Following a girl who accidentally sails out to sea on the ship of a famous scientist, The Ship of Cloud and Stars is a mesmerising tale of legends, seafaring, science and courage to dream.
From the acclaimed author of The Forest of Moon and Sword comes a high-seas adventure for readers 9+. Join Nico on her quest to change the world...
Nico Cloud desperately wants to be an explorer, but her parents think adventures aren't for girls. Fate intervenes when Nico chases a kitten on board a ship... and then the ship sails out to sea!
Nico is an accidental stowaway. Lucky for her, the ship belongs to a famous scientist who is on a quest for new discoveries. But clouds are brewing overhead and cunning pirates are determined to wreck the crew's mission. Can Nico steer the ship to victory and prove her parents wrong?
An epic adventure story about the power of science and legends.
Publisher: Hachette Children's Group
Number of pages: 336
Weight: 300 g
Dimensions: 196 x 128 x 30 mm
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