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The Wilderness War

Julia Green

Subjects

  • Action Adventures - chills, thrills and plenty of spills

Average rating

5 out 5

Noah is looking forward to spending the summer in the Wilderness - a strip of wild land across from his house. The Wilderness means freedom . . . climbing trees, sleeping under the stars, spotting a deer, feeding the birds. But Noah discovers that there are plans afoot to destroy the Wilderness. He'll have to fight to save it. This means war.

Reviews

It interested me because of the lots of nature on the front cover. It interested me a lot in it. I would recommend this book to readers who love saving energy and being ECO!

Marshal Cornetto Pumpernickel 14.08.2019

I really enjoyed this book. The characters were smart and funny! I like nature a lot, and this book was all about saving the wilderness (a forest). My favourite character was Noah.

Master Augustus Starlight 21.08.2018

Yes!

Coach Sapphire Mildew 29.07.2018

I love this book. This book contains that how importent nature is to us.

Anonymous 28.03.2018

because its funny

Anonymous 18.01.2018

I really liked this book it had loads of of cool people that wanted to save the wilderness because it was going to be built on.

Anonymous 03.09.2017

This is a very good book. It will appeal to people who love animals and wish to save the wildlife. It also shows you how important wildlife is to us. I really liked Crow - a bird thrown out of its nest as a teenaged bird it then soon becomes tame for Noah (one of the main characters). I recommend this book and give it 5 out of 5. :3

Anonymous 29.08.2017

A brilliant story about a boy called Noah, his little sister Natalie and his friends Zeke, Toby, Holly, Anil and Asha. Every holiday they play in the place they call The Wilderness, which is perfect for building dens, playing games and staying up all night camping. One day Noah spots a sign in the night and it says 'For Sale'. He and his friends are distraught. Can they save their Wilderness??? I loved this book because I love doing the sorts of things that they do. I found it dramatic and exciting and my favourite part was when they went to the council. I'd rate this book 100/100. Read it!

General Mistral Porridge-Oats 15.08.2017

I think you should read this book because it is totally amazing, it is about saving the woodland where Noah and all his friends like to play, and telling everyone the bad news, and defeating people in the government and having fun.

Anonymous 10.08.2017

It was the best book I ever read in my life! I just like it so much after Beetle Boy.

Anonymous 02.08.2017

It is the best book I have ever read and I totally recommend this book to anyone who loves the wild and playing outside with friends and having adventures!

Anonymous 26.07.2017

Best for older kids def aimed at teenagers - voted 1st place in our Chatterbooks group.

Anonymous 27.06.2017

I enjoyed this book. I think boys or girls would like it.

Princess Rose Colly-Wobbles 16.06.2017

I love this book! recommended to eager readers who are outdoorsy and independent. People are trying to make the bit of country side opposite Noah and his friends houses. Noah and his friends need to fight to protect their animal friends and their dens. They will do anything to stop a bulldozer chopping the tree's and for house developers to build houses there.

Anonymous 05.06.2017

It is an amazing book, relating to the world today! I'd recommend this book to people who love having having a taste of adventure in the wild; like me!

Anonymous 23.07.2016

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