Another day, another wilderness mission. That’s life for these sixth graders. The first three missions weren’t easy, but mission number four is about to crank up the intensity and challenge them in ways they didn’t think possible.
This is book 4 of the Kids vs. Nature series and continues a story that has captivated fans of the wilderness survival genre.
Read the entire series!
Surviving Moose Lake (Book 1)
Surviving Desert View (Book 2)
Surviving Horse Island (Book 3)
Surviving Cougar Mountain (Book 4)
~ Future Stories ~
Surviving Crystal Cavern (Book 5)
Surviving Crocodile Swamp (Book 6)
Surviving Rapids Canyon (Book 7)
Blending elements of science, nature, and make-believe!
Reviewed By Piaras O Cionnaoith for Emerald Book Reviews
Surviving Cougar Mountain is the fourth installment in the Kids vs. Nature series. It’s another exciting story that teaches not only important life lessons like teamwork and caring for each other, but also life-saving skills as well. The book is jam-packed with lots of information about nature and survival.
Surviving Cougar Mountain (Kids vs. Nature) was a very entertaining read not only for my grand kids, but also for myself! Author Karl Steam writes in a wonderful style that will guarantee the attention of young minds. I also thought the text and illustrations (by Mary Monette G. Barbaso) worked very well together. We’ll be looking forward to seeing what’s coming next. Five stars from us. Well done again Karl!
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Previously a junior high school teacher, Karl Steam is now the author of the Kids vs. Nature series. Other works include Purple Pup and How Santa Changed. He lives in the Upper Midwest, with his wife and four children.
Karl Steam loves to blend the elements of science, nature, and make-believe. His stories are fast paced and enjoyed by children around the world. The Kids vs. Nature series was inspired by his fascination with wilderness survival stories as a child. Danger in Quicksand Swamp, Hatchet, and My Side of the Mountain were among his favorites.