Rodmika is an Indian boy who explores the Green Jungle with his brother Dobarra. They find a palace in the jungle on his way to find a pathway back to his schooling.
-Adin, age 13
This is a great book full of adventure and even education! Worth the read.
Lovely story about perseverance, family and hunger for knowledge! Rodmika is adapted to the jungle and one with nature out there. He respects the beauty of nature and he is brave and knows how to survive. There are great adventures and suspense in this book with a happy ending.
This book offers so much more than the description states. My children and I learned about history, the jungle, animal behaviour, family relationships and the importance of an education that encompass both book learning and real-world learning. My children loved the action this book offered as well. I would definitely say this is a must read!
“If one were to survive in the jungle, fear had to be replaced with action.” This is just one of the gems we loved in this book. We have really enjoyed reading it aloud at our house. Every time we stop at least one child asks if we can keep reading. We have had a lot of fun looking up some of the animals that are described in the jungle as well. Great book.
Thirteen-year-old Rodmika is well acquainted with the crystal-clear rivers and tangled vines of the Green Jungle. So when his family moves to the other side of the jungle, leaving behind his chance for an education, Rodmika is perfectly suited to find a way to return. As Rodmika searches for a way back to the place of his schooling, he uncovers much more than a path.
Set against the backdrop of a lush, untamed Indian rainforest, The Lost Kingdom weaves adventure and mystery into a thrilling tale that will resonate with readers who have a love for exploration and excitement.
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