Jenny goes to sea /Material type: BookSeries: New York Review children's collection: Publisher: New York : [S.l.] : New York Review Books ; Distributed by Publishers Group West, , c1957Description: 126 p. : ill. (some col.), maps (some col.) ; 23 cm.ISBN: 9781590171554; 1590171551.Subject(s): Cats -- Fiction | Ocean travel -- Fiction | Ships -- FictionOnline resources: Table of contents Summary: A little black cat named Jenny, along with her brothers and their owner Captain Tinker, sails around the world on a ship called the "Sea Queen."
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Enhanced descriptions from Syndetics:
In Jenny Goes to Sea, our heroine makes her passage on the good ship Sea Queen with her master, Captain Tinker, and her adopted brothers, tiger cat Edward, and black-and-white cat Checkers. Once on board, they meet the adventurous ship's cat, Jack Tar. Leaving New York's harbor, the friends travel to Africa and Asia, and return through the Panama Canal. At each port they meet a colorful local cat who shows them around. Jenny and her pals have their fortunes told by an Abyssinian cat in Zanzibar; dance the sailor's hornpipe with Bobo the Burmese, another ship's cat who was left behind, in Singapore; and float with Siamese cat Dara in a sampan boat on a Bangkok river a truly exotic adventure.
Horn Book Starred, April 2006
A little black cat named Jenny, along with her brothers and their owner Captain Tinker, sails around the world on a ship called the "Sea Queen."
K-3 Follett Library Resources.
Table of contents provided by Syndetics
- Ready for the Sea (p. 7)
- The Ship's Cat (p. 20)
- South Africa (p. 32)
- Zanzibar (p. 44)
- Fortunes Told in the Old Bazaar (p. 53)
- On Their Way to the East (p. 63)
- All Ashore in Singapore (p. 69)
- Storm in the Gulf of Siam (p. 79)
- Checkers Slips Away (p. 83)
- Jenny Holds the Ship (p. 96)
- Hammocks for All (p. 105)
- Edward Writes a Poem (p. 111)
- Home from the Sea (p. 118)