TITLE & AUTHOR
A Bridge to Wiseman's Cove: James Moleney
CHARACTER & SETTINGS
Carl Matt - Carl is 15 years of age and is also described as a minimal self-esteemed and obese child. He is the second eldest with the three Matt siblings (Sarah, Carl and Harley). Carl's mother, Kerry, abandons him and his two other bros, this makes him feel neglected and at the same time worried for his mother's health as she's nowhere available. Throughout the account, Carl challenges through a large number of obstacles, however the help of his new good friends soon to satisfy, he is able to develop and become self-assured about him self and towards others. Kerry Matt -Kerry Matt is a mother from the main protagonist, Carl. The girl with also the mother of Sarah, (Carl's older Sister) and Harley, (Carl's more youthful Brother). Throughout the novel, It is known that Kerry usually leaves her children behind for more than a day. But when she remaining again the lady never went back. Harley He - Carl's younger sibling. He is constantly getting into trouble. He enters fights, steals and gets caught undertaking graffiti. Skip Duncan - Owner with the barge Carl works on and wife to Joy. Miss initially can be reluctant to hire Carl as he is a Matt, but starts to trust and finally rely on him. Skip is bossy and stubborn, and earns little income coming from his organization of ferrying cars over the cove. Happiness Duncan - Skip Duncans wife the girl with a Kind, Supportive motherly determine.
Carl Ellen is an ungainly, lumpy 15 year-old who just would like to be liked. Sarah, Carl and Harley's fathers most walked out on the along with their mom, Kerry frequently finds all of them too hard to cope with. When his mother taking walks out on the family, apparently for good, 19 year-old Dorothy, terrified of the responsibility of raising the two boys, mind toEurope, providing the boys off to settle with their Great aunt Beryl in Wattle Beach front. Beryl is less than delighted with the idea of ingesting the boys, until she realizes that she is able to keep their social services...