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The Sign of the Seahorse A Tale of Greed and High Adventure in Two Acts cover
  • ISBN: 9780140563870
  • ISBN10: 0140563873

The Sign of the Seahorse a Tale of Greed and High Adventure in Two Acts

by Graeme Base

  • List Price: $8.99
  • Binding: Paperback
  • Publisher: Penguin USA
  • Publish date: 06/01/1998
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Romance, mystery and intrigue revolve around the Seahorse Cafe, where the beautiful Pearl Trout falls in love with Corporal Bert the Soldiercrab. But Reeftown is in danger, and soon Pearl, Bert, and Pearl's brother Finneus must journey through the ocean depths to find the source of the deadly poison that is destroying the coral reef. Graeme Base's "witty rhymes (and) dynamic, radiantly colored illustrations...should keep both reader and audience immensely entertained" (Publishers Weekly).

"Base will surely delight his many fans with this latest high-color, high-action, high-density composition...(with) a high-minded ecological message". -- School Library Journal

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A tale of greed and adventure in two sublime acts. Who can resist a play with scenes titled "Down at the Seahose Cafe", "The Source of the Poison". Terrific artwork.