Disaster Strikes #4: Volcano Blast by Marlane KennedyDisaster Strikes #4: Volcano Blast by Marlane Kennedy

Disaster Strikes #4: Volcano Blast

byMarlane Kennedy

Paperback | February 24, 2015

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When disaster strikes, the only thing you can count on is yourself!

Noah and Emma Burton have traded the sand and surf of their Hawaiian home for a chilly stay in Alaska, and Noah isn't happy about it. His father may be a volcano expert, but why did they have to travel to the coldest, grayest place on earth when there are millions of volcanoes near Honolulu? Noah thinks he's in for the most boring vacation of his life.

He couldn't have been more wrong! A day trip to a remote island turns deadly when a once-dormant volcano suddenly sputters to life in an eruption of epic proportions. Now Noah, Emma, and their new neighbour Alex must fight to survive rivers of molten lava and clouds of toxic ash if they want to make it off the island alive . . .

MARLANE KENNEDY is the author of Me and the Pumpkin Queen and The Dog Days of Charlotte Hayes. She has lived through one tiny earthquake, the blizzard of 1978, and a tornado that swept through Wooster, Ohio, where she lives with her husband and daughter. Though she is having a blast writing about disasters, she is hoping not to add any...
Title:Disaster Strikes #4: Volcano BlastFormat:PaperbackDimensions:128 pages, 7.58 × 5.27 × 0.34 inPublished:February 24, 2015Publisher:SCHOLASTIC INCLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0545530474

ISBN - 13:9780545530477

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Praise for THE DOG DAYS OF CHARLOTTE HAYES"Even for certified non-dog lovers, the familiar family and friendship issues and satisfying resolution make this an agreeable read."--BOOKLIST"[Kennedy's first-person, present-tense voice captures perfectly the emerging moral awareness of young teens as it comes up against the impotence of late childhood. Another fine effort."--KIRKUS REVIEWS"A sweet, gentle story."--SCHOOL LIBRARY JOURNAL