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'Friday the 13th turns out to be a day no-one on the island will ever forget. Superstitious Hermes discovers that there is a suspected tidal wave heading towards the island, and prepares everyone to meet their maker.' (Publication summary)
This work is related to the third series of the television program Ship to Shore.
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Children's adventure television series about children who live on fictional Circe Island, a fishing community and communications base off the coast of Western Australia. The first series featured episodes in which the children outwitted adults, particularly the character Hermes Endakis. The series later emphasised environmental issues, particularly in the second series, where the children try to stop a big corporation from destroying their island.