Island of the Blue Dolphins

Author O'Dell, Scott,
Language English
Publisher
Boston: Sandpiper, 2010




Annotation:

Left alone on a beautiful but isolated island off the coast of California, a young Indian girl spends eighteen years, not only merely surviving through her enormous courage and self-reliance, but also finding a measure of happiness in her solitary life.



Subjects :

  • Shipwreck survival
  • Fiction
  • Survival skills
  • Juvenile literature
  • Reading comprehension
  • Fiction.
  • Indians of North America
  • San Nicolas Island (Calif.)
  • Vocabulary
  • Computer games
  • Survival
  • English language
  • Wilderness survival
  • Computer programs
  • O'Dell, Scott,
  • Juvenile fiction
  • Study and teaching (Higher
  • Books and reading
  • Islands
  • Newbery Medal
  • Newbery Medal books

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Best Books :

  • Adventuring with Books: A Booklist for PreK-Grade 6, 12th Edition, 1999 , National Council of Teachers of English
  • Middle And Junior High School Library Catalog, Eighth Edition, 2000 , H.W. Wilson
  • Children's Catalog, Eighteenth Edition, 2001 , H.W. Wilson
  • Children's Catalog, Nineteenth Edition, 2006 , H.W. Wilson
  • Kirkus Book Review Stars, 1990
  • Middle and Junior High School Library Catalog, Ninth Edition, 2005 , H.W. Wilson
  • Notable Children's Books, 1960 , ALSC American Library Association

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Awards, Honors & Prizes :

  • Children's Literature Council of Southern California Award , Winner , 1961, United States
  • Friends of Children and Literature (FOCAL) Award , Winner , 1981, United States
  • International Board on Books for Young People (IBBY) Honor List , Winner , 1962, International
  • John Newbery Medal , Winner , 1961, United States
  • Nene Award , Winner , 1964, Hawaii
  • Virginia Young Readers Program , Winner , 1982, Virginia
  • William Allen White Children's Book Award , Winner , 1963, Kansas
  • Newbery Medal Award , 1961

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State & Provincial Reading List :

  • Wisconsin Battle of the Books; 2007-2008 Wisconsin

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Reading Measurement Programs:


9780395069622, 0395069629
Houghton/Dell $16.00 $20.00 $5.50 $5.99 and $4.50. () 1996.

Reading Counts-Scholastic
Interest Level 6-8
Reading Level 6
Accelerated Reader Points 12


9780395536803, 0395536804
Houghton Mifflin (Boston:) 1990.

Accelerated Reader
Interest Level Middle Grade
Book Level 5.4
Accelerated Reader Points 6

Lexile, MetaMetrics, Inc.

Lexile Measure 1000
Accelerated Reader Points

Reading Counts-Scholastic
Interest Level 6-8
Reading Level 6
Accelerated Reader Points 12


9780440940005, 0440940001, 0788710257
Recorded Books Inc. (Prince Frederick MD:) 1997.

Accelerated Reader
Interest Level Middle Grade
Book Level 5.4
Accelerated Reader Points 6

Reading Counts-Scholastic
Interest Level 6-8
Reading Level 6
Accelerated Reader Points 12


0440439884, 9780440439882
Yearling Book (New York:) 2005.

Lexile, MetaMetrics, Inc.

Lexile Measure 1000
Accelerated Reader Points

Reading Counts-Scholastic
Interest Level 6-8
Reading Level 6
Accelerated Reader Points 12

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Reviews :

Susan G. Baird (Audiofile, September 1996)
Narrator Tantoo Cardinal more than succeeds in delivering a lovely listening experience. Her accent and pronunciation are first rate. The music adds to the story with an ethnic sound. When the Russians invaded the island, many islanders were killed or fled. Some, like the young girl, Karana, were accidentally left behind. Karana's survival in remote isolation is moving and unforgettable. Both the text and Cardinal's style make the listener feel he's part of Karana's isolation and maturation. S.G.B. (c)AudioFile, Portland, Maine Unabridged. 1995 (orig. 1960), Random House Audio, Three cassettes, 4 hrs, Retail pak, $18.99.
(PUBLISHER: Bantam Doubleday Dell (New York New York:), PUBLISHED: p1995.)

Marilyn Courtot (Children's Literature)
Winner of the Newbery Medal in 1961, this story of Karana, the Indian girl who lived alone for eighteen years on an island off the coast of California, still fascinates young readers. Her survival story--fighting the wild dogs and loneliness, hunting for food, and hoping to be rescued--is spellbinding. 1996 (orig. 1960), Houghton/Dell, $16.00, $20.00, $5.50, $5.99 and $4.50. Ages 10 up.
(PUBLISHER: Houghton/Dell $16.00 $20.00 $5.50 $5.99 and $4.50., PUBLISHED: 1996 (orig. 1960))

Maggie Chase (Children's Literature)
This 50th Anniversary Edition contains the same, beloved, classic story of Karana and her epic adventure of surviving on a Pacific island by herself for 18 years. The difference is that this edition begins with an Introduction by Lois Lowry. In it, Lowry recaps what is known about the real Karana, a woman who came to be known as Juana Maria, although she never answered to that name because she did not share a common language with anyone on the mainland of California. Lowry provides additional details to the Author s Note included in every edition of the book. For example, she tells readers that a Russian American trading company landed on the island of San Nicolas in 1811 to hunt sea otters, possibly setting off a chain reaction of human massacres. She also recounts the many stories or versions of why Karana ended up remaining behind when the rest of her people left on a schooner sponsored by the Santa Barbara Mission. Lowry includes musings and commentary about O Dell s writing. She wonders at his ability to tell such a rich story with only one human character, and she regrets that she had not asked him a multitude of questions about the craft of his writing while he was still alive. Lowry as well as readers will have to be content with savoring the story itself and letting some of the mysteries and questions behind it remain unanswered. In 1982, O Dell established the Scott O Dell Award for Historical Fiction, whose annual $5,000 prize is given to recognize meritorious work published for children or young adults. 2010 (orig. 1960), Houghton Mifflin, $6.99. Ages 10 up.
(PUBLISHER: Houghton/Dell $16.00 $20.00 $5.50 $5.99 and $4.50., PUBLISHED: 1996 (orig. 1960))

Midwest Book Review (Children's Bookwatch, December 2010)
The 50th anniversary edition of the Newbery-award-winning story ISLAND OF THE BLUE DOLPHINS is celebrated by the publication of this keepsake gift edition. A new introduction by Newbery medalist Lois Lowry and color panels by Ted Lewin accompanies a hardcover reprint of a classic in an edition suitable for gifting and repeat library lending alike. The Young Adult Shelf. ...., Houghton Mifflin Company, $22.00. n/a
(PUBLISHER: Houghton Mifflin Books for Children (Boston:), PUBLISHED: [2010] c1960.)

Paula McMillen, Ph.D. (Children's Literature)
This beautiful edition commemorates the fiftieth anniversary of the book s original publication in 1960. A welcome addition is the introduction by Lois Lowry, providing background on the historical events which inspired this story, and some thoughtful questions about O Dell s interpretation of those events. Although this was O Dell s first YA novel, it garnered him the Newbery Medal and he went on to receive the Hans Christian Andersen medal for his body of work. Readers meet 12-year-old Karana, the sole survivor of a tribe of indigenous people inhabiting a remote island about seventy miles southwest of Santa Barbara. After otter hunters and wild dogs kill off most of her people, Karana becomes self-sufficient and protects herself against wild animals, the weather, and potential intruders. Karana first tries to kill and then befriends Rantu, the leader of the dog pack, who becomes her beloved companion. This opens the door to her shifting view of all the animals on the island as more than just food, but spiritual beings with whom she may live in harmony. When at last Karana is rescued from the island and taken to the mission in Santa Barbara, she remains alone, because no one is alive who understands her language. It is a touching story of resilience and determination in the face of astounding obstacles. This new edition can foster rediscovery of a compelling character and enhance social science lessons about indigenous peoples, the role of missionaries in colonization, and California history. Readers will be impressed by Karana s strength, resourcefulness and her survival skills. 2010 (orig. 1960), Houghton Mifflin Books for Children, $22.00. Ages 12 to 16.
(PUBLISHER: Houghton Mifflin Books for Children (Boston:), PUBLISHED: [2010] c1960.)

Marilyn Courtot (Children's Literature)
Winner of the Newbery Medal in 1961, this story of Karana, the Indian girl who lived alone for eighteen years on an island off the coast of California, still fascinates young readers. Her survival story--fighting the wild dogs and loneliness, hunting for food, and hoping to be rescued--is spellbinding. 1996 (orig. 1960), Houghton/Dell, $16.00, $20.00, $5.50, $5.99 and $4.50. Ages 10 up.
(PUBLISHER: Houghton Mifflin (Boston:), PUBLISHED: 1990.)

Kirkus (Kirkus Reviews, 1990)
An outstanding new edition of this popular modern classic (Newbery Award, 1961), with an introduction by Zena Sutherland and a dozen compelling full-page watercolor illustrations to enchant new readers and old friends. 1990, Houghton Mifflin, $18.95. Starred Review. © 1990 Kirkus Reviews/VNU eMedia, Inc. All rights reserved.
(PUBLISHER: Houghton Mifflin (Boston:), PUBLISHED: 1990.)

Recorded Books (Recorded Books, LLC.)
Our island is like a dolphin lying on its side, with its tail pointing toward the sunrise, its nose pointing to the sunset, and its fins making reefs and the rocky ledges along the shore.

Karana, a Ghalas-at Indian, lives peacefully on the island with her tribe until the arrival of a Russian otter-hunting ship. In spite of the deal the Aleutian hunters make with her father, the Ghalas-at chief, in the end they prove treacherous, killing most of the tribe. Karana s younger brother, Ramo, is all that is left of her family. Fearful of the Aleuts return, the remaining Indians decide to move to another island, and are offered safe passage by some friendly ships. But as Karana boards the ship to leave the island forever, she is unable to find Ramo, and swims back to shore to search for him. Abandoned by the ships, Karana must draw on reserves of resourcefulness, and courage in order to survive. Island of the Blue Dolphins is based on the true story of an Indian girl who lived for 18 years on an island off the coast of California. n.d., n/a, SteadyReader CD; C7060, $51.75. Ages 10 to 14.
(PUBLISHER: n/a SteadyReader CD; C7060 $51.75., PUBLISHED: n.d.)

Recorded Books (Recorded Books, LLC.)
Our island is like a dolphin lying on its side, with its tail pointing toward the sunrise, its nose pointing to the sunset, and its fins making reefs and the rocky ledges along the shore.

Karana, a Ghalas-at Indian, lives peacefully on the island with her tribe until the arrival of a Russian otter-hunting ship. In spite of the deal the Aleutian hunters make with her father, the Ghalas-at chief, in the end they prove treacherous, killing most of the tribe. Karana s younger brother, Ramo, is all that is left of her family. Fearful of the Aleuts return, the remaining Indians decide to move to another island, and are offered safe passage by some friendly ships. But as Karana boards the ship to leave the island forever, she is unable to find Ramo, and swims back to shore to search for him. Abandoned by the ships, Karana must draw on reserves of resourcefulness, and courage in order to survive. Island of the Blue Dolphins is based on the true story of an Indian girl who lived for 18 years on an island off the coast of California. n.d., n/a, SteadyReader Cassette; 79637, $30.75. Ages 10 to 14.
(PUBLISHER: Recorded Books Inc. (Prince Frederick MD:), PUBLISHED: 1997.)

Recorded Books (Recorded Books, LLC.)
Our island is like a dolphin lying on its side, with its tail pointing toward the sunrise, its nose pointing to the sunset, and its fins making reefs and the rocky ledges along the shore.

Karana, a Ghalas-at Indian, lives peacefully on the island with her tribe until the arrival of a Russian otter-hunting ship. In spite of the deal the Aleutian hunters make with her father, the Ghalas-at chief, in the end they prove treacherous, killing most of the tribe. Karana s younger brother, Ramo, is all that is left of her family. Fearful of the Aleuts return, the remaining Indians decide to move to another island, and are offered safe passage by some friendly ships. But as Karana boards the ship to leave the island forever, she is unable to find Ramo, and swims back to shore to search for him. Abandoned by the ships, Karana must draw on reserves of resourcefulness, and courage in order to survive. Island of the Blue Dolphins is based on the true story of an Indian girl who lived for 18 years on an island off the coast of California. n.d., n/a, SteadyReader Cassette; 79637, $30.75. Ages 10 to 14.
(PUBLISHER: Recorded Books (Prince Frederick MD:), PUBLISHED: p1997.)

Louise R. Sullivan (Audiofile, August 1993)
Christina Moore's reading does full justice to this historical novel about the courage and ingenuity of Karana. The young Indian girl lived alone for eighteen years on an island off the coast of California in harmony with the world around her. Moore delivers the first-person narration with a quiet, nearly uninflected voice, creating the sense of Karana's youth and peril. Moore measures out her words, making the space between them speak for the desperate care with which Karana builds and provisions her home. Even Karana's moments of triumph, taming Rontu the wild dog and killing the giant octopus, have a feeling of patience, solitude and dignity when read with this sensitive control. L.S. (c)AudioFile, Portland, Maine Unabridged. 1992 (orig. 1960), Recorded Books, Three cassettes cassettes, 4.5 hrs., Book pak, $23.00, Four CDs, $39.00.
(PUBLISHER: Recorded Books (Prince Frederick MD:), PUBLISHED: p1992.)

Recorded Books (Recorded Books, LLC.)
Our island is like a dolphin lying on its side, with its tail pointing toward the sunrise, its nose pointing to the sunset, and its fins making reefs and the rocky ledges along the shore.

Karana, a Ghalas-at Indian, lives peacefully on the island with her tribe until the arrival of a Russian otter-hunting ship. In spite of the deal the Aleutian hunters make with her father, the Ghalas-at chief, in the end they prove treacherous, killing most of the tribe. Karana s younger brother, Ramo, is all that is left of her family. Fearful of the Aleuts return, the remaining Indians decide to move to another island, and are offered safe passage by some friendly ships. But as Karana boards the ship to leave the island forever, she is unable to find Ramo, and swims back to shore to search for him. Abandoned by the ships, Karana must draw on reserves of resourcefulness, and courage in order to survive. Island of the Blue Dolphins is based on the true story of an Indian girl who lived for 18 years on an island off the coast of California. n.d., Recorded Books, Unabridged CD - Library Edition; C1054, $46.75. Ages 10 to 14.
(PUBLISHER: Recorded Books (Prince Frederick MD:), PUBLISHED: p1992.)

(Bookbird Reviews)
In the Pacific there is an island that looks like a big fish sunning itself in the sea. Around it, blue dolphins swim, otters play, and sea elephants and sea birds abound. once, Indians also lived on the island. And when they left and sailed to the east, one young girl was left behind. This is the story of Karana, the Indian girl who lived alone for years on the Island of the Blue Dolphins. Year after year, she watched one season pass into another and waited for a ship to take her away. But while she waited, she kept herself alive by building shelter, making weapons, finding food, and fighting her enemies, the wild dogs. It is not only an unusual adventure of survival, but also a tale of natural beauty and personal discovery. The Newberry Medal-winning story of a 12-year old girl who lives alone on a Pacific island after she leaps from a rescue ship. Isolated on the island for eighteen years, Karana forages for food, builds weapons to fight predators, clothes herself in a cormorant feathered skirt, and finds strength and peace in her seclusion. A classic tale of discovery and solitude returns to Houghton Mifflin Harcourt for its 50th anniversary, with a new introduction by Lois Lowry.
(PUBLISHER: Sandpiper (Boston:), PUBLISHED: [2010] c1960.)

Maggie Chase (Children's Literature)
This 50th Anniversary Edition contains the same, beloved, classic story of Karana and her epic adventure of surviving on a Pacific island by herself for 18 years. The difference is that this edition begins with an Introduction by Lois Lowry. In it, Lowry recaps what is known about the real Karana, a woman who came to be known as Juana Maria, although she never answered to that name because she did not share a common language with anyone on the mainland of California. Lowry provides additional details to the Author s Note included in every edition of the book. For example, she tells readers that a Russian American trading company landed on the island of San Nicolas in 1811 to hunt sea otters, possibly setting off a chain reaction of human massacres. She also recounts the many stories or versions of why Karana ended up remaining behind when the rest of her people left on a schooner sponsored by the Santa Barbara Mission. Lowry includes musings and commentary about O Dell s writing. She wonders at his ability to tell such a rich story with only one human character, and she regrets that she had not asked him a multitude of questions about the craft of his writing while he was still alive. Lowry as well as readers will have to be content with savoring the story itself and letting some of the mysteries and questions behind it remain unanswered. In 1982, O Dell established the Scott O Dell Award for Historical Fiction, whose annual $5,000 prize is given to recognize meritorious work published for children or young adults. 2010 (orig. 1960), Houghton Mifflin, $6.99. Ages 10 up.
(PUBLISHER: Sandpiper (Boston:), PUBLISHED: [2010] c1960.)

(Bookbird Reviews)
In the Pacific there is an island that looks like a big fish sunning itself in the sea. Around it, blue dolphins swim, otters play, and sea elephants and sea birds abound. Once, Indians also lived on the island. And when they left and sailed to the east, one young girl was left behind. This is the story of Karana, the Indian girl who lived alone for years on the Island of the Blue Dolphins. Year after year, she watched one season pass into another and waited for a ship to take her away. But while she waited, she kept herself alive by building shelter, making weapons, finding food, and fighting her enemies, the wild dogs. It is not only an unusual adventure of survival, but also a tale of natural beauty and personal discovery. Far off the coast of California looms a harsh rock known as the island of San Nicholas. Dolphins flash in the blue waters around it, sea otter play in the vast keep beds, and sea elephants loll on the stony beaches. Here, in the early 1800s, according to history, an Indian girl spent eighteen years alone, and this beautifully written novel is her story. It is a romantic adventure filled with drama and heartache, for not only was mere subsistence on so desolate a spot a near miracle, but Karana had to contend with the ferocious pack of wild dogs that had killed her younger brother, constantly guard against the Aleutian sea otter hunters, and maintain a precarious food supply. More than this, it is an adventure of the spirit that will haunt the reader long after the book has been put down. Karana's quiet courage, her Indian self-reliance and acceptance of fate, transform what to many would have been a devastating ordeal into an uplifting experience. From loneliness and terror come strength and serenity in this Newbery Medal-winning classic.
(PUBLISHER: Yearling Book (New York:), PUBLISHED: [2005?].)

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Boston: Sandpiper, 2010

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Study guide from the series Novel ties.

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