Jungle Hunters

Jungle Hunters Summary from cover When twins Grace and Marty lose their parents in a freak accident they are sent to live on a secret island with their mysterious uncle Uncle Wolfe is a scientist obsessed with cryp

  • Title: Jungle Hunters
  • Author: Roland Smith
  • ISBN: 9781407117249
  • Page: 431
  • Format: Paperback
  • Summary from cover When twins Grace and Marty lose their parents in a freak accident, they are sent to live on a secret island with their mysterious uncle Uncle Wolfe is a scientist obsessed with cryptids animals that have never been proved to exist And he needs the twins help A dinosaur egg has been discovered in the Congo and Marty and Grace must track it down.Summary from cover When twins Grace and Marty lose their parents in a freak accident, they are sent to live on a secret island with their mysterious uncle Uncle Wolfe is a scientist obsessed with cryptids animals that have never been proved to exist And he needs the twins help A dinosaur egg has been discovered in the Congo and Marty and Grace must track it down But Uncle Wolfe s nemesis, the evil Dr Blackwood, will do anything to find it first and steal it for himself

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    1. Marty & Grace are orphaned 13-year-old twins hurled into mystery and adventure. After falling from a jet into the remote Congo, they must hunt for a dinosaur… and survive on their wits. Great adventure when 13 yr. old twins Marty & Grace leave their Swiss boarding school to join their unknown uncle because their adventuring parents have disappeared in a helicopter crash. No sooner do they arrive at Uncle Travis Wolfe's own private island - Cryptos - they are hurled into mystery and adv [...]

    2. This book was a great novel packed with mystery and adventure. It was Mysterious because two kids went to the jungle to live with their grandpa and they find out he is studying all different kids of species. They soon find an egg and they don't know what is in it. This book would be great for people of all ages that can read long paragraphs.

    3. Good fun for young readers, could easily become part of a series. As per back cover recommended 10+, confident to advanced readers.

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