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I found this book dull, un interesting and incredibly boring All it was about was a boy, who s best friend was a fish Which I think is pretty sad. Winton is magical Blueback is a beautiful and whimsical story of a boy and his friendship with a Blue Groper affectionately named Blueback For those who have never seen a Blue Groper, they are incredibly majestic and can be found in a variety in coastal waters throughout Australia, including exposed reefs Tim Winton has used Blueback as a symbol of our marine wildlife and how it s paramount to protect our coastline Although the storyline follows Ab Winton is magical Blueback is a beautiful and whimsical story of a boy and his friendship with a Blue Groper affectionately named Blueback For those who have never seen a Blue Groper, they are incredibly majestic and can be found in a variety in coastal waters throughout Australia, including exposed reefs Tim Winton has used Blueback as a symbol of our marine wildlife and how it s paramount to protect our coastline Although the storyline follows Abel from the age of ten up until he s in his thirties, it s his mother that is the shining example of an environmental warrior After Dora Jackson s husband was taken by a Tiger Shark while diving, she has always fought for her beloved Bay through teaching Abel to respect their coast Throughout Abel s lifetime, his mother has seen illegal poachers who threaten to destroy the Bay by illegal fishing, developers who want to spoil the magic of the serene coastal property, raising a child alone with no support and living off the land to make ends meet She s a phenomenal role model that should be celebrated But it s her determination to protect her coast that will resonate with environmentalists worldwide It was simply beautiful An incredibly poignant story that reminds us to take care of our environment from an author who leads by example I hadn t heard of Tim Winton prior to reading Blueback, but the popular award winning Australian author is an incredible ambassador for Australian Marine Conservation Society and has been decalred a Living Treasure by the National Trust, and I can certainly see why But the magic of Blueback isn t only confined to the storyline, but the series of Penguin s Australian Children s Classics are all simply stunning Beautiful little novella that is almost like a fairytale Winton writes so evocatively about the sea that you feel you re in there and you never want to leave. A lovely tribute to the beauty and power of the sea, and a powerful reminder of our responsibility to care for it.Tim Winton must love the sea, the way he describes the feeling of being underwater and the call of the sea is mesmerising The story follows the life of a boy growing up beside the sea, diving with his mother he meets a huge fish which he befriends and names Blueback Throughout his life the boy s relationship with the fish and the sea shape everything he does Towards the end the st A lovely tribute to the beauty and power of the sea, and a powerful reminder of our responsibility to care for it.Tim Winton must love the sea, the way he describes the feeling of being underwater and the call of the sea is mesmerising The story follows the life of a boy growing up beside the sea, diving with his mother he meets a huge fish which he befriends and names Blueback Throughout his life the boy s relationship with the fish and the sea shape everything he does Towards the end the story felt a little rushed and I lost my connection to the boy as he grew into a man Despite this it is overall a lovely story, and an important one to show children the importance of sustainability and conservation Story of the environment and a journey through life Meh. This is my first Tim Winton book, and based on my enjoyment of this novella, I ll be looking forfrom him It s a beautiful story, simple yet graceful and thought provoking It s supposed to be a children s book, but really I think it s a book for all ages. A pretty bland read even for year 5 s which I guess is the target audience. Blueback by Tim Winton is a very meaningful novel, that puts across a strong message That message is that we should all respect our environment properly It is a very touching story that is set in a Coastal town in Australia, called Longboat Bay.Blueback is about a boy called Abel Jackson and his mother Dora and their journeys through life and how they just happen to encounter a beautiful creature of the sea Blueback and fall inlove with it Blueback captures Able s and Dora s heart and over Blueback by Tim Winton is a very meaningful novel, that puts across a strong message That message is that we should all respect our environment properly It is a very touching story that is set in a Coastal town in Australia, called Longboat Bay.Blueback is about a boy called Abel Jackson and his mother Dora and their journeys through life and how they just happen to encounter a beautiful creature of the sea Blueback and fall inlove with it Blueback captures Able s and Dora s heart and over the years they become very close When the abalone season comes along the Jacksons put up a fight to save Blueback because with all the dirty fisherman around his life is endangered Blueback is heart capturing story that all should read It makes you think twice about how you respect the environment and some people in this world, obviously need the wake up call Blueback is a great novel, it s an easy read and I recommend it to all ages It s a very inspiring novel, that allows you to use your imagination and may even change some people s views on the subject Any one can enjoy this book, whatever their age or literary likes or dislikes Its brief enough to be read in an afternoon, but deep and wise enough to stay with you a thousand afternoons after Encompassing the life of a certain Abel and a fish named Blueback, it contains important lessons about life, the sea, and conservation.Winton Writes All these years I just wanted to know about the sea I ve been everywhere, I ve studied, I ve given lectures, become a bigshot But you know, my mother is Any one can enjoy this book, whatever their age or literary likes or dislikes Its brief enough to be read in an afternoon, but deep and wise enough to stay with you a thousand afternoons after Encompassing the life of a certain Abel and a fish named Blueback, it contains important lessons about life, the sea, and conservation.Winton Writes All these years I just wanted to know about the sea I ve been everywhere, I ve studied, I ve given lectures, become a bigshot But you know, my mother is still the one who understands it She doesn t go anywhere at all She grows vegetables and eats fish And she has saved a place I m a scientist, a big cheese, but I have never saved a place She learned by staying put, by watching and listening Feeling things She didn t need a computer and two degrees and a frequent slyer program She s part of the bay That s how she knows it Makes one stop to think And again De vriendschap tussen een jongetje en een tandbaars in een afgelegen gelegen baai aan de Australische westkust