The Edmund Fitzgerald: Song Of The Bell
- Number of Pages: 40
- English (Unknown)
- English (Original Language)
- English (Published)
Leaving port from Superior, Wisconsin on a sunny November day, the crew with the Edmund Fitzgerald is looking forward to a routine crossing of deep Lake Superior. He immigrated towards the United states in 1976. But disaster is producing in the wind as a gale storm begins to track after the great ship. Born inside the Netherlands, Gijsbert van Frankenhuyzen, or"Nick"as he prefers to be known, studied at the Royal Academy of Arts in Holland. The Edmund Fitzgerald is Nick's 13th children's book with Sleeping Bear Press. She lives in the woods of northern Michigan with her household. Heading for a port in Cleveland, the giant transport ship is loaded with ore that is going to be employed to create cars. The Legend of Sleeping Bear was Nick's initial book and has sold more than 200,000 copies. Atmospheric paintings from award-winning artist Gijsbert van Frankenhuyzen bring the story to life. The Edmund Fitzgerald is her 10th book with Sleeping Bear Press. This suspenseful retelling of the last hours of the doomed vessel pays homage to all sailors who traverse deep waters, in fair skies and foul. The author of the best-selling books The Legend of Sleeping Bear and The Legend of Mackinac Island, Kathy-jo Wargin aims to assist young readers notice the most intricate particulars of a story by adding the nuances that develop magic and wonder in a very good tale.
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