By R. L. LaFevers
Will he be ready to see the phoenix adequately hatched, continue his unintentional puppy gremlin out of difficulty, and rescue his parent from the Bedouin? If he fails, not anything will stand among the world’s legendary creatures and extinction.
Too undesirable Nate’s now not this type of boy who enjoys experience . . .yet.
Read Online or Download Flight of the Phoenix PDF
Best geography & cultures books
Intermediate scholars and their lecturers will locate this compact handbook a useful source for essay-writing and debate in German. Thirty sections offer questions and vocabulary on a variety of modern concerns bound to stimulate notion and dialogue. contains introductory notes on ways to staff paintings and writing ideas.
4 all-new titles within the Eyewitness Books line now include clip-art CDs and a wall chart that shine a focus on important subject matters from the earlier, current, and destiny. complete colour.
Point 1: beginning to learn • basic tales • elevated vocabulary • Longer sentences Dora and her buddies are going to a picnic at Play Park. what is going to every body convey?
What's Europe's maximum mountain? what number international locations are in Europe? What languages do humans in Europe communicate? This booklet solutions those questions and extra because it introduces younger readers to the continent of Europe via age-appropriate maps, attractive photos, and straightforward textual content. issues lined in the booklet contain the place the continent is, weather, geography, animals and vegetation, nations, humans and languages, typical assets, towns, and recognized areas.
- DK Readers L2: Pocahontas
- Syria (Modern World Nations)
- The Earth Made New: Plains Indian Stories of Creation
- Life on a Chicken Farm (Life on a Farm)
- A Tundra Food Chain: A Who-Eats-What Adventure in the Arctic (Follow That Food Chain)
- Welcome to Iraq (Welcome to the World)
Extra resources for Flight of the Phoenix
I slept in my clothes because I don't have any pajamas. " Still trying to clear the sleep from his brain, Nate looked at her in puzzlement. " Nate shook his head. He was certain the dodo hadn't mentioned anything of the sort. " Aunt Phil shook her head in exasperation. "Well, we must hurry. " It finally dawned on Nate. " Aunt Phil's face softened. "But of course. What did you think I'd do? " Nate began fiddling with the edge of the blanket. "Oh dear. " Aunt Phil sat down on the bed next to him.
The sheets felt colder than normal, the blanket thinner. He huddled under the covers and missed his own bed. He missed the bedtime stories Miss Lumpton read to him, even if they were a bit boring. Unable to sleep, he got up and fetched his sketchbook and pencil. He crawled back under the covers and propped himself up on the pillows. He chewed the end of the pencil, trying to remember what his parents looked like. By the time he fell asleep, all he'd been able to draw was his father's mustache and the small beauty mark on his mother's chin.
Nate had to take giant steps to keep up. The train station was only two blocks away, but Nate was out of breath by the time they got there. " the conductor called out. " The lawyer thrust the suitcase at Nate and shoved a ticket into his hand. "Hurry, boy! " His voice was gruff and impatient. Nate wondered if the lawyer would get a Tidy Sum for getting him on the train. Once he was onboard, Nate hurried to the window to wave goodbye, but the lawyer had already left. Chapter Two THE TRAIN DIDN'T ARRIVE IN BATTING-AT-THE-FLIES until late afternoon.