|Plot Summary of Night of the Whale|
|"School is over and Wags just graduated from high school. There are no parents anywhere. Wags has got a permission to take five friends to her family's beach house. The senior week for Wags is going to be great. Wags is going to take five of her friends: Digger, Mouse, Timmi, Lauren, and Breeze. Mouse's nickname comes from his size.
On night their happy week was interrupted when they saw a whole group of whales stranded along a deserted section of the beach. So, everyone wants to save the whales by returning them back to the sea, but they are wondering if it is worth doing it.
Vadim Akhanov, Resident Scholar
|Review Analysis of Night of the Whale|
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