by Published by Franck Careless, one of the discoverers in [S.l.] .
Written in English
|Statement||relating the strange adventure on a late voyage, from Lambethana to Villa Franca, alias Ramallia, to the eastward of Terra del Templo: by three ships, viz. the Pay-naught, the Excuse, the Least-inight, under the conduct of Captain Robert Owe-much: describing the nature of the inhabitants, their religion, laws and customs.|
|Series||Library of English literature -- LEL 40072.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||, 39 p.|
|Number of Pages||39|
The floating island, or, A new discovery: relating the strange adventure on a late voyage from Lambethana to Villa Franca, alias Ramallia, to the eastward of Terra del Templo, by three ships, viz. the Pay-naught, the Excuse, the Least-in-sight, under the conduct of Captain Robert Owe-much, describing the nature of the inhabitants, their religion, laws and customs. The floating island, or, A new discovery relating the strange adventure on a late voyage from Lambethana to Villa Franca, alias Ramallia, to the eastward of Terra del Templo, by three ships, viz. the Pay-naught, the Excuse, the Least-in-sight, under the conduct of Captain Robert Owe-much, describing the nature of the inhabitants, their religion, laws and customs / published by Franck Careless, one of the discoverers. Since I work in the library, I found the Floating Island on the "New Books" shelf, and took it out, not expecting too much of it. It was, in fact, better than I expected. It's the story of Matt, a 15 year old boy trapped in a wheelchair after a horrific accident a year previous. In this accident, his younger brother Tom died/5. The Floating Island is an incredible adventure detailing the beginning of Ven Polypheme's story. Elizabeth Haydon's incredibly descriptive storytelling ability creates a very detailed picture of the events as they occurs and though sometimes it can get tedious, the monotony is always broken by plot twists and spontaneous action events/5().
A French string quartet traveling from San Francisco to their next engagement in San Diego, is diverted to Standard Island. Standard Island is an immense man-made island designed to travel the waters of the Pacific Ocean. The wealth of residents of the island can only be measured in millions. The quartet is hired to play a number of concerts for the residents during their tour of the /5(2). She was, however, perhaps most successful as the creator of several children's books, winning Newbery Honors in for THE DREAM COACH and for FLOATING ISLAND. The latter book proved particularly popular and remained in print well into the s, when changing attitudes about both children's literature and race caused it to fade from the Reviews: 6. Are you a fan of the history channel show, The Curse of Oak Island?In this video, we will talk about Oak Island history and if the Oak Island mystery has fin. The Floating Island, the first volume in Elizabeth Haydon's critically-acclaimed The Lost Journals of Ven Polypheme series for middle grade readers, is now available with a stunning new cover Charles Magnus Ven Polypheme—known as Ven—is the youngest son of a long line of famous shipwrights. He dreams not of building ships, but of sailing them to far-off lands where magic thrives.
Long ago, in the Second Age of history, a young Nain explorer by the name of Ven Polypheme traveled much of the known and unknown world, recording his adventures. Recently discovered by archaeologists, a few fragments of his original journals are reproduced in this book. The Floating Island Elizabeth Haydon, Author, Brett Most interesting is the island of the title, "a ship of sorts" connected to the world's creation story, "a very old place, a magical place. Elizabeth Haydon; Interior illustrations by Brett Helquist. Little is known for sure about reclusive documentarian Elizabeth is an expert in dead languages and holds advanced degrees in Nain Studies from Arcana College and Lirin History from the University of Rigamarole. Thes first island to be tested on-site is called CPH-Ø1. The structure was built using thin strips of wood + steel and recycled boating material. The CPH-Ø1 was crafted with traditional boat-making techniques and it is approximately square feet with a single linden tree – just like an island drawing a child makes!