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Owen and Mzee: The True Story of a Remarkable Friendship

|February 1, 2006

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The inspiring true story of two great friends, a baby hippo named Owen and a 130-yr-old giant tortoise named Mzee (Mm-ZAY). When Owen was stranded after the Dec 2004 tsunami, villagers in Kenya worked tirelessly to rescue him. Then, to everyone's amazement, the…
Owen and Mzee: The Language of Friendship

|January 1, 2007

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The in-demand follow-up to the New York Times bestseller Owen & Mzee , the friendship that has touched millions around the world. In this exciting follow-up to Owen & Mzee , the New York Times bestselling story about an orphaned baby hippo named Owen and the…
Winter's Tail: How One Little Dolphin Learned to Swim Again

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When Winter, an Atlantic bottlenose dolphin, was just three months old, she was rescued from a crab trap off the coast of Florida, and her tail was seriously damaged. She was rushed to Clearwater Marine Aquarium. It wasn't clear that she would survive, but to…
Leo the Snow Leopard: The True Story of an Amazing Rescue

|October 1, 2010

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When Leo was less than seven weeks old, he became orphaned and left alone in the snowy mountains of Pakistan. Luckily, a shepherd rescued him, but Leo was too big to be taken care of for long. It wasn't clear what would happen to Leo because without a mother, he…
Knut: How One Little Polar Bear Captivated World

|November 1, 2007

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From the bestselling author of Owen & Mzee, a picture book about Knut, the adorable polar bear cub who's captured hearts around the world. When Knut was born, the first polar bear cub at the Berlin Zoo in more than thirty years, he was no bigger than a snowball…