River of Lost Bears (Seekers: Return to the Wild Series, Book 3)
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The New York Times bestselling Seekers series from Erin Hunter continues in the third book in the Return to the Wild story arc. River of Lost Bears is filled with the high-stakes action and heart-pounding adventure that fans of Seekers and the #1 nationally bestselling Warriors series crave.
Kallik, Toklo, Lusa, and Yakone head away from the ice toward warmer territories. As they approach the mountains, Toklo is faced with an impossible choice. Though he is desperate to leave the struggles of their quest and to find his place in the world of brown bears, is he ready to leave his friends behind?
to take the blame? Couldn’t she see that Hakan was just a bully? Heartbroken? Hakan was about as heartbroken as a weasel swallowing a chick! Toklo stalked after Chenoa, a growl rumbling in his throat. He wanted to find Hakan and teach him not to be a bully. But wouldn’t that make me a bully just like him, using my weight to get what I want? Prickling with frustration, he scrambled over a tussock. I just want to go home! The mountains were tugging at him even more strongly now that he’d seen
wouldn’t feel guilty, wishing for sunshine.” Toklo pictured walking beneath the wide blue sky beside Oka and Tobi with the sun hot on his back. “When Tobi and I were cubs, I thought that there was only sunshine and water in the whole world.” Lusa gazed calmly into his eyes. “You must miss Tobi.” She woke me up to ask about Tobi? Toklo’s paws pricked with irritation. “So?” “But you don’t like talking about him.” “He’s dead. There’s not much to talk about.” “So you’re not going to think about
“She’ll be okay,” Toklo promised Chenoa, praying it was true. A few moments later, Lusa popped out, dragging a bundle. She hauled it back toward the trees. “Let’s get out of here!” Toklo nodded upstream and broke into a run. He veered past the pelt-den and raced beside the river. Behind him, he could hear pawsteps, and Lusa’s bundle swishing against her legs. As the river curved around a corner, Toklo slowed to a halt on a stretch of sandy shore. Yakone and Kallik slowed behind him, panting
mist. They slipped past Kallik and launched themselves at the rock face. Toklo hissed, but Yakone said, “Let them lead. That way we can keep an eye on them, and they can set the pace.” Chenoa scrambled up the first few rocks, finding pawholds on the pitted stone. Lusa followed closely, using the same nooks to pull herself up. Kallik took a slightly different route, able to use pawholds that were farther apart. Toklo hesitated by the foot of the cliff, tipping his head back as he strained to see
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