Annie, George and Jed are on a school camping trip, and their team hasn't been doing very well in the activities they've been set. There is one final task - an orienteering exercise in the nearby woods - and they're determined to win. But will their differences in opinion hold them back, and what is the howl they've heard deep in the woods?
* Sapphire/Band 16 books offer longer reads to develop children's sustained engagement with texts and are more complex syntactically.
* Text type: A mystery story.
* Curriculum links: Citizenship.
* This book has been quizzed for Accelerated Reader.
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