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The Bear of Flying Mountain


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When Will steps through a mysterious portal at the zoo he's transported into the world of the Night Zoo, and thrust into an incredible adventure. Bestowed with a zookeeper's uniform and a magical teleporting torch, he's tasked with protecting the zoo's inhabitants.

In this story, Will, Riya and Sam the Spying Giraffe must travel to a mountain flying high up in the sky! They are in search of a famous hero who can help protect the Night Zoo from the evil Lord of Nulth.

Our brave companions must climb a frozen waterfall, care for a hungry wolf, made entirely of a biting wind, and finally enter a dark ice cave. But, will our heroes find an ally or an enemy hiding within?

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This is Book 6 in the Night Zookeeper Series. See all Night Zookeeper books here.


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Leaving Tusk Temple behind, Will led his friends Riya and Sam the Spying Giraffe through the portal he had created with his torch.

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In Joshua Davidson's world of the Night Zoo, children discover purple elephants, invisible spying giraffes, Wednesday flavoured ice cream and a city made entirely of igloos.

Joshua is passionate about education and his books are about friendship, the power of creativity and the importance of an unrestrained imagination.

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Giles Clare is a freelance author and practising teacher with nearly 20 years' experience in the primary classroom. He has written a wide range of resources for teachers and children, including fiction. He cycles to get some exercise and also to have a break from the writing.

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