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I Face the Wind

CRITICS HAVE SAID

  • From the endpapers, showing a cutaway view of the ship, to the final phrase, “the lightship holds her place,” this handsome book respects both its subject and its audience.
    –Booklist
  • This fascinating, little-known slice of history should prove interesting to every child who loves big boats.
    — School Library Journal

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  • Sturges, Philemon. Bridges Are to Cross. Putnam, 1998.
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