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Aim high / by David Hill.

By: Hill, David, 1942- [author.].
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Wellington [N.Z.] : Mallinson Rendel Publishers, 2006Description: 134 p. ; 20 cm.ISBN: 0958262624 (pbk.).Subject(s): Archery -- Children's fiction | Missing persons -- Children's fiction | Interpersonal relations -- Children's fictionGenre/Form: Children's stories, New Zealand.Summary: Garth's sport is archery and he finds himself facing a challenge for a shoot out between bow and arrows and a rifle. The challenger is a boy he does not get along with and so Garth accepts, despite knowing he shouldn't. The boys go out to farm for the shoot out and, after a land-slide, find themselves lost in the bush. Eventually Garth manages to attract the attention of the rescue helicopter, but both boys have learnt to respect each other's skill.
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Children's Fiction HILL (Browse shelf) 1 Checked out 08/11/2019 I2051554
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Neale's sport is archery and he finds himself facing a challenge for a shoot out between bow and arrows and a rifle. Kane, the challenger, is a boy he does not get along with and so Neale accepts, despite knowing he shouldn't. After going out to the bush for the shoot out, a sudden and terrifying event cuts the two boys off from help and they realise they have to put aside their differences if they are to survive. Suggested level: primary, intermediate, junior secondary.

Novel for children.

Garth's sport is archery and he finds himself facing a challenge for a shoot out between bow and arrows and a rifle. The challenger is a boy he does not get along with and so Garth accepts, despite knowing he shouldn't. The boys go out to farm for the shoot out and, after a land-slide, find themselves lost in the bush. Eventually Garth manages to attract the attention of the rescue helicopter, but both boys have learnt to respect each other's skill.

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