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A beam of moonlight shone through the skylight, allowing him to to see the outline of the other bunk bed. His younger sister Sierra's breathing was the only sound in the bunkhouse. Had he heard his parents moving around in the main cabin?

He didn't think so. Then he heard the noise again. Author Leach examines each with sensitivity and age-appropriate language…Recommended. Information about living in harmony with the environment is seamlessly incorporated. Introverted Jake is similar to Greg Heffley in the Diary of a Wimpy Kid series, but his struggles are developed in a much more serious vein. Add to list Share On a book page, this tab will allow you to add a book to one of your lists.

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Enlarge Cover View Excerpt 5 of 5 1 2 3 4 5 2 ratings. Jake Reynolds: Chicken or Eagle? Description Eleven-year-old Jake Reynolds wants to save seal pups from the talons of bald eagles, protect his little sister Sierra and confront the wolf he is sure stalks Hidalgo Island. She has had the privilege of teaching several amazing students with Autism Spectrum Disorder.

Her experience working with them inspired Slug Days and its acclaimed follow-up Penguin Days. Excerpt Jake woke in the middle of the night with his heart pounding. With the talent competition only weeks away, she has to decide whether to break her promise to herself and let her voice out into the world, or wait for her mother's uncertain return before singing for anyone else. Jaz lives in the small northern community of Destiny and is a new member of the Junior Canadian Rangers.

Her divorced parents argue a lot, and Jaz hopes if she wins a dog-mushing derby, they will be so proud of her they will stop arguing. But the derby would be a lot more fun if she wasn't paired with Colly, an older boy who is a more experienced JCR.

On the derby trail all Jaz's newfound skills, her will to survive and her ability to get along with Colly, are put to a life-and-death test. Addison Addley hates math. He hates public speaking too.

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Actually, he hates anything that involves work, but he only has a couple of weeks to write and memorize his grade five speech. The problem is, he can't think of a single topic. When he finally comes up with an excellent idea for a speech, it almost writes itself, but it's his poor math skills that make speech day unforgettable. Addy has worn hearing aids for as long as she can remember. Her mother tells her this makes her special, but now that Addy's in grade six, she wants to be special for what she's done.

When Addy joins the school running club to keep her best friend, Lucy, company, she discovers she is a gifted runner. Lucy isn't, which is problematic. Further troubles surface when Addy gets paired on a school project with Sierra, a smart, self-assured new classmate who wears a cochlear implant.

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Addy is surprised to discover hearing loss is all they have in common and a shared disability is not enough of a foundation for a friendship. True friends support each other, even if they have different passions and dreams. More importantly, Addy comes to understand that she is defined by more than her hearing loss.