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Dolphin Island #1: Shipwreck

by Jenny Oldfield (author) (UK edition)

Suitable for 7 - 10 years

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Imagine being shipwrecked on a tiny tropical island! Danger is everywhere. Luckily, so are gorgeous dolphins! When the Fisher family are shipwrecked in the middle of the vast ocean, a small pod of dolphins guides them to safety. Now Fleur, Alfie, Mia and their parents are marooned. They must learn to build a shelter, find fresh water and hunt for food. Scary but fun! Best of all, each of the children forms a special bond with one of the dolphins: fun-loving Jazz, dark-grey Stormy and kind-hearted Pearl. But the island is far from home and shaken by violent electrical storms. Can the kids and dolphins work together to survive?

  • A classic shipwreck adventure with a fantastic twist
  • Appealing mid-length fiction with vivid illustrations
  • Author Jenny Oldfield has sold over a million books
  • Her books include Bright Star and My Magical Pony

Product Details


Dolphin Island (book 1)






Hodder Children's Books

Date published

January 4th, 2018

Other details
  • 192 pages


UK edition


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