Gone to drift /

12-year-old Jamaican boy, Lloyd, is searching for his beloved grandfather, a fisherman who is lost at sea. Lloyd suspects that his grandfather has witnessed an illegal capture of dolphins for the tourist trade and that he has come to harm. Interspersed with Lloyd's quest on land and sea is a se...

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Main Author: McCaulay, Diana (Author)
Format: Book
Language:English
Published: New York : Harper, an imprint of HarperCollinsPublishers, 2018.
Edition:First US edition.
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Summary:12-year-old Jamaican boy, Lloyd, is searching for his beloved grandfather, a fisherman who is lost at sea. Lloyd suspects that his grandfather has witnessed an illegal capture of dolphins for the tourist trade and that he has come to harm. Interspersed with Lloyd's quest on land and sea is a second voice -- of the grandfather himself. Marooned on a rock, he describes his life growing up in a rural fishing village in a long-gone era.
Item Description:"Originally published in the UK in 2016 by Papillote Press"--Title page verso.
Physical Description:265 pages ; 22 cm
Audience:Ages 10 up.
Awards:Burt Award for Caribbean Literature.
ISBN:9780062672964
0062672967