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Earthquake escape / J. Burchett and S. Vogler.

By: Burchett, Jan [author.].
Contributor(s): Vogler, Sara [author.].
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: Burchett, Jan, Wild rescue: book 2.Publisher: London : Stripes, 2009Description: 134 p. : ill. ; 20 cm.ISBN: 9781434245922; 9781847150530 ; 1847150535; 9781921690266.Subject(s): Pandas -- Children's fiction | Ben (Fictitious character : Burchett) -- Children's fiction | Zoe (Fictitious character : Burchett) -- Children's fiction | Twins -- Children's fiction | Brothers and sisters -- Children's fiction | Elephants -- Kenya -- Children's fiction | Wildlife conservation -- Kenya -- Children's fiction | China -- Children's fictionDDC classification: 823.914 Summary: Following a massive earthquake, an orphaned giant panda has escaped from a sanctuary in China's Sichuan Province. Not only is he at risk from leopards, but it seems he may have strayed into an area where all the bamboo has died. With the panda cub now in danger of starvation, it's up to Ben and Zoe to rescue him.
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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.

Following a massive earthquake, an orphaned giant panda has escaped from a sanctuary in China's Sichuan Province. Not only is he at risk from leopards, but it seems he may have strayed into an area where all the bamboo has died. With the panda cub now in danger of starvation, it's up to Ben and Zoe to rescue him.

Ages 8-10.

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