This edition was published in 2003 by Orchard Books in New York. Written in English — 215 pages

As the only passenger, and the only female, on a transatlantic voyage in 1832, thirteen-year-old Charlotte finds herself caught between a murderous captain and a mutinous crew.

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Subjects Ships, Fiction, Self-perception, Sex role, Sea stories, Mutiny, Children's fiction, Sex role, fiction, Self-perception, fiction, Ships, fiction, Large type books, Love, fiction, Adventure and adventurers, fiction, Behavior, fiction, Homicide, Newbery Medal, Faculty Author Collection, Juvenile fiction, Ocean travel, Historical fiction, Mystery fiction, History
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April 1992, Avon Books, a div. of The Hearst Corporation, published by arrngmt w/Orchard Books, New York, NY
Subjects Ships, Fiction, Self-perception, Sex role, Sea stories, Mutiny, Children's fiction, Sex role, fiction, Self-perception, fiction, Ships, fiction, Large type books, Love, fiction, Adventure and adventurers, fiction, Behavior, fiction, Homicide, Newbery Medal, Faculty Author Collection, Juvenile fiction, Ocean travel, Historical fiction, Mystery fiction, History

As the only passenger, and the only female, on a transatlantic voyage in 1832, thirteen-year-old Charlotte finds herself caught between a murderous captain and a mutinous crew.


As the only passenger, and the only female, on a transatlantic voyage in 1832, thirteen-year-old Charlotte finds herself caught between a murderous captain and a mutinous crew.


Edition Notes

Newbery Honor Book, 1991 "Includes a new preface from Avi and a discussion guide"--Cover p. <4>.

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