The lost island of Tamarind
Maya Nelson isn't your typical thirteen-year-old. She's spent her whole life living on the sea with her marine biologist parents, her younger brother, Simon, and baby sister, Penny. Maya used to love living on a sailboat, but lately, everything feels terribly claustrophobic. Maya longs to go to school on land. To make friends. To lead a normal life. But when a violent storm hits and Maya's parents are washed overboard, life becomes anything but normal. The children manage to steer the boat toward a mysterious island, to a place that doesn't exist on a map.
Welcome to Tamarind, where fish can fly, pirates patrol the waters, jaguars lurk, the islanders are at war, and an evil, child-stealing enchantress rules the jungle.
Maya never imagined she'd have to face so many dangers. But then, who could have imagined a place like Tamarind. . . .?
In her stunning first novel, Nadia Aguiar presents a heart-pounding adventure tale about a haunting, fantastical island cut off from the outside world.
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|Grouping Title||lost island of tamarind|
|Grouping Author||aguiar nadia|
|Last Grouping Update||2018-10-03 04:49:02AM|
|Last Indexed||2018-10-23 04:52:19AM|
|available_at_arlington||Central, Columbia Pike|
|detailed_location_arlington||Central Kids Fiction, Columbia Pike Kids Fiction|
|display_description||Thirteen-year-old Maya, who has spent her life at sea with her marine biologist parents, yearns for a normal life, but when a storm washes her parents overboard, life becomes anything but normal for Maya, her younger brother and baby sister, as they land at a mysterious, uncharted island filled with danger.|
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|owning_library_arlington||Arlington Public Library, Aurora Hills, Central, Cherrydale, Columbia Pike, Connection Crystal City, Detention Center, Glencarlyn, Local History, Plaza, Shirlington, Westover|
|owning_location_arlington||Central, Columbia Pike|
|record_details||ils:.b13064368|Book|Books|First edition.|English|Feiwel and Friends,|2008.|437 pages : illustrations ; 22 cm.|
|series||Book of Tamarind|
|series_with_volume||Book of Tamarind|1|
|subject_facet||Adventure stories, Brothers and sisters -- Juvenile fiction, Giants -- Juvenile fiction, Islands -- Juvenile fiction, Magic -- Juvenile fiction, Pirates -- Juvenile fiction, War stories|
|title_display||The lost island of Tamarind|
|title_full||The lost island of Tamarind / Nadia Aguiar|
|title_short||The lost island of Tamarind|