Winter of Peril

Winter of Peril

The Newfoundland Diary of Sophie Loveridge

Book - 2005
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Sophie Loveridge's family is uprooted from the comfort of their home in England when her eccentric father - inspired by the new novel, Robinson Crusoe - decides to move the family to the New World so he can write an epic poem about surviving the rugged winter conditions. When the only help they have - a skillful fisherman - dies, it is up to Sophie and her mother to make sure the family survives until the spring, when the next fishing boat will arrive in their isolated cove.
Publisher: Markham, Ont. : Scholastic Canada, 2005.
ISBN: 9780779114092
0779114094
Branch Call Number: J AND
Characteristics: 218 pages :,illustrations, maps, portrait ;,20 cm.

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Mar 15, 2012

Sophie moves from Deer Park, England to Newfoundland, on the voyage she makes friends with 2 irish women named Katherine and Peg and a boy named Thomas.

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