Higgins Hole

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Charlesbridge Publishing, Incorporated, Jan 1, 2012 - Juvenile Fiction - 210 pages
2 Reviews

"Jumping conch shells! Have I got a tale for you!"

So begins the account of the battle for Higgins Hole by its most noble historian and poet laureate, Petronius the seahorse. Tucked away from the powerful currents of the ocean, Higgins Hole is home to a peaceful community of quirky sea creatures--until a vicious pack of great white sharks, led by the ferocious Tacitus, invades. Lutus, the Hole's sage lobster leader, and Apollo, the sea turtle diplomat, appeal to the Oceanic Council for help, while General Integritus, the courageous military commander, does his best to protect the Hole. Yet in the end, it will be up to the Hole's inhabitants to rid their waters of the intruders, with the aid of the legendary Flying Dolphin Squadron and a helping hand from the mysterious depths of the abyss.

A comical adventure that celebrates loyalty, leadership, identity, and the triumph of community over violent forces of change.

This book is good for your brain because:
Fiction, fantasy, community, democracy, ocean life.

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Review: Higgins Hole

User Review  - Read Ribbet - Goodreads

2013 IRA nominee. For me it was like Poppi under the water as the coral community defends against great white sharks, but without the compelling characters, storyline or fully achieving the potential of realistic political overtones. Read full review

Review: Higgins Hole

User Review  - Mel Raschke - Goodreads

Higgins Hole is a fast and funny story filled with wisdom and important life lessons. Sprinkled across it all is a punsters' delight in playful words that are an education in themselves. In the best ... Read full review

About the author (2012)

Kevin Boreen is a first-time author who lives in Wilton, Connecticut. He began writing HIGGINS HOLE during his daily commute to Manhattan.

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