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  • Rikki-Tikki-Tavi

    Rudyard Kipling

    eBook (Gere Donovan Press, Jan. 1, 1894)
    This is the story of a boy and his weasel, a bird and a snake, India and the British Empire. Rudyard Kipling's dramatic tale, here excerpted from the greater volume of The Jungle Book, is the story of the loyal mongoose, Rikk-Tikki-Tavi, and the lengths to which he must go to protect his adoptive human family.
  • Meg: A Novel of Deep Terror

    Steve Alten

    eBook (Gere Donovan Press, Aug. 17, 2011)
    Read the book that inspired the BLOCKBUSTER MOVIE starring Jason Statham, Li Bingbing, Rainn Wilson, Ruby Rose, Winston Chao, and Cliff Curtis!Seven years ago, and seven miles below the surface of the Pacific Ocean, Dr. Jonas Taylor encountered something that changed the course of his life. Once a Navy deep-sea submersible pilot, now a marine paleontologist, Taylor is convinced that a remnant population of Carcharodon megalodon—prehistoric sharks growing up to 70 feet long, that subsisted on whales—lurks at the bottom of the Mariana Trench. When offered the opportunity to return to those crushing depths in search of the Megs, Taylor leaps at the chance… but the quest for scientific knowledge (and personal vindication) becomes a desperate fight for survival, when the most vicious predator that the earth has ever known is freed to once-again hunt the surface.
  • Blood Will Tell

    Dana Stabenow

    eBook (Gere Donovan Press, July 20, 2011)
    It's a crisp, snowless October in The Park. The root cellar is full, the cordwood is stacked, the oil drums are filled and there’s a freshly-butchered moose in her cache, but Kate Shugak must leave her cabin and head into the chaos of Anchorage, where the Alaska Federation of Natives’ annual convention is being held. Why? Because board members of the Niniltna Native Association have been dying… board members who just happened to oppose a lucrative new development project. If it’s just a coincidence, perhaps Kate will find nothing, but this is Alaska—politics and profit are constantly at odds with conservation and traditional practices, and anyone looking too closely is likely to discover something unsavory.
  • Hunter's Moon

    Dana Stabenow

    eBook (Gere Donovan Press, Sept. 29, 2011)
    Guiding becomes a deadly business when Kate Shugak accepts a contract to shepherd a group of German computer executives on an Alaskan hunting retreat. As the fog rolls in and people start dying, Kate and her boyfriend Jack discover how very seriously their charges take the sport. A hunter's moon signals a season of gathering and plenty, but Kate finds herself out of resources and at her most vulnerable. She must find the strength to not only survive, but repay. This time, the guide becomes the huntress.
  • Meg: Origins

    Steve Alten, Erik Hollander

    eBook (Gere Donovan Press, Aug. 16, 2011)
    Commander Jonas Taylor is tasked with piloting the US Navy's most advanced submersible, the DSV Sea Cliff, to the bottom of Challenger Deep — 36,000 feet below the surface — into what is very much an undiscovered country. What he finds there — a remnant population of luminous, prehistoric Megalodons — will change the course of the rest of his life. In this prequel to his New York Times Bestseller, Meg: A Novel of Deep Terror, Alten sets the stage for the popular suspense series to follow. Fans of Meg will find it a must for offering insight into key characters' backstories, but the novella-length work also stands alone as a bite-sized tale of deep-sea suspense.
  • Digging For Trouble

    Linda Fairstein

    eBook (Gere Donovan Press, March 23, 2020)
    Twelve-year-old supersleuth Devlin Quick heads to Montana to dig out dinosaur bones, but instead she uncovers a mystery in this second book in the thrilling series from New York Times bestselling author Linda FairsteinAfter successfully apprehending a map thief at the beginning of summer, Dev is going to spend the second half of her summer vacation in Montana with her best friend, Katie, participating in a dinosaur dig. Before long, trouble arrives in the form of a mysterious fossil stealer. But the fossil thief isn't the only danger here, with snakes, scorpions, and bears abound, Montana is a treacherous place for finding answers. But nothing can stop Devlin from investigating!When the mystery takes Dev and Katie back to Manhattan — to the Museum of Natural History — the case gets even more complicated, even with Dev's friend Booker there to help. Dev has to use her brains, brawn, and yes, okay, the lessons learned from her police commissioner mother if she wants to dig up the truth once and for all. This is the perfect read for fans of Nancy Drew and Theodore Boone.
  • Rikki-Tikki-Tavi

    Rudyard Kipling

    eBook (Gere Donovan Press, Aug. 5, 2014)
    This edition includes 10 illustrations. Rudyard Kipling, living and working primarily during the late 19th and early 20th centuries, hails from a time when the ambitions of the United Kingdom spread east into India. Born in Bombay, his family moved to England when he was just five years old, but many of his works, including the action-filled short story “Rikki-Tikki-Tavi,” are nonetheless set in his birthplace. As part of the collection of short stories known to readers as The Jungle Book, “Rikki-Tikki-Tavi,” the tale of a courageous and loyal mongoose protecting his family from king cobras, has been an especial favorite for over a century.
  • Rikki-Tikki-Tavi

    Rudyard Kipling, Casey Malarcher

    eBook (Gere Donovan Press, Sept. 20, 2017)
    Rikki-Tikki-Tavi is a lucky mongoose. Although he was carried away in a flood, a kind family finds and takes care of him. But the family is in danger. It will be up to Rikki-Tikki-Tavi to rescue them!