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Kensuke's kingdom

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READ BY DEREK JACOBIA desert-island adventure, and a subtle observation of friendship, trust and humanity. Winner of The Childrens Book Award. When Michael is washed up on an island in the Pacific after falling from his parents yacht, he struggles to survive on his own. But he soon realises there is someone close by, someone who is watching over him and helping him to stay alive. Following a close-run battle between life and death, the mysterious stranger Kensuke allows Michael into his world and they become friends, teaching and learning from each other, until the day of separation becomes inevitable.

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Condition:
Used: very good
Format:
Cassette tape
ISBN-10:
0007108605
ISBN-13:
9780007108602
Publisher:
HarperCollins

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READ BY DEREK JACOBIA desert-island adventure, and a subtle observation of friendship, trust and humanity. Winner of The Childrens Book Award. When Michael is washed up on an island in the Pacific after falling from his parents yacht, he struggles to survive on his own. But he soon realises there is someone close by, someone who is watching over him and helping him to stay alive. Following a close-run battle between life and death, the mysterious stranger Kensuke allows Michael into his world and they become friends, teaching and learning from each other, until the day of separation becomes inevitable.

Condition:
Used: very good
Format:
Cassette tape
ISBN-10:
0007108605
ISBN-13:
9780007108602
Publisher:
HarperCollins

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