A loudmouthed gray squirrel named Chatter, a fidgety gopher named Archie, a raccoon with special powers named Ring, and all the animals living on Enchanted Island select Oscar Johnson to receive the Wild Ways. They must solve a riddle before their island is destroyed and they loose everything including their lives. Given the power to talk to all creatures, Oscar receives a series of clues provided by the animals and learns that a suicide thirty years in the past was actually a murder. This knowledge draws the FBI agent Jim Brandt into the story. Together they race the clock to discover the final piece to a puzzle that reaches into the highest seats of power within the US Government.
Dad says, "Let's act like animals all day long!" Then Dad and the kids do just that. They all hop on the bed like kangaroos, run like cheetahs through the park, and swing like monkeys at the playground. Their fun takes them through the day, until a cozy bedtime book tames down two tired kids (and their dad!).
The Call of the Wild, by Jack London: This is a Masterpiece Collection Book Club Edition publication. We have created an after chapter template for notes, character names, and general summary of the chapter. This helps the reader retain the information better. These books are great for not only bookclub readers. They are great for students, and casual readers as well. Having your own notes to draw from helps when writing a book report. Having a bookclub discussion about several chapters. It is great help remembering characters and their significance later in the book. These are not cheat books! We have not done the work for you. You have to read the book and you need to take the notes. Using the templates at the end of each chapter will give you a greater understanding of the work. I love to read and have read thousands of books, but I still forget things that happened hundreds of pages before. These books enable the reader to have a point of reference . Turning the corner of the page and highlighting can help, but returning to your own words helps so much more.
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