Item description for Search for the Mountain Gorillas (Choose Your Own Adventure: Classic #25) (Choose Your Own Adventure) by Wallace Jim, Suzanne Nugent & Jintanan Donploypetch...
Overview The reader's decisions determine the outcome as a scientific expedition journeys into the deep, impenetrable jungles of Uganda to do a photographic study of the rare mountain gorillas.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 0.5" Width: 4.25" Height: 6.75" Weight: 0.2 lbs.
Release Date Mar 1, 2008
ISBN 1933390255 ISBN13 9781933390253
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More About Wallace Jim, Suzanne Nugent & Jintanan Donploypetch
Jim Wallace is the senior counsel for public relations for TSG Consulting, Charleston, West Virginia. He grew up in Olmsted Township and is a member of the Historical Society of Olmsted Falls.
Jim Wallace currently resides in Charleston. Jim Wallace was born in 1932.
Reviews - What do customers think about Search for the Mountain Gorillas (Choose Your Own Adventure: Classic #25) (Choose Your Own Adventure)?
Save the gorillas! Aug 10, 2006
There's a cheetah by you, watch out! Help my baby is missing. Did the gorillas take her? Will you help me? Hey why is your friend Halverson trying to take a baby gorilla? Oh you just got snared in a poacher's trap, ouch! It's starting to rain, and I hear there's cholera in the air. What's a movie crew doing here? Learn about matsuko meadows!! You have an appointment to meet Mweri, who can guide you to look for the gorillas, but you don't see him yet. Should you wait for him, or continue on without him? This book has a great variety of good and bad endings, and then some okay ones. The action and stories can be slow, but most of the endings have enough differentiation to be appealing to many readers. Enjoy your African safari as a photographer and writer for African Naturalist magazine!