(When their small boat is washed ashore not far from their...)
When their small boat is washed ashore not far from their home, a brother and sister are unconcerned until they realize they have been transported back in time.
Sinor was a noted newspaper columnist whose work was syndicated in some six hundred newspapers and won him the National Headliners Award. Sinor got his start as a copy runner at the Sacramento Bee. Beginning in 1948, he worked as a freelance journalist.
John saw service in the U.S. Air Force during the Korean War. He wrote the weekly “John Sinor Column” for Copley News Service and prepared a daily commentary for the San Diego Union-Tribune.
John retired in 1992. In addition to his journalism, Sinor wrote books including "Eleven Albatrosses in My Bluebird Tree", "Ghosts of Cabrillo Lighthouse", "Finsterhall of San Pasqual", "Finsterhall Goes over the Wall", "Best of San Diego", and "Some Ladies in My Life." "Finsterhall of San Pasqual" was adapted for the screen and filmed by Disney Studios.