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Nim at Sea by Wendy Orr
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Nim at Sea

by Wendy Orr

Series: Nim (2)

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I read this after I saw the movie and I loved it even more than Nim's Island! ( )
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0440422329, Hardcover)

This time Nim’s the fish-out-of-water as she stows away on a cruise ship to save her kidnapped sea lion friend. Accompanied by her likeable iguana, Fred, the island girl lands with a splash in Manhattan, on the run from of a very Bad Guy, and on her way to reunite with her friend, cowardly adventure novelist Alex Rover. Kids who are interested in animals and animal welfare will enjoy this warmhearted story’s combo of suspenseful high-seas happenings, New York City excitement, and family drama.

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After Alex leaves the island, and Selkie the sea lion is kidnapped, Nim accidentally stows away on the cruise ship that took Selkie, in the hopes of rescuing her and bringing Alex back.

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