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Hardcover: 256 pages. Publisher: HOLT, RINEHART AND WINSTON (September 29, 1998).

Hardcover: 256 pages. Starting with the explanation that Charlotte is supposed to be traveling across the Atlantic from England to America with two other families, because her own family went ahead without her and left her to finish out her year at boarding school, we quickly learn that the other families are not coming.

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  • *SPOILERS AHEAD*

    This novel grabs the reader right from the start: "Not every thirteen-year-old girl is accused of murder, brought to trial, and found guilty. But I was just such a girl..." Starting with the explanation that Charlotte is supposed to be traveling across the Atlantic from England to America with two other families, because her own family went ahead without her and left her to finish out her year at boarding school, we quickly learn that the other families are not coming. Charlotte will take the journey alone, the sole passenger and the sole female among the crew of men. She befriends the cook, Zachariah, who foreshadows that they will become friends because of all that they have in common: "Miss Doyle is so young! I am so old! Surely there is something similar in that. And you, the sole girl, and I, the one black, are special on this ship. In short, we begin with two things in common, enough to begin a friendship." Charlotte learns that the crew is intent on mutiny against Captain Jaggery, and that's when things start to make sense. The stowaway. The families who made the last-minute decision not to take this ship. The dirk (small knife) given to her by Zachariah. And then the first mate is murdered during a storm, and Charlotte is accused and found guilty of the crime.

    I love Charlotte's relationship with Zachariah. I can see Hollywood making this movie with Morgan Freeman as Zachariah (indeed, there was a movie in the early stages at one point and he was attached to play the role). I love that Captain Jaggery, who acts most civilized, turns out to be the monster -- and I love the imagery of his quarters, at first perfect and luxe, and then broken and battered after the storm in a way that mirrors how Charlotte's impression of him has changed. I love that Charlotte grows from a prim and proper girl into a young woman with such courage in her convictions that she can run away from home at the end of the book to return to her family aboard the Seahawk.

    Charlotte Doyle is a strong heroine for young girls. I read this book when it was first published, when I was 8 years old, and I have reread it many times since then. It's my favorite book, so much so that I named my daughter Charlotte, and I used a line from this book as my senior quote in my high school yearbook. I leave you with this line, Zachariah's wisdom: "A sailor chooses the wind that takes the ship from a safe port. Ah, yes, but once you're abroad, as you have seen, winds have a mind of their own. Be careful, Charlotte, careful of the wind you choose."

  • I loved this book when I was in middle and high school. I wanted to read it again. I actually still owned a copy of it. With my current book challenges, I had the perfect reason to read it again. It did not disappoint. Unlike many stories, this book was just as good as it had been when I read it as a teen.

    The story follows young Charlotte Doyle. She is scheduled to travel on a merchant ship back home to Rhode Island from England. There is supposed to be two other families on board, but they fail to show. As soon as she boards, the young lady knows there is something amiss. Vague warnings and unusual occurrences start the warning bells buzzing in her head.

    After a failed attempted mutiny, Charlotte joins the sailors. She becomes one of the crew, working along side them from dawn to midnight, taring the deck and taking a watch. Danger from both human and ship lead to a very gripping tale on the sea. Every day, Charlotte adds some to her journal, leaving evidence of the crimes committed on board.

    I love this book. It is fascinating to watch Charlotte grow from a young, sheltered girl to a hardworking, independent young lady. You learn a lot about what the crew goes through on a long voyage, as well as the differences in social classes that were prevalent at the time. It would be a great book for a tween/teen girl. Also, anyone who wants to learn some basics about old-time sea faring would like this book. It is an easy read, but keeps you engaged throughout. It actually has a lot of suspense for a young adult book (at least those I read when I was younger, I don’t know about today’s books). It is simply a great book.

  • This book kept me, a 40-something year old temporarily retired school teacher turned homeschool mom- on the edge of my seat. I read it bc my daughter is reading it as school work. I would read ahead of her so I could keep up with comprehension and found myself telling her, "You won't believe what's going to happen! It's crazy!" At one point I even walked into her room one evening sobbing and told her, in jest of course, that she couldn't read it anymore bc it's too sad! This was just SUCH a great book...for anyone...of any age!!

  • My students were on the edge of their seats! This book says "young adult" on it, but it is appropriate for 4th to 5th grade, I believe--though there is plenty of danger and intrigue! Avi does not condescend to young people--and the material is engaging because of that. Intelligent, moving, heart-stopping, rewarding. One of the best novels I have read to keep students fascinated by reading. This one is definitely one of the best.

  • I am a sixth grade English teacher new to MCPS in Maryland. This book is one of three students may choose to explore the elements of adventure. For many students this is a first attempt at independent reading. It was somewhat successful. Next year I will plan literature circles to gauge understanding and practice summarizing.

  • I read this book to my 4th grade students when I was interning and I never miss an opportunity to share it with my students. I am now reading it with my own 2nd and 4th grade children. This book is great. Girls and boys alike will love this book. It brings out a sense of adventure in all of them. As an adult, I even enjoyed reading it! It's well written, exciting, and something even a child doesn't want to put down!

  • I have read this book twice now and enjoyed it just as much the second time. This is a great book for readers young and old.

    Charlotte leaves England a proper young lady of 13, bound for her home in America. The details of her adventure are historically accurate and enthralling. This is a true adventure story that is sure to take its place among many beloved classics.

  • Great book for middle schoolers, especially girls. The protagonist Charlotte challenges the times of what is expected of a girl. This book has suspense, murder, and adventure. You definetly root for Charlotte!