This exciting reader follows the story of the longest and the most demanding elephant migration on the planet. Living at the furthest corners of the hot and dry Sahara Desert, the very margins of where elephants can survive, hundreds of these great creatures make a dangerous but necessary journey as their main source of food and water dries up and they must go in search of more. Battling 120-degree heat, sandstorms, and fierce thunderstorms, these amazing animals travel 35 miles a day in a race against time in search of the bare essentials of life.
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Based on the highly-acclaimed National Geographic Channel special, these high-interest readers blend amazing images with incredible stories of the perilous journeys some animals must take in order to survive, inviting readers to follow the fascinating migration paths of some of nature's most driven creatures, including butterflies, whales, elephants, zebras and others. Level 3 readers are perfect for kids who are reading on their own and are ready for a more challenging vocabulary and richer text.
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