Awesome Animals: Panda Panic - Running Wild Award-winning author

by Jamie Rix (author)

Suitable for 7 - 9 years

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The second hilarious Panda Panic story in the fantastic AWESOME ANIMALS series – awesome adventures with the wildest wildlife, from award-winning authors.

Ping the panda lives with his mum and twin sister on the Wolong nature reserve in China. Although his name means ‘peaceful’ he’s anything but! Ping craves adventure and excitement but unfortunately he is a panda… and pandas do pretty much nothing except eat bamboo.

But when Ping gets swept off down the river, he at last finds the adventure he’s been waiting for. Will Ping and his new friend Little Bear enjoy their freedom, or will the shadows, and the bandits, and the lurking snow leopards have them running for home-sweet-home?

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HarperCollins Children's Books

Date published

August 30th, 2012




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  1. Book-Club-Review-Team
    on 8 July 2013

    When I first saw the book I thought I would like it as it looks like a crazy story. The story was about a Panda cub called Ping who wanted an adventure all the time.

    Ping was my favourite character as he reminded me of myself I love adventures too.

    Firstly I loved the story when Ping dreamed that he was fighting a snow leopard and the leopard fell down a waterfall.

    Secondly I really liked it when Ping skied down a big mountain.

    This book is great for any adventure going child aged 7 and older.

    Stephanie, aged 7

    5out of 5