By Lauren Tarshis

The catastrophe felt all over the world . . .

Visiting his dad's native land in Japan 4 months after his father's demise will be not easy adequate for Ben. yet one morning the soreness turns to worry: first, a major earthquake rocks the quiet coastal village, approximately toppling his uncle's condo. Then the sea waters upward thrust and Ben and his relatives are swept away-and pulled apart-by a bad tsunami.

Now Ben is by myself, stranded in an odd kingdom one million miles from domestic. Can he struggle challenging sufficient to outlive the most epic failures of all time?

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Hollered Mole. “You certainly did,” said Bear with a smile.

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