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salling home

"Salling Home : A Story of a Childhood at Sea"

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What is the most likely reason the author wrote this story? To inform you about a true story.
Why did the children live ashore when the ship carried coal? That was their home.
Where do you think the children PROBALY got their animals? From the places the have been.
How were Miss.Shipman and Albert ALIKE? They both didn't like each other.
What happend when the John Ena quivered a strange quiver and slowly righted herself? They almost sank.
How would you describe the mother in this story? She was caring.
What do you think is the theme of this story? They all worked as a team.
In what way was crew like a family to the children in this story? They were all nice and caring to each other.
What was the author's purpose for including the "Afterword" that was found on the 2pgs after the story? He included it bcause he wanted to tell us that the story is a true story.
what is the MOST LIKELY reason the Madsen family chose Hawaii for their home? They choose Hawaii because maybe they like to be near water and Hawaii is beutiful.
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