Mountain Lion

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Adventure Ink Company, Jun 1, 2000 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 101 pages
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In November, 1994, 12-year-old Girl Scout Stephanie Shearman of Jonesboro, Ark was running in the Arkansas State University's five-kilometer "Fun Run" in Hot Springs, Arkansas when she saw a 52-year-old runner just ahead collapse. Since none of the adults on the scene knew how to perform CPR, Stephanie stepped in to save the man's life.

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Morris is the author of 15 books, including the Teens 911 book series and the Real Kids Real Adventures book series (adapted as an Emmy-nominated TV series airing in the U.S., Canada, Europe, and around the world). She has also written more than 140 feature magazine articles and co-produced two reality-based TV movies. Deborah lives in Garland, Texas with her husband,three dogs, three birds, one cat, a pink-toed tarantula, and her own "realkids"!

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