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Jungle Journey

Author : Mara Conlon
ISBN : 9780545197229
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
File Size : 24.97 MB
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When Daizy's new pet goes missing in the jungle, she and Wubbzy must try to find it.
Category: Juvenile Fiction

Jungle Journey

Author : Cindy Leaney
ISBN : 9781617413063
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
File Size : 30.39 MB
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Read The Story To Hear The Sound J Makes.
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Jungle Journey

Author : Helen Burrows
ISBN : 1855034778
Genre : Eye-hand coordination
File Size : 42.31 MB
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Teach the children how to slither like a snake, walk tall like a giraffe and throw bananas in the air like a monkey. They could even have a go at being a hula-hooping hippo! The children will love these jungle-inspired activities, and you will see their motor skills improve as they join in with the jungle dances and games, and create animals using a range of materials.
Category: Eye-hand coordination

Jungle Journey

Author : J. Jean Robertson
ISBN : 9781621693819
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
File Size : 23.84 MB
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Venture Into The Jungle And Meet Jaguars And Jackals. Leveled Phonics Picture Book Reader.
Category: Juvenile Fiction

Agent Arthur S Jungle Journey

Author : Martin Oliver
ISBN : 074600141X
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
File Size : 57.67 MB
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Agent Arthur's first mission for the Action Agency takes him deep into the tropical jungle. Here he is forced to pit his wits against his enemies and the elements in a desperate bid to succeed and survive. Each book in this exciting series contains a thrilling adventure story packed with entertaining puzzles to solve. There are extra clues to help along the way and answers at the back of the book.
Category: Juvenile Fiction

Jungle Bear Journey To Alaska

Author : Monica Sukowski
ISBN : 9780578056661
Genre : Alaska
File Size : 39.33 MB
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Jody is a little girl in New York who likes to learn about faraway places. At bedtime, she drifts off to sleep and travels with her stuffed bear to Mooseheart Mountain, Alaska. Geographical facts are included with the story.
Category: Alaska

Spirit Of The Jungle

Author : Bear Grylls
ISBN : 9781509828470
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
File Size : 56.69 MB
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Could you survive in the jungle? After being washed away down the Wainganga River during a flash flood, Mak wakes up alone in the Indian jungle. The jungle is full of danger - poisonous snakes, cunning monkeys and desperate poachers - and every step Mak takes might be his last. Mak finds help and friendship from other jungle creatures, but he will need all his skill and luck to survive and make his way back home. Spirit of the Jungle is a heart-stopping contemporary adventure inspired by Rudyard Kipling's classic The Jungle Book, from real-life adventurer Bear Grylls.
Category: Juvenile Fiction

Jungle Journey

Author : Nya Parkes
ISBN : 098221684X
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
File Size : 54.70 MB
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Join us on our "Jungle Journey." Read along with us to learn about leopards, snakes, poison arrow frogs, hummingbirds, lazy sloth bears, Golden Lion Tamarins, elephants, tigers and toucans. You may even find yourself hissing like a snake, or ROARING like a tiger!
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

The Longest Line On The Map

Author : Eric Rutkow
ISBN : 9781501103926
Genre : History
File Size : 55.21 MB
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From the award-winning author of American Canopy, a dazzling account of the world’s longest road, the Pan-American Highway, and the epic quest to link North and South America, a dramatic story of commerce, technology, politics, and the divergent fates of the Americas in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. The Pan-American Highway, monument to a century’s worth of diplomacy and investment, education and engineering, scandal and sweat, is the longest road in the world, passable everywhere save the mythic Darien Gap that straddles Panama and Colombia. The highway’s history, however, has long remained a mystery, a story scattered among government archives, private papers, and fading memories. In contrast to the Panama Canal and its vast literature, the Pan-American Highway—the United States’ other great twentieth-century hemispheric infrastructure project—has become an orphan of the past, effectively erased from the story of the “American Century.” The Longest Line on the Map uncovers this incredible tale for the first time and weaves it into a tapestry that fascinates, informs, and delights. Rutkow’s narrative forces the reader to take seriously the question: Why couldn’t the Americas have become a single region that “is” and not two near irreconcilable halves that “are”? Whether you’re fascinated by the history of the Americas, or you’ve dreamed of driving around the globe, or you simply love world records and the stories behind them, The Longest Line on the Map is a riveting narrative, a lost epic of hemispheric scale.
Category: History

Design Of My Journey

Author : Hans Kasdorf
ISBN : 1877941107
Genre : Mennonites
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Category: Mennonites