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Earthquake Escape
Earthquake Escape
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Wild Rescue

Earthquake Escape

After a massive earthquake, an orphaned giant panda cub escapes from its sanctuary in China's Sichuan Province. With no bamboo to eat, and hungry leopards on the prowl, the cub is in serious trouble. Ben and Zoe have their work cut out for them if they want to save this endangered animal.

PublisherStone Arch Books
BrandWild Rescue
Age Level8-11 Years
Reading LevelGrades 3-6
Trim Size5 1/4 x 7 1/2
Page Count152
Paper Over Board



NetGalley Review - Diane Greiner

"This is reminiscent of the Magic Tree House series where the kids go off on adventures, which the students enjoy reading. . . .I like the fact that the author puts in facts that the reader can take in, along with the knowledge shared at the end of the story. I believe students would enjoy reading this story and join in with the adventure." - NetGalley Review

October 27, 2012

Library Media Connection Online - Lonna Pierce

"Eleven-year-old twins Zoe and Ben Woodward are recruited by their eccentric, activist uncle to work for WILD, his secret organization to save endangered animals. Their uncle feels that no one will suspect kids as they travel around the globe. Each book tackles a different threatened animal in a variety of habitats, which are highlighted on a world map at the start of each story. The authors use b&w, graphic novel-like illustrations. Complete with gadgets and gear, Ben and Zoe have one harrowing mission after another, displaying improbable know-how and imaginative “toys” designed by Uncle Stephen. Despite some lame dialogue and unrealistic plots, readers will get drawn into the suspenseful rescues. The best-written scenario occurs in the rainforest of Borneo, when the siblings deal with corporate intrigue and betrayal in addition to environmental dangers. The mix of ecological savvy with intrepid desire for adrenaline promises to be popular. Recommended." - Library Media Connection Online

November 1, 2012

Sara Vogler

Sara Vogler

Jan Burchett and Sara Vogler were already friends when they discovered they both wanted to write children's books, and that it was much more fun to do it together. They have since written over a hundred and thirty stories, ranging from educational books and stories for younger readers to young adult fiction. They have written for series such as "Dinosaur Cove" and "Beast Quest", and they are authors of the "Gargoylz" books.

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