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Deborah Zink RoffinoTwo cousins sneak off for a quick kayaking trip, never counting on a freak flood that leads to a heart-pounding struggle to survive in he Alaskan wilderness. Laced with scary moments an advancing glacier, bears, strangers, and temporary blindness, the book is a surprisingly realistic account of preteen reactions and courage. Rich in language and geography lessons, the novel also contains vivid descriptions of the overwhelming beauty of the Russell Fjord.
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