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The Mapmakers' Race

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The Mapmakers' Race by Eirlys Hunter
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Description

A fresh and exciting mapmaking adventure. Sal, Joe, Francie and Humphrey misplace their famous mapmaker mother as they begin the Great Race to map a rail route through an uncharted wilderness. Their father didn't return from his last expedition and now their money is gone. This race is their last chance. They have twenty-eight days to find and map the best route. There'll be bears, bees, bats, river crossings, cliff falls, impossible weather-but worst of all, they're racing five teams of adults who do not play by the rules.

Author Biography

Eirlys Hunter teaches children's writing at the IIML at Victoria University in Wellington. She has written six previous children's books as well as a novel and short stories for adults. As an illustrator, writer and creator of comics, Kirsten Slade uses a variety of traditional and digital media techniques to tell her own and others' stories. Born in Liverpool, England and an immigrant three times over, Kirsten now makes her home in Wellington, New Zealand. She has a BA in Printmaking from American University in Washington, DC.
Release date NZ
July 1st, 2018
Author
Audience
  • General (US: Trade)
Contributor
  • Illustrated by Kirsten Slade
Country of Publication
New Zealand
Imprint
Gecko Press
Pages
248
Dimensions
130x200x20
ISBN-13
9781776572038
Product ID
28226573

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