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The Lastling

Book Description
Fourteen-year-old Paris is thrilled when her rich, influential uncle Franklin decides to take her on a trip to the Himalayas. She hopes this will be her chance to prove just how mature and worthy of his company she is.
But this will be no pleasure trip. Franklin and his friends are searching for rare and endangered species, and they travel deep into the war-ravaged forest to find them. There t... More
Book Information
PublisherClarion Books
BindingHardcover (7 editions)
Reading LevelYoung Adults
# of Pages248
Publication Date10/16/2006
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About Philip Gross (Author) : Philip Gross is a published author of children's books and young adult books. Some of the published credits of Philip Gross include Marginaliens, The Lastling.
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