Sea Change (Armstrong novel)

Sea Change (Armstrong novel)

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name = Sea Change
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image_caption = Paperback edition, 1969
author = Richard Armstrong
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country = UK
language = English
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genre = Children's novel
publisher = J. M. Dent & Sons
pub_date = 1947
english_pub_date =
media_type = Print (hardcover, paperback)
pages = 222pp
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Sea Change is a 1947 children's book by Richard Armstrong, a seafaring adventure. It was the winner of the Carnegie Medal for 1948. [ [ The CILIP Carnegie Medal & Kate Greenaway Children's Book Awards] ]

Plot introduction

Cam Renton is a sixteen-year-old apprentice in the British Merchant Navy. Having had a year's experience at sea, he is on his third voyage, to Barbados. He is working towards his second mate's ticket, but has mixed feelings about a life at sea.


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