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General Note: Accelerated Reader 5.8.
Reading Counts! .5
A Junior Library Guild Selection.
Accelerated Reader AR UG 5.8 11.0 181589.
Bibliography, etc. Note: Includes bibliographical references.
Summary, etc.: When John was ten years old his father brought back a baby orangutan from Indonesia, and Raja quickly becomes John's "brother" and responsibility--so years later, after his parents divorce, and his father has sold Raja to a roadside zoo, John sets out to rescue him and bring him to a sanctuary in Indonesia.
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Young Adult.
840 Lexile.
Study Program Information Note:
Accelerated Reader 5.8.
Reading Counts!
Accelerated Reader AR UG 5.8 11.0 181589.
Awards Note:
A Junior Library Guild Selection.
Subject: Orangutans Juvenile fiction
Animal rescue Juvenile fiction
Animal welfare Juvenile fiction
Responsibility Juvenile fiction
Families United States Juvenile fiction
Indonesia Juvenile fiction
Orangutans Fiction
Wildlife rescue Fiction
Animals Treatment Fiction
Responsibility Fiction
Indonesia Fiction

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by Schrefer, Eliot
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Eliot Schrefer is a notable, best-selling young adult author. Schrefer attended Harvard University, where he graduated with High Honors in French and American literature. Schrefer's first novel, Glamorous Disasters, was a somewhat autobiographical tale of a young man living in Harlem and paying off college debt while tutoring Fifth-Avenue families. After writing another novel for adults, he turned to young adult fiction with The School for Dangerous Girls, about a boarding school for criminal young ladies. That book was selected as a "Best of the Teen Age" by the New York Public Library, and his next novel, The Deadly Sister, earned a starred review from School Library Journal. Schrefer's fifth novel Endangered, about a girl surviving wartime in Congo with an orphan bonobo ape, was a finalist for the National Book Award in Young People's Literature, one of NPR's "Best of 2012," and an editor's choice in The New York Times. ELIOT SCHREFER is also the author of Threatened, a finalist for the National Book Award in Young People's Literature in 2014, about a boy surviving in the jungles of Gabon alongside chimpanzees and Rise and Fall, the sixth book in the Spirit Animals Series. Schrefer's works have been translated into many languages including German, Russian, Polish, Taiwanese, Bulgarian, and Japanese. (Bowker Author Biography)

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