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If mountain climbing is your thing you will enjoy coming on this expedition! If trekking through dangerous but breath taking terrain is something you've always longed to do then Himalayan Adventures is for you.

There are tigers and elephants and monkeys galore, fascinating people. But watch out - the hairy caterpillars might sting you!

Find out what it's like to be in the co
Paperback, 95 pages
Published November 20th 2005 by Christian Focus Publications
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Anne Hamilton
Short breezy stories with a devotional theme about life in Nepal near the foothills of the Himalayas. Great stories: The drunk elephants; the chickens that freeze to confuse an eagle from picking them off; the Rhesus monkey that thought it was the boss of the house. Favourite story: that of the villager, Sri, and his desperately ill wife. Sri dreams of a building with a strangely coloured roof where she can receive healing, so he packs her in a basket and carries her on his back down to the city ...more
L.D. Taylor
Nov 22, 2014 rated it really liked it
From Eva, age 11.

I thought the stories were really great and I recommend this book.
Favourite thing about it: how she explained God's design in each thing.
Do you feel you learned anything? I learnt a lot about the Himalayas and other things about nature that I really enjoyed.
Favourite story: drunk elephants

Garrett Lammey
May 24, 2013 rated it it was amazing
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Recommended to Garrett by: mom
it was a good book
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I read this one aloud to my kids. We all loved it and almost felt like we'd journeyed to Nepal. Educational, inspiring and some great Biblical perspectives. ...more
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