Gorinjas: The Beginning

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MoshPit Publishing, Nov 21, 2016 - Juvenile Fiction - 158 pages
When you're a young gorilla who has an unusual patch of white fur, fitting in can be tough. But when you meet a jungle legend of martial arts, things get very interesting. Follow gorillas Gonga and Jemma through a fast-paced action adventure full of danger, secret tunnels, underground surfing and valuable life lessons. But will their secret training be enough? Are they really prepared for anything?

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Gonga is a little different from the rest of the gorillas and a gang insists on tormenting him. He and his friend Jemma, run into Shintu, an old gorilla, who gives them lessons in martial arts. The ... Read full review

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About the author (2016)

Mark Lancaster is a Christian, parent, survivor, martial artist, scuba diver, author and outdoor enthusiast. He writes action adventure books for 8-12yr olds (Middle grade). The story in his books show how determination helps to take ownership of a problem. Coupling this with hard work and facing your fears, helps find a solution to a problem, while enabling you to make new friends and enjoy unique experiences along the way.

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