The Lifesaving Adventure of Sam Deal, Shipwreck Rescuer
From the Series History's Kid Heroes
When a ship begins to sink . . . a boy and his pony rise to the occasion.
Pea Island, North Carolina, 1896. Sam Deal loves horses, especially his little pony, Ginger. The men at the lifesaving station on the beach make fun of Ginger, but Sam knows she’s a worthy steed. When a ship begins to sink on a stormy, scary night, Sam and Ginger get to test their strength. Can Sam and Ginger brave the waves to help save the shipwrecked passengers and crew?
|Grade 3 - Grade 5
|Graphic Novels, Social Studies
|Lerner Publishing Group
|Graphic Universe ™
|Number of Pages
|Reading Counts! Level
|6 x 8.5
|Guided Reading Level
|ATOS Reading Level
|Accelerated Reader® Quiz
|Accelerated Reader® Points
|Bibliography/further reading, Original artwork, Reviewed, Teaching Guides, and Websites
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History's Kid Heroes
History is brought to life using compelling stories in a visually contemporary way. Each History’s Kid Heroes title brings historical fiction into the graphic novel format using strong characters and exciting storylines. View available downloads →
“With a good shot of energetic action and a focused look at a little-known slice of history, this quick story should have appeal both in and out of the classroom.” —Booklist
“These books provide exciting glimpses into the past, with just the right amount of tension and intensity to capture readers’ attention. " —School Library Journal