Ergonia, Land of the Giant Ants

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Ergonia, Land of the Giant Ants is a story written by a Russian author Vladimir Alenkov and translated into English by M. G. Crisci. This is a fascinating story about a couple of teenagers exploring Antarctica along with Professor Peter and several of his coworkers. The team goes to Antarctica to investigate if there is any life there. They encounter giant ants and get attacked by them. It turns out the ants are intelligent. Fighting off the ants is hard and Basil, one of the teenagers, has to be taken to the hospital with a leg injury. The main characters, Basil and Peter, have crazy imaginations. Masha is a serious and smart high schooler. The characters are realistic and likable. The story is well-written and kept my interest. The book has some pictures. They were drawn by a twelve-year-old girl and are pretty good. They go really well with the story. Any kid aged nine-years-old and up who like adventures will enjoy this book. It would make a good series. I recommend the book. It is full of adventure and very imaginative. I really enjoyed it!

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Author M.G. Crisci and Vladimir Alenikov
Star Count /5
Format eBook
Page Count 320 pages
Publisher Orca Publishing Company
Publish Date 2020-07-01
ISBN 0000072420201
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Issue July 2020
Category Young Adult


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