Life is a Jungle
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Life is a Jungle  -     By: Ron Snell

Life is a Jungle

Hannibal Books / 1997 / Paperback

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A continuing look at the escapades of the rollicking Snells, who love adventure, love God, and love the Machiguenga Indians. Ron's high-school years unfold like a television series as he hikes into the middle of the Amazon jungle to build an airstrip and nearly starves to death, greets the president of Peru as he visit's Ron's school, spoon-feeds water to feverish Machiguengas, and helps bury the ones who died.

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Title: Life is a Jungle
By: Ron Snell
Format: Paperback
Number of Pages: 270
Vendor: Hannibal Books
Publication Date: 1997
Dimensions: 7 X 4.25 (inches)
Weight: 9 ounces
ISBN: 0929292855
ISBN-13: 9780929292854
Ages: 12-14
Stock No: WW92852

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"Life is a Jungle" by Ron Snell is Book 2 of The Rani Adventures, also known as The Jungle Series. The second edition is 5 1/2 inches by 8 1/2 inches. The first edition was 4 1/4 inches by 7 inches. Type is bigger and easier to read in the second edition.Extremely popular with the Christian homeschool audience as well as people of all ages, The Rani Adventures depict what life was like for a young missionary kid growing up in the rain forests of Peru."My high school years were like a television series," Snell writes. "Hiking into the middle of the Amazon jungle to build an airstrip and nearly starving to death. Greeting the president of Peru as he stepped out of his chopper to visit our school. Spoon feeding water to feverish Machiguengas and helping bury the ones who died."I never thought it unusual to have a 16-foot anaconda slithering around in our science class. Or going barefoot to school, getting stuck in the middle of landslides or getting cheap thrills careening through the streets of Lima in taxis in the dead of night."What was I doing in Peru?"Well, that's a long story. A funny, sad, sometimes unbelievable story.It's what this book is about--a really crazy family that loved adventure, loved God and loved the Machiguengas."

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