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The Most Dangerous Man in Australia?
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The second in a trilogy of environmentally conscious but enjoyable novels for kids who want to learn about how to save the Earth. After their early success with Project Earth-Mend in Canberra in The Greenhouse Effect, Tiger the Cat bids farewell to his owner, Alexander, and heads off to the coast with his friend Wanda the Blue-tongue and the frog Tark (who is really an extraterrestrial from the Planet Griffon) to spread the word about how to save the Earth. They enlist a lot of fellow creatures along the way, including Sam the Crow, who brings important messages from Prince and Eudora of the Sacred Pool. With a lot of help from Tarks magical toe, Tiger and the crew convince others to help out in the quest to cool the Earth, but the ultimate test lies ahead when they have to convince the elusive Yowie and the doubtful King of the Crocs to pitch in. Can they really help shift the Earth away from disaster toward Global Cooling? Read on and find out! When Tiger the Cat moves to Canberra with his owner Alexander, there are bound to be a few rough patches in settling in. The dogs next store are anything but friendly, and the nearby park is crawling with snakes and other creatures of the night.
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