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The Trek by Ann Jonas

The Trek

by Ann Jonas

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44 months - story is so so but O and I loved finding all the animals hidden in the pictures. Worth a borrow. ( )
  maddiemoof | Oct 20, 2015 |
A book about a little girl and how her way to school transforms into a big jungle with a lot of different animals. She has to follow this trek, be careful and observant on her way, because of her super imagination. ( )
  dulcenash | Jun 11, 2012 |
"The Trek" by Ann Jones follows a young girl as she journeys out alone to school. The girl sees many jungle animals on her way to school. They are all "hiding". The girl imagines ordinary life as a jungle. It's a good book to share with children as it entices them to use their imagination. ( )
  abruser | Mar 13, 2012 |
A child describes her trip through a jungle and across a desert - right on the way to school. ( )
  kidlit9 | Feb 27, 2012 |
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A little girl and her friend must pass a water hole, desert, river, and trading post -- all teeming with wild animals -- on their imaginative trip to school. "Exudes light and warmth." -- School Library Journal.

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The city streets become a jungle, then a desert, as a child forges her way to school, observing and avoiding all the wild animals posing as trees, chimneys, fences, and even fruit.

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