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The Wild Pack Devise a Plan Paperback – 1 December 2017

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About the Author

André Marx studied German language and literature, linguistics and art at the University of Osnabrück. He then became a full-time writer, authoring twenty-seven books of the German cult series 'Die Drei???'. He is known for his witty wordplay and for masterfully weaving mysterious clues, thrills and suspense into his stories. In 2007, he collaborated with Boris Pfeiffer on the Wild Pack series for children.


Born in 1964 in Berlin, Boris Pfeiffer is a German writer of children's books, plays and poetry. He worked as a stage director and screenwriter before going on to become an author and award-winning playwright. His books have sold over a million copies in Germany and his stories have been translated into nine languages.


Anya Malhotra has been a freelance translator and interpreter for close to twenty-five years. Her work spans a wide range, from literature and technical texts to environmental and economic research. Her translations have also been published in magazines and have appeared online. Anya's childhood was spent surrounded by books but, much to her regret, no animals, which she is making up for now. An outdoorsy person, she divides her time between Delhi and Kumaon.

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  • Publisher : Puffin (1 December 2017)
  • Language : English
  • Paperback : 144 pages
  • ISBN-10 : 0143334298
  • ISBN-13 : 978-0143334293
  • Reading age : 9 - 12 years
  • Item Weight : 90 g
  • Dimensions : 20 x 14 x 4 cm
  • Generic Name : BOOK
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4.0 out of 5 stars A fun read 👍
By Reading_Tam_Ishly on 5 January 2021
This small book is quite fun to read. Flanked with accurate illustrations with some fun writing and diverse animal characters, this story is a delight.

Part of a series, the story deals with how these different wild animals live together in a secluded area in the city and devise ways and means to survive each day. The only rule they have to follow is not to eat each other but respect and help each other to not let human discover their hideout.

Most of these animals have been in the zoo; some lost and some just do not have anywhere to go to.

On one such days of searching for food in a restaurant, the animals get discovered by one of the most ruthless zoo managers and they had to escape him in ways only god knows how! That's something adventurous to read. And damn dangerous too!

The later part also deals with identity. Some of the animals go to a museum to understand some of their members and it's such a fun one as well as to how they interpret things there!

I would say the human characters are quite unlikeable. Spoiled kids, a helpless and a hopeless father trying to kill animals for their fur and yes, some strong words have been used.

A fun read for most part, this is one such story making us accept the differences in each of us and what family truly means.
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