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Jungle Crossing

Average rating
4 out of 5
Based on 26 Ratings and 26 Reviews

Book Description

Kat can think of dozens of good reasons not to go on a boring family vacation to hot, grungy Mexico. Number one: missing her friend Fiona's minicamp. If she's not there, she'll begin eighth grade as a social reject.

Despite her reluctance, Kat ends up on a teen adventure tour where she meets Nando, a young Mayan guide (who happens to be quite a cutie). As they travel to different Ma... More

Book Information
PublisherHarcourt Children's Books
BindingKindle Edition (8 editions)
Reading LevelYoung Adults
# of Pages224
Publication Date09/28/2009
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About Sydney-Louise Salter Husseman (Author) : I live in Utah with my husband, two daughters, two cats, two dogs, and two tortoises. I love reading, writing, traveling, cooking, but not cleaning the kitchen, and chocolate. I'm the author of MY BIG... more
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Reader Comments
10/5/2010 Lois Bradley said: One of the things I love about this book is the evolution and growth of the main character, Kat. Her voice is authentic, early-teen and she is a crabby teen-tourist. The multi-layered story kept me interested and turning the pages.
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1/27/2010 Michelle Parker-Rock said:
13 year-old Kat goes on a Mexican vacation and ends up on a teen adventure tour where she meets Nando, a young Mayan guide. He takes her to see Mayan ruins and ultimately tells her the legend of Muluc, a girl who lived in the time of the Ancient Maya. The world in which Muluc lives is dangerous and ... more

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12/18/2009 Sydney Salter tagged as: I wrote

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