[bksvol-discuss] Re: FW: Request, Please forward?

  • From: Cindy <popularplace@xxxxxxxxx>
  • To: bksvol-discuss@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Wed, 27 Apr 2005 14:01:49 -0700 (PDT)

I checked my library online catalog. There is a audio
book version of Lord of the Flies narrated by the
author, William Golding. That's close to Gladden.


--- Marissa Mika <Marissa.M@xxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

> This is a request from someone who isn't on the
> list, but was hoping
> that someone could help her out in finding this
> book. 
> Best,
> Marissa 
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Ilene Sirocca [mailto:meadlark@xxxxxxx] 
> Sent: Wednesday, April 27, 2005 5:24 AM
> To: Marissa Mika
> Subject: Request, Please forward?
> If anyone on the Bookshare Volunteer list either
> could scan the
> following or 
> tell me what it is so I can find and scan it, I'd
> appreciate it so much.
> This book, probably from the late 'fifties or early
> 'sixties, was about
> some 
> yong men and/or boys who get stranded on an island. 
> The protahgonist is
> Jim 
> nailer or something sounding like Nailer.  His rival
> is named Pibworthy;
> Jim 
> suspects him of cheating on the rations,
> particularly condensed milk.
> They 
> have a fight partway through.  There are other
> characters I think named 
> bowman and semple, younger than the first two; and
> maybe an older guy
> named 
> shelby.  In the end the rationing misunderstanding
> is cleared up,
> everybody 
> works together, and the group either is rescued or
> finds the way back to
> civilization.  I read this book on talking book and
> i believe william 
> gladden narrated it but it is not under his listings
> in the online
> catalog.
> I am searching for the book at Loganberry Books, a
> great site for
> looking up 
> this sort of thing, just go to
> www.logan.com
> and from there to Loganberry books.  But no luck so
> far.   I would love
> to 
> submit this book for Bookshare kids.
> Ilene 

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