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The Lost Tribes: Safe Harbor

The Lost Tribes:
Safe Harbor

Author: C. Taylor-Butler

A delightful mix of science, history, sports, and mystery is weaved perfectly through a tale of a boy and his sister searching for their parents who have vanished.

Coping with the Quarantine:

Go on an adventure with Paul Greci as he reads from his novel, Surviving Bear Island.
Earlier chapters can be found on our Videos page.

Chapter 20 (Part 1)

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Exclusive Author Interviews

Exclusive interview with our author Paul Greci, who is also a teacher. Our editorial assistant Julia asks Greci for advice for parents of readers who are adjusting to online learning.

Our editorial assistant Julia interviews author Christine Taylor-Butler about the role science plays in her series “The Lost Tribes”.

The Lost Tribes Trivia Challenge

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for The Lost Tribes 3: Trials was created:

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#3 on the Goodreads Best Diverse Books for Children and Teenager
Hum by William Thomas
The Lost Tribes was voted #3 on the Goodreads Best Diverse Books for Children and Teenagers list!

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Read the Publishers Weekly interview with Move Books publisher, Eileen Robinson.

Move Books author, Christine Taylor-Butler, contributed to The New York Times article “Talking to Kids About Racism, Early and Often.”

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