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The crocodile nest Des Hunt.

By: Hunt, Des, 1941-.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Auckland [N.Z.] : HarperCollins 2010Description: 255 pages ; 20 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9781869508289.Subject(s): Fathers and sons -- Juvenile fiction | Children's stories, New Zealand -- Juvenile fiction | Children's adventure stories | Australia -- Juvenile fiction | Queensland (Australia) -- Juvenile fictionGenre/Form: Children's stories, New Zealand. | Teenage fiction, New Zealand. | Teen fiction. | Children's fiction.DDC classification: Junior fiction
Contents:
Novel for children. -Luke Evans never knew his father, so when his internet skills track down someone who could be his dad, living at a luxurious resort in Queensland, Australia, his imagination runs wild. But Luke is shocked when they finally meet, and has some hard lessons to learn as he realises that nobody is perfect and nothing can be accepted at face value. How Luke deals with what he finds will change his life, if he can survive. Suggested level: primary, intermediate.
Summary: Luke Evans never knew his father, so when his internet skills track down someone who could be his dad, living at a luxurious resort in Queensland, Australia, his imagination runs wild. But Luke is shocked when they finally meet, and has some hard lessons to learn as he realises that nobody is perfect and nothing can be accepted at face value. How Luke deals with what he finds will change his life, if he can survive. Suggested level: primary, intermediate.
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Luke Evans never knew his father, so when his internet skills track down someone who could be his dad, living at a luxurious resort in Queensland, Australia, his imagination runs wild. But Luke is shocked when they finally meet, and has some hard lessons to learn as he realises that nobody is perfect and nothing can be accepted at face value. How Luke deals with what he finds will change his life, if he can survive. Suggested level: primary, intermediate.

Novel for children.

Novel for children. -Luke Evans never knew his father, so when his internet skills track down someone who could be his dad, living at a luxurious resort in Queensland, Australia, his imagination runs wild. But Luke is shocked when they finally meet, and has some hard lessons to learn as he realises that nobody is perfect and nothing can be accepted at face value. How Luke deals with what he finds will change his life, if he can survive. Suggested level: primary, intermediate.

Luke Evans never knew his father, so when his internet skills track down someone who could be his dad, living at a luxurious resort in Queensland, Australia, his imagination runs wild. But Luke is shocked when they finally meet, and has some hard lessons to learn as he realises that nobody is perfect and nothing can be accepted at face value. How Luke deals with what he finds will change his life, if he can survive. Suggested level: primary, intermediate.

Suitable for 9 - 12 year olds.

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