Lost in the Amazon (Lost #3): A Battle for Survival in the Heart of the Rainforest Reviews

UPDATE TIME: 2019-01-14 
Review Score: 5 out of 5 star From 0 user ratings

" A very incredible story! Even though it's non-fiction, it is very suspenseful and holds your attention just as any well-written mystery/suspense novel would. I thoroughly enjoyed it, and look forward to reading the other "Lost" books written by this author. " said.

" Airline travel is generally safe, right? Juliane Koep " said.

" The book was well written, and I always wanted to read more. Also the way he wrote it let you almost feel the solitude. " said.

" Solid non-fiction, with primary source images and maps. " said.

" We read this in our 4th and 5th grade book club. I loved it! It was very similar to I survived with more details and challenging vocabulary. It didn’t take us long to finish either. The kids enjoyed learning about this true event that happened. " said.

" I'd recommend this book to anyone 4th+ who loves survival stories - adults included. Olson does a fabulous job of telling not just Juliane's survival story, but the story of the rainforest, and the exploitation of its people and resources for the last 400+ years. " said.

" This book is based upon the unbelievable story of a young woman who survived a plane crash and 11 days alone in the Amazon. Intermixed within the story we learn many interesting things about the history and life of the forest. Interesting historical fiction book for grades 3-7.Genre: Historical Fiction " said.

"A quick flight across the Andes Mountains with a plane full of passengers trying to get home for Christmas turns into disaster. This true story of flight 508 Dec. 24th, 1970 details the remarkable survival of 17-year-old Juliane Koepcke. The daughter of German zoologists, Juliane had grown up in the rain forests of Peru. When she wakes up alone, still strapped into her plane seat, she has to use all of her knowledge of the jungle to stay alive till the rescue groups can find her. If they can find her.

This non-fiction narrative will keep you turning the pages to see what happens next even when you know that Juliane survives. The addition of actual photos and maps makes it even more fascinating.

Perfect for ages 12 and up. Fans of the "I Survived" series will love this step up into a higher reading level.
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