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Pride Of The Plains

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Pride Of The Plains by Colin Dann
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With three strong interweaving plot lines, the last book in the series tackles the themes of survival and conservation. Huru and Kimya have formed a small pride with mates Battlescars and Blackmane. Six cubs have been added to the pride's number. The eldest of these, Moja, has gone missing. He must learn to survive on his own. Meanwhile as leaders of the pride, Battlescars and Blackmane - face new challenges to their authority, and the Game Park itself is in peril, when a tremendous fire sweeps across it, killing many of the animals. With its gripping narrative and strong characterisation, this is a compelling conclusion to the story of the twin lionesses we first encountered at Lingmere Zoo.

Author Biography

Colin Dann won the Arts Council National Award for Children's Literature for his first novel, The Animals of Farthing Wood.
Release date NZ
January 3rd, 2002
Author
Country of Publication
United Kingdom
Imprint
Red Fox
Pages
128
Dimensions
110x178x7
ISBN-13
9780099411260
Product ID
1659435

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