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The Meerkat Wars

By H S Toshack

It’s all very well helping a young meerkat who’s been poisoned by a scorpion.

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978-0-956323620 [E38]

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It’s all very well helping a young meerkat who’s been poisoned by a scorpion.


But when you’ve made friends with the whole Duwara tribe of meerkats, and you discover that they’re at war with the Utongo, you may find yourself involved in that too, even if you’re only a little black-and-white cat.


And when you realise that the two tribes are fighting because each one believes it lives under The One True Sun, then you may have to undertake a very dangerous journey to help them see things differently.

You may have to go through The Gorge.




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· Students reading the book independently can be directed to the study tasks most appropriate to their level of language skill, as a way of supplementing what they have taken from the reading process itself.

· Teachers will be able to use the study tasks to focus attention on reading and comprehension, language awareness, thinking skills, individual writing (both creative and expository), open discussion, dramatic presentation, and simple literary judgement.

· Parents who wish to assist their children with reading and language development will find much in the resources to help them do that.





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