The Turn of the Tide

Author: Rosanne Parry
Publisher: Yearling
ISBN: 9780375871368
Release Date: 2017-02
Genre: Cousins

After a devastating tsunami in Japan, cousins Jet and Kai spend the summer together in Astoria, Oregon, training for the Young's Bay Treasure Island sailboat race and become close friends in the process.

Turning of the Tide

Author: Don Yaeger
Publisher: Center Street
ISBN: 159995236X
Release Date: 2008-12-14
Genre: Sports & Recreation

New York Times bestselling author Yaeger tells the electrifying story of the game that broke down the last racial division in college football.

The Turn of the Tide

Author: Robert J. Rance
Publisher: AuthorHouse
ISBN: 9781456717445
Release Date: 2011-02
Genre: Biography & Autobiography

This lively narrative describes the author's dedication to the preservation of the striped bass as well as his effort to expose the chicanery of politicians who fought to defeat management bills designs to save the fish.

The Turn of the Tide

Author: Eleanor H. Porter
Publisher: The Floating Press
ISBN: 9781775562900
Release Date: 2012-10-01
Genre: Fiction

Like many impoverished children living in the slums of New York around the turn of the twentieth century, Margaret Kendall has faced more than her fair share of adversity in life. When a series of remarkable coincidences and events serve to reunite her with her mother, she is certain that her problems are over. But her new life back home comes with its own set of challenges and conflicts. Will this spunky protagonist be able to navigate the pitfalls of family life?

The Turn of the Tide

Author: Horace Annesley Vachell
Publisher: Palala Press
ISBN: 1358850399
Release Date: 2016-05-23
Genre:

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The Turn of the Tide

Author: Eleanor H. Porter
Publisher: The Floating Press
ISBN: 9781775562900
Release Date: 2012-10-01
Genre: Fiction

Like many impoverished children living in the slums of New York around the turn of the twentieth century, Margaret Kendall has faced more than her fair share of adversity in life. When a series of remarkable coincidences and events serve to reunite her with her mother, she is certain that her problems are over. But her new life back home comes with its own set of challenges and conflicts. Will this spunky protagonist be able to navigate the pitfalls of family life?

Turning the Tide

Author: Ed Offley
Publisher: Basic Books
ISBN: 9780465031641
Release Date: 2012-05-08
Genre: History

The United States experienced its most harrowing military disaster of World War II not in 1941 at Pearl Harbor but in the period from 1942 to 1943, in Atlantic coastal waters from Newfoundland to the Caribbean. Sinking merchant ships with impunity, German U-boats threatened the lifeline between the United States and Britain, very nearly denying the Allies their springboard onto the European Continent--a loss that would have effectively cost the Allies the war. In Turning the Tide, author Ed Offley tells the gripping story of how, during a twelve-week period in the spring of 1943, a handful of battle-hardened American, British, and Canadian sailors turned the tide in the Atlantic. Using extensive archival research and interviews with key survivors, Offley places the reader at the heart of the most decisive maritime battle of World War II.