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The Lobster War

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4 out of 5
Based on 16 Ratings and 6 Reviews

Book Description
Sixteen-year-old Dain Harrington knows there is one thing he's good at, and that's lobstering. It's something he feels he can rely on, even though his father died in a storm at sea while fishing. During the summer before his senior year, Dain has good luck fishing his traps, until someone starts cutting them. Someone wants him off the water. And so begins a lobster war. Dain suspects Roger Gribbin... More
Book Information
PublisherFront Street
Reading LevelYoung Adults
# of Pages160
Publication Date05/10/2001
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About Ethan Howland (Author) : Ethan Howland is a published author of young adult books. A published credit of Ethan Howland is The Lobster War.
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