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Journey to the River Sea

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Sent in 1910 to live with distant relatives who own a rubber plantation along the Amazon River, English orphan Maia is excited. She believes she is in for brightly colored macaws, enormous butterflies, and curtains of sweetly scented orchids trailing from the trees. Her British classmates warn her of man-eating alligators and wild, murderous Indians. Unfortunately, no on Sent in 1910 to live with distant relatives who own a rubber plantation along the Amazon River, English orphan Maia is excited. She believes she is in for brightly colored macaws, enormous butterflies, and curtains of sweetly scented orchids trailing from the trees. Her British classmates warn her of man-eating alligators and wild, murderous Indians. Unfortunately, no one cautions Maia about her nasty, xenophobic cousins, who douse the house in bug spray and forbid her from venturing beyond their coiffed compound. Maia, however, is resourceful enough to find herself smack in the middle of more excitement than she ever imagined, from a mysterious Indian with an inheritance, to an itinerant actor dreading his impending adolescence, to a remarkable journey down the Amazon in search of the legendary giant sloth.

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Sent in 1910 to live with distant relatives who own a rubber plantation along the Amazon River, English orphan Maia is excited. She believes she is in for brightly colored macaws, enormous butterflies, and curtains of sweetly scented orchids trailing from the trees. Her British classmates warn her of man-eating alligators and wild, murderous Indians. Unfortunately, no on Sent in 1910 to live with distant relatives who own a rubber plantation along the Amazon River, English orphan Maia is excited. She believes she is in for brightly colored macaws, enormous butterflies, and curtains of sweetly scented orchids trailing from the trees. Her British classmates warn her of man-eating alligators and wild, murderous Indians. Unfortunately, no one cautions Maia about her nasty, xenophobic cousins, who douse the house in bug spray and forbid her from venturing beyond their coiffed compound. Maia, however, is resourceful enough to find herself smack in the middle of more excitement than she ever imagined, from a mysterious Indian with an inheritance, to an itinerant actor dreading his impending adolescence, to a remarkable journey down the Amazon in search of the legendary giant sloth.
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Title Journey to the River Sea Height
Eva Ibbotson Width
ISBN-13 9780330538817 Binding Paperback
ISBN-10 0330538810 Spine Width
Publisher MacMillan Children's Books Pages 296
Edition 0010-Anniversary Availability Out Of Stock

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