Pandas' Earthquake Escape

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Sylvan Dell Publishing, Mar 1, 2010 - Juvenile Fiction - 32 pages
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On May 12, 2008, XiXi, a giant panda, escaped from the destroyed Wolong Panda Reserve when a 7.9 earthquake rocked Northern China. After the quake, mother and cub run from the wreckage. Confused and afraid, they get lost! How will they survive outside their reserve? Will they find food? Will they find shelter? And will they safely endure the earthquake after-shocks? The "For Creative Minds" education section includes: Endangered Giant Pandas; Life Cycle Activity; Panda Fun Facts; Shake, Rattle & Roll; The Richter Scale and Magnitude Ranges; and an Earthquake Chart & Map.

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This is a nice fictional story with factual information about pandas. The pandas face an earthquake and become lost. The story is appropriate for readers age 8-10. Read full review

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BY THE SAME AUTHOR Award-winning author Phyllis J. Perry has published stories, poems, plays and articles in magazines such as Child Life, Hopscotch, Humpty Dumpty, On The Line, The Single Parent and more than 70 books of fiction and non-fiction for both children and adults. Amongst her recent book publications are: 2001 Animals Under Ground Franklin Watts/Scholastic 2001 Animals that Hibernate Franklin Watts/Scholastic 2003 Mr. Crumb's Secret Higsmith Press 2003 The Secret of the Silver Key Higsmith Press 2005 A Kid's Look at Colorado Fulcrum Publishing; 2006 The Alien, the Giant and Rocketman Mondo 2007 Sherlock Hounds: Search & Rescue Dogs Mondo 2007 Colorado Fun Big Earth Publishing 2008 The Field Guide to Ocean Animals Silver Dolphin 2008, Happened in Rocky Mountain National Park Globe 2009 The Ghost in the Music Room Innovative Press 2010 Pandas' Earthquake Escape Sylvan Dell 2011 Speaking Ill of the Dead: Jerks in Colorado History. 2012 Bold Women in Colorado History Mountain Press . 2012 Hidden Away Custom Book Publications 2013 The First Rainbow Vesuvius Press, Tao Publishing 2013 Wonder World Custom Book Publications --ABOUT THE AUTHOR Award-winning author Phyllis J. Perry, grew up in a small gold mining town in northern California. She attended the University of California and later earned her doctorate degree from the University of Colorado, Boulder. . The Author has published more than eighty books of fiction and non-fiction for both children and adults, and written stories, poems, plays and articles for magazines such as Child Life, Hopscotch, Humpty Dumpty, On The Line and The Single Parent. She lives in Boulder, Colorado where she still enjoys the challenge of writing.

Jeanne H. Cote is an artist painter, commercial artist, illustrator, teacher, and author. She lives and works in her cottage on the shore of the Riviere Rouge in the mountains in the north of Montreal.

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