Earthquake Escape

Earthquake Escape 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 Be

  • Title: Earthquake Escape
  • Author: Jan Burchett Sara Vogler
  • ISBN: 9781847150530
  • Page: 387
  • Format: Paperback
  • 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.

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    • Karen Arendt says:

      Ben and Zoe are twins whose uncle works for a secret organization called WILD that helps rescue animals in danger. With plenty of action and a few techno devices, Ben and Zoe manage to rescue a baby panda that wandered off after an earthquake hit China. This is a fast paced story that will appeal to boy, girls, and animal lovers everywhere. Of particular interest is the facthound website at the end of the book which directs children to websites for more information about the topic of the book. I [...]

    • Leigh Anne says:

      If you could imagine Jack and Annie from the Magic Treehouse, the Spy Kids and the Kratt Brothers all rolled into a book series - Wild Rescue would be it!Ben and Zoe Woodward are twins who are operatives in WILD, a top-secret environmental organization. Their missions take them to different places all over the world, but they have one goal - saving animals in danger and protecting the environment. I have read four in this series and I think these are perfect for third and forth grade students wh [...]

    • Stephanie Cover2CoverBlog says:

      Background: Ben and Zoe work for a secret team, their mission today is to go in search of a panda cub named Jing-Jing, who escaped from a sanctuary after an earthquake.Review: This was a great little read. I requested it from Netgalley because of the panda. I love pandas! They are so adorable, and I am so glad that I got to read this. I really enjoyed the story it was full of action and adventure. There were some facts about pandas and the Chinese landscape too. The book even includes a glossary [...]

    • Diane Greiner says:

      This is reminiscent of the Magic Tree House series where the kids go off on adventures, which the students enjoy reading. I find it a little hard to believe the exchange between the adults when the main characters go off on their own, but the premise of the book is sound. I like the fact that the author puts in facts that the reader can take in, along with the knowledge shared at the end of the story. I believe students would enjoy reading this story and join in with the adventure.

    • Jane Humane says:

      This was my least favorite of the series. Although, it is still a good book. I didn't like the part with the dog. I understand that some animals are aggressive, but a series about animal welfare I thought should have taken a moment to give the situation or the dog more depth so he didn't come across as a villain.

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    • Marie says:

      My 10 year old read it in 1 day but loved it.

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