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Panther (junior Canadian Classics)

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Panther junior Canadian Classics

The author is Roderick Haig-Brown and it was published around February of 2007 by Harbour. The book has 256 pages. The book is 5.51"H x 8.46"L x 0.75"W. It weighs something like 0.79 lbs. Even though reading is a thing which everyone of almost any age will enjoy, you will discover certainly lots of ways in which you may make the thrill significantly better. Some people proclaim they don't have enough time to read, nevertheless reading is yet another effective utilization of time, especially with the proper children's book. View these tips and you should really like reading a lot more.


ISBN: 1550173413
Author: Roderick Haig-Brown

"Nothing in nature, so long as it is honestly observed and honestly described, can harm the mind of a youngster. let them study and understand the approaches of animals and birds, of water and wind and earth; for these things are pure and true and unspoiled. Evocative of Jack London's White Fang, Panther captures the harsh reality of the Vancouver Island setting with Haig-Brown's skillful, unadorned prose, telling an enthralling-- and often bloody--story of elusive wild cats and the timber wolves, bears, blacktail deer and humans who are all led by instinct as they struggle for survival in an unforgiving wilderness. Almost all of the ills of the human race might possibly be traced for the reality that it has strayed too far from nature and knows too little inside the all-natural order of things."--Roderick Haig-Brown Ki-Yu roams the complete length of Vancouver Island's Wapiti Valley without getting fear, hunting deer, visiting females, and making use of his cunning and strength to evade famed cougar hunter David Milton with his shotgun and barking dogs.


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