Thunder Cave

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Disney-Hyperion, Apr 1, 1997 - Juvenile Fiction - 256 pages
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When Jacob fulfills a promise to his grandfather, Taw, and travels with him back to the Hopi reservation where he was born, he gets a lot more than a quiet trip to the desert. He quickly discovers that the Hopi on the reservation are divided over a lobo, a Mexican wolf, that people say is hunting on the reservation. There are some who want to kill the lobo, and others who are angry enough to kill anyone who gets in the way. The lobo is an endangered species, thought to have disappeared from New Mexico all together. Jake knows that if the lobo does exist, he must do everything in his power to help it. But time is running out!

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A Little boy named Jacob Lansa had a tough life after his mother's death, Jake travels alone in Kenya, Africa searching for his father, a biologist studying elephants.

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I just loved this book when I was a kid, and about a year ago I bought it in order to read it in english and - needless to say - again, I loved it. The protagonist is a kid so full of ideas, courage ... Read full review

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Roland Smith is the author of Zach's Lie, an ALA Quick Pick for Reluctant Readers; Cryptid Hunters; Thunder Cave; Jaguar; The Last Lobo; and Sasquatch. He lives outside of Portland, Oregon, with his wife Marie, who also writes children's books.

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