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There's more adventure on the horizon for Chase and his dad in this third installment of the Storm Runners series. This time, they're headed to Mexico to track down the Rossi Brothers' Circus after a major earthquake. Not to mention, there's a volcano about to blow.… Upbeat music eases us into this non-stop adventure tale. Ramon de Ocampo's performs with verve. He gets right into Chase's head and heart. With building pacing, Ocampo uses suspense to captivate young audiences while his warm, friendly voice makes for easy listening.

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The adventures aren't over yet for Chase Masters and his dad. In this third installment, Chase heads south of the border with his friend Nicole Rossi to track down the Rossi Brothers Circus - lions, tigers, elephants, giraffes and all - after a massive earthquake hits Mexico. With a volcano threatening to erupt as a result of the disaster, Chase has never faced such a serious threat to his survival!

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  • M. Bojczuk
  • 01-02-18

fun book for the whole family

Our family loves all three of these books in this series. Kids and grown ups a like are entertained by this book. We wish there were more.