Ice Age by Susan Korman
Continental Drift: The Junior Novel

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It's just a normal day in pre-history, when suddenly Manny finds himself separated from his family by a huge, gaping hole in the earth! As the continent splits in two, Manny sets off to find the land bridge that will reunite him with his loved ones—but not without the help of his friends Diego and Sid. Together they sail the high seas in search of home, but before long they run into a rowdy group of pirates. Can the trio navigate the sea, escape the grips of the vicious pirates, and make it back to Manny's family before the gap gets too large?

 

About Susan Korman

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Susan Korman has written over a dozen books for children, including Alien Alert and Hector's Haunted House in the ghostwriter mystery series and Megan's Balancing Act and The Ghost of Camp Whispering Pines in the Magic Attic Club series. Her books for younger readers include Wake Up, Groundhog! and Big Builders. Susan graduated from LeMoyne College in Syracuse, New York, where she studied English and history. Formerly a children's book editor at several major book publishers, Susan currently writes and edits from her home in Yardley, Pennsylvania.
 
Published May 29, 2012 by HarperFestival. 144 pages
Genres: Nature & Wildlife, Action & Adventure, Children's Books, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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