The Falcon Chronicles: Ghosts of the Forest: Book 2 - The Falcon Chronicles (Paperback)Steve Backshall (author)
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From the DEADLY 60 TV presenter and BAFTA AWARD winner Steve Backshall, comes the second novel in THE FALCON CHRONICLES series, GHOSTS OF THE FOREST. Catch up with Saker and Sinter as they reunite to save endangered orang utans in this vivid adventure story.
Saker and Sinter are travelling in Asia. Sinter is nursing in the shanties of Ho Chi Minh city. Saker is with the peace-loving Penan helping them protect the orang utans and save their own forest homes, as unscrupulous loggers wreak destruction.
But they are being watched. And hunted. The Prophet has not forgiven their betrayal.
Escaping the Clan takes Saker and Sinter on a deadly, dangerous journey through Vietnam, over the South China Sea back to Borneo. Deep in the jungle, they're reunited on their most daredevil and audacious mission yet, to save the endangered orang utans before they become ghosts of the forest.
Beware the wooden bullet.
Steve Backshall is the hugely popular and fearless presenter of the BBC kids' series DEADLY 60 and LIVE AND DEADLY as well as star of BBC's Strictly Come Dancing 2014.
Publisher: Hachette Children's Group
Number of pages: 224
Weight: 260 g
Dimensions: 200 x 152 x 21 mm
This exciting adventure story is full of intriguing information about wildlife and the environment - and orang-utans in particular. Young readers with an interest in animal stories will be engrossed in this thought-provoking adventure. * BOOKTRUST *
A page turning adventure that will inspire young readers to care about their environment. * LOVEREADING4KIDS *
This action-packed, eco adventure by wildlife specialist Steve Backshall contains an important message about the survival of tigers ... Once I started this book, I couldn't put it down and my heart was thumping as the drama unfolded before me. It heightened my awareness of the dangers faced by many species who are fighting for survival, but this book is so much more than that * THE LIST (GLASGOW AND EDINBURGH) on TIGER WARS *