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Wild Rescue: Polar Meltdown

by J. Burchett (author) and S. Vogler (author)

Suitable for 7 - 11 years

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Following reports of a polar bear found dead near an Alaskan village, Dr Fisher sends young Wild Rescue agents Ben and Zoe to investigate. It’s highly unusual for a polar bear to come so close to human habitation, and this suggests that something is seriously wrong. But the twins’ mission takes another turn when they discover that the dead bear had recently given birth. This means there is an orphaned cub out there. Will Ben and Zoe find it in time? A gripping ecological adventure set in an amazing polar landscape.

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Paperback

ISBN

9781847150677

Condition

New

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    Book-Club-Review-Team
    on 24 February 2011

    This is a great book because it tells us all about polar bears. It’s a good book for boys or girls about my age (8) because it’s not too long and it’s easy to read. It’s a really exciting story because Ben and Zoe go to exciting and dangerous places and we don’t know if they will manage to save the polar bear cubs or if they will get killed.

    I really like them because they do exciting stuff but they are also a normal brother and sister who fight with each other sometimes ! I like their spy gadgets . They are really cool.

    I also liked learning about things like the Northern Lights and how eskimoes live and at the end you can go on internet to find out even more about polar bears. Now I want to read the other Wild Rescue books.

    Sophie, age 8