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Issue Details: First known date: 1994... 1994 Gefährliche Haie, Stürmische See : zwei spannende Abenteurromane in einem Band
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  • English translation of the title: Dangerous Sharks, Stormy Seas : Two Exciting Adventure Novels in One Volume


* Contents derived from the Ravensburg,
Western Europe, Europe,
Ravensburger Buchverlag , 1994 version. Please note that other versions/publications may contain different contents. See the Publication Details.
Der Hai mit der Narbe Seashores and Shadows, Colin Thiele , Hans Ulrich Hirschfelder (translator) single work novel young adult adventure

'Fourteen-year-old Joe had never heard of Wayward Island before he came to live with his cousin, Meg, and her family at Cockle Bay. Nor had he ever heard of Scarface! Wayward Island, out to sea, is a spellbinding place of windswept hills and beckoning seashores. Scarface is a huge, white pointer shark, a fearless killer, an ever-present yet elusive shadow. Terrible events carve the names of both Wayward Island and Scarface into the memories of Joe and Meg of seashores and shadows they will never forget.'

Source: Publisher's blurb.

Die letzte Fahrt der Blue Fin Blue Fin, Colin Thiele , Hans Ulrich Hirschfelder (translator) Ronald Glomb (translator) single work children's fiction children's

'Everyone in Port Lincoln thinks Snook Pascoe is a loser. People joke about his clumsiness; his teacher ridicules him and even his father, skipper of the tuna boat Blue Fin, is convinced that Snook will never amount to anything. After all, tuna fishing is a hard life for ‘real men’.

'When Snook is allowed, for once, to sail on Blue Fin he faces a terrifying disaster. A waterspout engulfs the ship, the deck is swept clean, the radio and rudder are wrecked, the engine is disabled, the crew is lost overboard and Snook’s father lies unconscious down below. Snook is on his own, far out to sea…' (Publication summary)

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Language: German
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