles, they discover the true meaning of family.
    I recommend this book to anyone who would like this genre (adventure). It is a great book to read you would want to read it again and again. The author puts your mind in the book. It was not hard to concentrate because I was so deeply in the book it was that interesting. Yes, I connected to the characters and the event that were going on in the book. My mind was wondering what was going to happen in the story. Overall I was excited to get back to the book to see what would happen next.

    1 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 10, 2008

    Thunder from the Sea

    Thunder from the Sea is so wonderful and full of adventures that you would like to read it forever and forever. My mom had to force me to stop reading. The book has happy moments because in this one part the real owner of Thunder gave Tom the dog and just left in his boat. The very sad moment was when Tom couldn¿t find Thunder for days and Tom was miserable for those couple of days, with the awesome characters Tom, Enoch, Fiona, and Thunder. Tom is a 12 or 13 year old boy who goes fishing with Enoch in a storm. He finds a dog in the middle of the ocean who can predict bad weather. The dog has a white streak in the center of his chest. This good book took place in an island called Back o` the Moon Island. This book relates to me because one time I wanted a dog so badly. I found one at the park. We had to return him to his owner. That is how this book relates to me. I would recommend this book to my mom and my big brother because I know that they like these books and because they read these books a lot.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 6, 2008

    an amazing book!!!!

    Okay i just have to say this book is amazing and for dog lovers.I really love this book that i keep reading it when ever i have time.Now i won't tell you the ending you have to get that book and find out for your self you'll be glad you read it.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 3, 2008

    I read this book and loved it!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    I would give this book the best award it could have! It is sad that a person, Mr.Fowler comes to get him but very happy that he lets Tom keep Thunder. It is strange that they found Thunder in th sea, but they are right that he looks like thunder and has a white streak that looks like lightning. I love this book, I could read it over and over again! Joan Hiatt Harlow is my favorite author. I can say so much more about this book, and i will. It is shocking that Thunder warned them about a tidal wave an earth quake and got Fiona to the docter when she was about to have a baby. Thunder is the best dog a person could have. 'characters:Murrays=Fiona, Enoch, Tom, Thunder And April Bosworths=Bert, Amos, Ruby, and Nancy Rideouts=Ken, Margeret, Rowena And Eddie).

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 6, 2007

    Calling all Dog Lovers!!

    A young boy named Tom rescues a newfoundland dog from the sea, which he names Thunder. Tom has already been adopted by two kind people, Enoch and Fiona. They soon, like Tom, grow attached to the dog they call Thunder. But a person who claims he owns Thunder comes along. Will Tom be forced to give up his beloved Thunder?!?! Great for all fellow dog lovers!! You must read this book!!

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 16, 2007

    great for dog lovers!

    this was a very good book. it always kept you wanting to read it and was very suspensful. i recomend it if you liked star in the storm. it was sad and happy at some points and i loved it! and now im starting to read shawdows on the sea and it started out really good and i can wait to finish it!

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 7, 2004

    Great book! You must read!

    I loved this book! And when I say love, I mean LOVE!!! While I was reading this book, my eyes were glued to it and I had my nose in it whenever I could. Possibly the best book I've read!!

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 27, 2013

    Zack's schedule

    1. Math
    2. English
    3. Chorus
    4. Lunch
    5. Science
    6. Shop
    7. Social Studies
    8. Gym

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 27, 2013

    Sam's Schedule

    Art<p>
    Gym>
    Lunch <p>
    Chorus<p>
    History<p>

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 11, 2013

    Good

    This book was overall good but in the begginig it was kindof slow:(

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 9, 2013

    Movie

    Can't to see if theres a movie

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 22, 2012

    Great Book

    Loooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooved this book! Great writing by Joan Hiatt Harlow. This is a MUST read!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 25, 2012

    LOVE IT!!!!!!!

    I LOVE THIS BOOK!!!!!! MY FAVORITE!!!!!!!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 23, 2012

    Awesome

    I read this in 3rd grade and i read it ahain in fifth its a great book and i reallly loved it now and then not mosstly for third graders but im an advaanced reader more for fifth and up

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 30, 2011

    Greatest book ever

    I love this book i never read or heard of a more loyal dog
    A reader and dog lover,
    Hannah Grace

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 20, 2011

    Awsome book

    Im 11and this is great book i recomend it to middle schoolers it might be kinda long for some peoole it has about 250 pages
    Its a good book

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 18, 2011

    Perfect!

    A must read for all mystery lovers!

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