Where the Flag Floats

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Living in docklands of Sydney in1863 means that nimble fingers are of more use to Sam Galloway than being able to read, until his mother dies, leaving him with a watch on which is engraved words he cannot read. Her dying words entreat him to use the watch to find his dead father's sister in New Zealand. The quest leads him to board HMS Orpheus as a stowaway, little knowing that the royal navy corvette is doomed, destined to be caught in a sandbank at the entrance to the Manukau Harbour. As the ship breaks apart, ...
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Overview

Living in docklands of Sydney in1863 means that nimble fingers are of more use to Sam Galloway than being able to read, until his mother dies, leaving him with a watch on which is engraved words he cannot read. Her dying words entreat him to use the watch to find his dead father's sister in New Zealand. The quest leads him to board HMS Orpheus as a stowaway, little knowing that the royal navy corvette is doomed, destined to be caught in a sandbank at the entrance to the Manukau Harbour. As the ship breaks apart, Sam is thrown into the tumultuous seas with the crewmen, many of whom perish. Will Sam survive to recover the precious watch that connects him to his father and the family he never knew he had? This adventure story for children follows the events New Zealand greatest maritime disaster: the shipwreck of HMS Orpheus on the Manukau Bar on 7th February 1863.
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  • ISBN-13: 9780473260873
  • Publisher: Standfast Publications Ltd
  • Publication date: 9/3/2013
  • Pages: 156
  • Product dimensions: 5.25 (w) x 8.00 (h) x 0.36 (d)

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