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Anton and Cecil, Book 2

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Anton and Cecil, Book 2 by Lisa Martin
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A thrilling cross-country adventure takes cat brothers Anton and Cecil on a rescue mission to the Wild West. A message has traveled via the mouse network to cat brothers Anton and Cecil. Their friend Hieronymus has been captured. Though he'd rather stay close to home, Anton is determined to save the brave little mouse who once saved him. Cecil is quick to action, too, but it's adventure he craves. Boarding one of the machines the mice call "landships"--noisy, smoke-belching trains--Anton and Cecil travel to the heart of the Wild West. Along the way Cecil is tossed out by the train's conductor, only to face huge bison, chattering prairie dogs, and the most dangerous creature of all, a boy who wants to make Cecil a pet. Meanwhile, Anton's search leads him to stampeding herds, menacing rattlesnakes, and fierce, enormous wild cats. In this perilous territory, do Anton and Cecil have the courage and wit to find and save Hieronymus?

Author Biography

Lisa Martin has worked as an educator and children's poet and currently resides in Charlottesville, Virginia. This is her first series for young readers. Orange Prize-winner Valerie Martin is the author of nine acclaimed adult novels, including Property and The Confessions of Edward Day. She lives in Millbrook, New York.
Release date NZ
September 13th, 2016
Contributor
Illustrated by Kelly Murphy
Imprint
Algonquin Young Readers
Interest Age
From 8 to 12 years
Pages
272
Dimensions
137x208x23
ISBN-13
9781616206383
Product ID
24488593

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