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Andaman Adventure: The Jarawa

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Deepak Dalal gave up a career in chemical engineering to write stories for children. He lives in ... Read More

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Deepak Dalal gave up a career in chemical engineering to write stories for children. He lives in Pune with his wife, two daughters and several dogs and cats. He enjoys wildlife, nature and the outdoors. His books include the Vikram-Aditya adventure series (for older readers) and the Feather Tales series (for younger readers). All his stories have a strong conservation theme.

This is the seventh book in the Vikram-Aditya series following from Koleshwar's Secret and is the first of the two-part 'Andaman Adventure' books.

The Andaman coast, north and west of the capital city of Port Blair, is an unspoiled stretch of beauty. This untamed coast has only been partly explored. Large sea eagles prowl its blue skies, saltwater crocodiles patrol meandering creeks, and lush and dense forests unfold behind isolated beaches.

These magnificent forests are home to the proud and ancient people of this land known to outsiders as the Jarawa. Wielding arrows and spears, the Jarawa fiercely protect their wild abode, attacking those who dare enter into their sacred space.

Vikram and Aditya, accompanied by Chitra, a free-spirited girl much like the islands themselves, embark on an adventure of a lifetime along this very coast. On a moonlit night they venture up a forbidden creek where danger lurks in the shadows awaiting them. Find out what happens next in this thrilling adventure series set in India's farthest-most region.

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Title: Andaman Adventure: The Jarawa
Author: Deepak Dalal
SKU: BK0462800
EAN: 9780143449409
Language: English
Binding: Paperback

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