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Lost: A Wild Tale of Survival
Lost: A Wild Tale of Survival
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Survival Stories

Lost: A Wild Tale of Survival

Kelly roams the outskirts of the forest with her friends while they attempt to collect various bugs for a science assignment. Soon, a particularly rare butterfly catches her eye and she wanders into the woods in hot pursuit until it suddenly disappears. When Kelly turns back, she realizes she is completely turned around with no idea how to get back to her friends. Armed with only a mason jar, a butterfly net, and a small lunch, Kelly is forced to contend with the wilderness and many of the dangers therein.

GenreRealistic Fiction
Reading LevelGrades 4-6
Interest LevelGrades 4-8
Lexile Level730L
ATOS Level4.8
AR Points4.8
AR Quiz #179357
Text TypeLiterature: Drama
Text SubtypeSequence
PublisherStone Arch Books
BrandSurvival Stories
Page Count56
Capstone Interactive eBook
List Price: $53.32 School/Library Price



School Library Connection - Ruie Chehak, Retired School Librarian

"If you are seeking a high interest series, you will enjoy these titles. . . .The short, high-interest chapters are full of action and will have a wide appeal. Teachers will appreciate the writing prompts and the discussion questions. Recommended." - School Library Connection

November 1, 2016

Thomas Kingsley Troupe

Thomas Kingsley Troupe

Thomas Kingsley Troupe is the author of a big ol' pile of books for kids. He's written about everything from ghosts to Bigfoot to 3rd grade werewolves. He even wrote a book about dirt. When he's not writing or reading, he investigates the strange and spooky as part of the Twin Cities Paranormal Society. Thomas lives in Woodbury, Minnesota with his two sons.

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