Lucky Leopards!

Lucky Leopards!

And More True Stories of Amazing Animal Rescues

Book - 2014
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Random House, Inc.
Based on the hit feature in National Geographic Kids magazine, we bring you Lucky Leopards, true and inspiring stories of daring animal rescues that will engage and enchant readers of all ages. Packed with full-color photography, and written in fun and lively prose that empowers readers to keep turning pages, these heart-warming stories will leave kids hungry for more of the animal "awwww" factor.

National Geographic Kids Chapters picks up where the best-selling National Geographic Readers series leaves off. This new series offers young animal lovers, who are ready for short chapters with lively, true stories just right to carry in a backpack, share with friends, and read under the covers at night.

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Baker & Taylor
Retells the stories of three animal rescues, including two orphaned leopards, a sea turtle, and a loon.

& Taylor

A series created for kids who are aging out of early readers is written in simple prose, with each chapter book featuring full-color illustrations and plot-driven true stories filled with humor and high adventure. Simultaneous.

Publisher: Washington, D.C. : National Geographic Society, [2014]
Washington, D.C. : National Geographic Society, [2014]
Copyright Date: 2014
ISBN: 9781426314582
Branch Call Number: 639.97 N551 2014
J 599.75 NEW
Characteristics: 111 pages : color illustrations ; 20 cm


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orange_dolphin_185 May 05, 2014

It is interesting because it shows how a leopard, a bird and a sea turtle were all saved from danger.


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orange_dolphin_185 May 05, 2014

orange_dolphin_185 thinks this title is suitable for 7 years and over


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orange_dolphin_185 May 05, 2014

This book is about 3 animal rescues.1 story is about 2 leopards who gets taken from their mother by a woodcutter.A forest department worker got them and gave them to the wildlife trust of India.Another story is about a sea turtle which was stranded on a beach in Oregon.Someone spotted the sea turtle and called a group which dealt with Marine strandings.


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orange_dolphin_185 May 05, 2014

Did you know? Green turtles eat jellyfish.This surprised scientists.Until 2009 they thought turtles ate only plants.


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