Published April 1, 2007
by Harcourt Paperbacks .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||180|
In the novel The Cay, a young white boy and an old black man are stranded on a small sandy cay in the Caribbean Sea following a shipwreck. Eleven-year-old Phillip was blinded by flying debris when a torpedo struck the SS Hato, and old Timothy has taught him how to prequel-sequel tells the rest of their tale in alternating chapters--the compelling story of two very /5(60). Theodore Taylor's novel The Cay is about adventure, survival, and friendship. In this lesson, you will learn about the character of Timothy, whose practical nature and kindness are essential to. The Cay Summary. The novel opens, and we're given the initial setup. It's We're on the Caribbean island of Curaçao, and World War II is under way. The island is being stalked by German submarines that arrived during the nighttime . The Cay Renee Armitage 5th The Cay by Theodore p Enright is a young 11 year old boy living on a small island named Curacao in the middle of a war with the this novel there are many hidden messages one of which is that you dont live by sight. This novel is an inspiring Castaway like novel but with a racial twist/5.
The book Timothy of the Cay by Theodore Taylor was an amazing and exiting book. The book is about a blind boy named Phillip that had been stranded on a small cay with a black man named Timothy. Months later Phillip is rescued, but Timothy is not able to come along.5/5(4). The Cay (the award-winning novel about racial prejudice in the s) is the unseen vessel in the middle of a ``prequel/sequel'' in which Taylor explores both the black man Timothy's life as it leads up to the wreck of the Hato in the Caribbean during WW II and year-old Phillip Enright's journey back to civilization after his rescue from the island. In chapter 13 of The Cay, Phillip uses his knowledge to share stories with Timothy. In chap Timothy uses his knowledge and experience to help them prepare for a storm. The story continues from where "The Cay" left off following Phillip and his journey to gain his eyesight back. While also a prequel for Timothy telling the story how he became interested in the sea and his quest to become a captain of his own boat. And of course ultimately how he ended up crossing timelines with phillip in the first book.
The Cay User Review - bookworm09 - Borders. I didn't really enjoy this book because it didn't have enough cliff hangers or action to keep me interested. Timothy and the boy are on the island for quite some time and they don't do much but try to provide for themselves. Read full review/5(61). Q. Chapter 3: Why does Phillip start to think of Timothy as a "stubborn old man?" answer choices Timothy refuses to share any of the fish he caught. Timothy of the Cay has 1 reviews and 4 ratings. Reviewer olive_tree18 wrote: This book was really interesting! It is about Timoty and Phillip again but in a prequel-sequel style. This book gives a backstory on Timothy's life as a kid all the way through his middle-aged years. It talks about how he learned to survive on the /5(4). In the novel The Cay, a young white boy and an old black man are stranded on a small sandy cay in the Caribbean Sea following a shipwreck. Eleven-year-old Phillip was blinded by flying debris when a torpedo struck the SS Hato, and old Timothy has taught him how to prequel-sequel tells the rest of their tale in alternating chapters—the compelling /5(41).