Jane's Island is a children's novel by Marjorie Hill Allee. The novel, illustrated by Maitland de Gorgoza, was first published in 1931 and was a Newbery Honor recipient in 1932. The book "describes the unspoiled beauty of Woods Hole, Massachusetts, where scientists study marine biology with inadequate equipment but disciplined dedication."'
Ellen, a 17-year-old college freshman spends the summer in Wood's Hole with 12-year-old Jane, the daughter of a marine biologist. They go on picnics and fishing expeditions while learning a lot about nature.
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