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Great Bear Lake (Paperback)

by Erin Hunter (author)
On the Longest Day three abandoned bear cubs join hundreds of black, grizzly and polar bears at Great Bear Lake to ask for the help of the mystical bear-spirits. Surviving the wild is not easy - the climate is changing and the food is scarce. Lusa decides to leave the safety of the zoo to find Toklo, a grizzly whose mother died in captivity.

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Product Code 9781405246101
ISBN 9781405246101
Author Erin Hunter
Format Paperback
Publisher Egmont UK Ltd
Published 03/08/2009
Dimensions 198mm (h) X 129mm (w) X 28mm (d)
Series Seekers

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Three bears; one incredible journey to the ends of the Earth. The remarkable follow-up series to the New York Times best-seller, Warriors. On the Longest Day, the Seekers join hundreds of black, grizzly and polar bears at Great Bear Lake to ask for the help of the mystical bear spirits. Surviving the wild is not easy - the climate is changing and the food is scarce. Lusa decides to leave the safety of the zoo to find Toklo, a grizzly whose mother died in captivity. But Toklo does not welcome Lusa. Why would he want a black bear for a friend? Meanwhile, Kallik, a young polar bear, searches alone for her lost brother. She knows she must find the place where the spirits dance above endless ice. But the way is filled with danger, and Kallik needs all her courage to follow nature's path. Lusa, Toklo and Kallik discover their real strength lies in friendship. Only together will they survive the quest through the harsh wilderness. The second magical instalment of Erin Hunter's Seekers series. Seekers explores profound environmental themes through the eyes of those suffering at the hands of humans in six epic fantasy books. Animal stories for both boys and girls touching on the wonder, savagery and fragility of the natural world.

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