Three stand-alone novels from Jess Butterworth with warm, accessible text and strong, environmental messages about caring for the world we live in. We'd recommend them for fans of Ross Welford and David Baddiel's children's books.
Running on the Roof of the World is a richly atmospheric story of survival and hope set in Tibet, India. It follows 12-year-old Tash and her best friend Sam as they travel across the mountains to save her parents - with the help of the Dalai Lama.
In When the Mountains Roared, Ruby is sent to live in the middle of the wilderness in India and she's sure it will never truly feel like home. But when the last remaining leopards of the mountains are threatened, Ruby vows to do all she can do to protect them.
And in Swimming Against the Storm, Eliza and her sister Avery are determined to save their home in a small fishing village on the coast of Louisiana. With sea levels rising, they go searching for the dangerous wolf-like loup-garou to encourage the government to save its habitat - and their community.
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Product code: JESS
Publisher: Hachette Childrens Books
Dimensions: 19.8cm x 13.0cm
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