Sinking Deeper: Or My Questionable (Possibly Heroic) Decision to Invent a Sea Monster (Paperback)
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The tiny fishing community of Deeper Harbour is in deep trouble--and so is fourteen-year-old Roland MacTavish. Roland's mom wants to move with him to Ottawa, away from his father, his weird friend Dulsie and his even weirder grandfather, Angus. So Roland does what any sane teenager would do: He invents a sea monster. Unfortunately, the scheme quickly spins out of Roland's control, and he has to go to greater and greater lengths to keep up the illusion. And then Roland must deal with a situation far more terrifying than any sea monster.
About the Author
Steve Vernon is one of Canada's premier storytellers. He has published numerous books and short stories for kids and adults including Maritime Murder, Halifax Haunts, and The Lunenburg Werewolf and Other Stories from the Supernatural. He lives in Halifax, Nova Scotia.