By Lloyd Jones.
Read by Nikki Amuka-Bird.On a South Pacific island threatened by uprising, Matilda and her classmates find their lives intertwined with those of Mr Dickens and a boy called Pip.
Mr Watts has promised to introduce the children to Mr Dickens.
This comes as some surprise, for they had thought that Mr Watts was the only white person on the island.
As the blockade of the island starts to grip, the children seek refuge in the imaginary world of Mr Dickens.
As news of reprisals reaches the village, Matilda's mother turns to prayer.
The dreaded redskin soldiers appear in the village.
Matilda's teacher is mistaken for Mr Dickens.
Despite the tensions on the island and his wife's illness, Mr Watts continues with his commitment to teach the children.
After his wife's death, Mr Watts continues with his project to help the children save their fragments of Pip's story.
When the rebel fighters arrive in the village, Mr Watts draws them into the wonderful world of storytelling.
The Rambos have left in the night, leaving the village to wonder what spooked them.
Matilda has escaped from the war-torn island and is on her way home to her father in Australia.