By Hal Marcovitz
O?Dell loved reasonable luck till 1960, while he released, Island of the Blue Dolphins, which quick grew to become a vintage of children?s literature, and is still a best-seller nearly 50 years later. integrated full-color images, chronology, notes, works via writer, bibliography, additional examining, and index. eight chapters, 128 pages.
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