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Ice Breaker

Tony Bradman, Tom Bradman

Publisher: A&C Black Childrens & Educational

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Summary

When the spaceship colony Buzz Aldrin spots an ice planet, although it's no good for long-term habitation, it is 
a great place for a winter holiday! Armed with skis, snowboards and 
sledges, the children are taken for a fun-filled field 
trip, which quickly turns to disaster when an avalanche strikes. 
Luke, Yuri and Yasmin think that being trapped in 
an ice cave is bad enough, but then discover that actually 
they're inside the mouth of an enormous alien creature! Will the trio 
of young adventurers ever manage to escape? Or will they become 
the human equivalent of a frozen TV dinner?
Available since: 02/14/2014.
Print length: 64 pages.

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