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Thunderbird
     

Thunderbird

by Deb Logan
 

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Native American twins Janine and Justin Prentiss protect a thunderbird hatchling from Unktehi, the demigod of chaos, while lost in Montana's Absaroka wilderness.

Janine Prentiss is tired of spending her summers digging up dinosaur bones with her single-parent father, an eminent paleontologist. But neither does she want to spend her summer vacation listening to her

Overview

Native American twins Janine and Justin Prentiss protect a thunderbird hatchling from Unktehi, the demigod of chaos, while lost in Montana's Absaroka wilderness.

Janine Prentiss is tired of spending her summers digging up dinosaur bones with her single-parent father, an eminent paleontologist. But neither does she want to spend her summer vacation listening to her shaman grandfather's lame tales of spirit quests and totem creatures who talk.

Justin Prentiss thinks his twin sister is nuts. What kid in their right mind wouldn't love field camp? The wild beauty of Montana mountains, fresh air, and adults too busy to pay attention to what a guy is doing as long as he shows up for meals and bedtime. Field camp rocks!

At least until Janine finds a weird chunk of granite that she's convinced is a living egg...

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780615674445
Publisher:
WDM Publishing
Publication date:
08/26/2012
Pages:
222
Product dimensions:
5.25(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.51(d)

Meet the Author

Deb Logan loves fantasy of all flavors, from Celtic mythology to Native American legends. Dragons are her favorite fantasy creatures, but she also loves faeries, water horses, sasquatch, and thunderbirds.

Of course, Deb likes normal critters too. Her dog is a favorite: a bull mastiff the exact color of a perfectly toasted marshmallow. Oh, and you might like to know that Deb is a mother of twins...boy-girl twins. Just like Justin and Janine in Thunderbird! If you visit her website (deblogan.wordpress.com), you can read an interview about her experiences as a mother of twins.

Hooray for Faeries and Dragons and Thunderbirds, Oh My!

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