From Riches to the Zoo

From Riches to the Zoo

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by Tonya Ramagos
     
 

Wealthy teen Miranda loses her both parents in a plane crash. Suddenly, she has to leave her mansion behind and move in with her aunt and uncle who keep a zoo. Then Miranda's boyfriend dumps her. What else can go wrong? But on the first morning in her new home, Miranda meets a great-looking guy, makes friends with his sister, and tangles with a mud-slinging alligator.…  See more details below

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Wealthy teen Miranda loses her both parents in a plane crash. Suddenly, she has to leave her mansion behind and move in with her aunt and uncle who keep a zoo. Then Miranda's boyfriend dumps her. What else can go wrong? But on the first morning in her new home, Miranda meets a great-looking guy, makes friends with his sister, and tangles with a mud-slinging alligator. Her new world starts to look a lot brighter!

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781594310638
Publisher:
ebooksonthe.net
Publication date:
04/01/2001
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
312 KB
Age Range:
9 - 12 Years

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From Riches to the Zoo 1 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
beecee More than 1 year ago
I bought this ebook because the story seemed interesting : a teen girl forced to go live with her aunt and uncle at their zoo following the death of her parents. Unfortunately, the interest in the story fell short. It was difficult to look past the countless, glaring spelling errors, the poor grammar and sentence structure and even the incorrect and missing punctuation. The girl was so full of herself, but maybe when you grow up surrounded by immense wealth you automatically think you're better than everyone else and all the boys fall for you. I was hugely disappointed there wasn't more about the zoo in the story. After all, isn't that what the story was partly supposed to be about? It's the reason why I bought it. I finished the entire book but almost didn't ...especially when I reached the part about the rattlesnake. If the author knew anything about snakes and snake handling she would know you don't handle rattlesnakes like you would a python or boa constrictor. Professional snake handlers don't do it and certainly not a teenaged boy. Especially not a Diamondback, which the author implied the snake was. I wanted to like this story, but there was no way I could.