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Next Stop, Wild Star (Banana Books) by Brian…

Next Stop, Wild Star (Banana Books)

by Brian Earnshaw

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Two parties of school children are taken by Inter Star Laser Ship to Wildstar to spend a day in the Nature Reserve spotting rare animals. During the day two boys go missing and Interplanetary Rescue is called out. But some of their friends decide to man a craft and join in the rescue operation.

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Adam and his friends travel to the planet Wildstar to video the rare animals that live there. When Tom and Francis suddenly disappear, Adam joins a rival group to rescue the lost boys. Suggested level: primary.

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