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John F. Kennedy and the Stormy Sea (Ready-to-Read. Level 2)

by Howard Goldsmith

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0689868162, Paperback)

When young Jack Kennedy's little sister gets tired of playing, Jack suggests a a sail. Within moments Jack is steering the small chip toward Osterville to say hello to Captain Manley. Under darkening clouds the two children head back home -- but they do not make it before a storm hits, threatening their lives. Is young Jack a good enough sailor to bring his sister home to safety?

(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 18:23:29 -0400)

Describes an incident in the early life of President Kennedy in which he brings his sister safely ashore in a sailboat through a storm. Later, Kennedy would rescue his sailors after the Japanese sink his ship in World War II.

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