Elephant run

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Scholastic, 2008 - Burma - 318 pages
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Nick endures servitude, beatings, and more after his British father's plantation in Burma is invaded by the Japanese in 1941, and when his father and others are taken prisoner and Nick is stranded with his friend Mya, they plan a daring escape on elephants, risking their lives to save Nick's father and Mya's brother from a Japanese prisoner of war camp.

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User Review  - Calvin F - Goodreads

Elephant Run by Roland Smith is a timeless entry into historical fiction that will not only grasp your attention and excitement, but it will retain it for all of the 336 pages. I have read and enjoyed ... Read full review

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User Review  - Walter F - Goodreads

Nick freestone is and ordinary english boy who is suffering from the Japanese bombs in world war one. His dad owns a small teak plantation in south east africa. Nick moves to africa where he meets Mya ... Read full review


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