Bindi Wildlife Adventures 11: A Giant Rescue

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Penguin Random House Australia, Feb 1, 2011 - Juvenile Fiction - 96 pages
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Come and join Bindi Irwin on her next wildlife adventure!
Bindi and her family are in Cambodia working with an elephant conservation group in the wild Mondulkirri jungle. They're helping to find non-violent ways for local villagers to deter elephants from destroying their crops. But not all the locals are on board with the project. Bindi notices a Cambodian teenager who is more interested in encouraging human/elephant conflict than preventing it. What's really going on? Bindi to the rescue!

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Bindi Irwin (Author)
The inspiration and co-creator of the Bindi Wildlife Adventures series and Bindi Behind the Scenes, Bindi Irwin has achieved a remarkable amount in her fourteen years. As the daughter of Steve Irwin, the Crocodile Hunter, she has been involved with caring for wildlife and promoting conservation since she was tiny. She has hosted the Emmy-award-winning TV program Bindi: The Jungle Girl series and Bindi's Bootcamp, she sings, she dances, she acts in movies, all while helping her mum run Australia Zoo. She loves echidnas and eating mango.

Jess Black (Author)
Jess Black is an Australian author of children's books. She has written over twenty five junior fiction books and has two picture books coming out in 2016. Jess is the co-author of the hugely successful Bindi Wildlife Adventure series, the RSPCA Animal Tales series and The Kaboom Kid series with David Warner.