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Tracking the Dalai Lama / Steve Tolbert
Bib ID 2653009
Format BookBook
Author
Tolbert, Steve
 
Description South Melbourne : Hyland House, 2001 
138 p. ; 22 cm. 
ISBN 1864470348
Summary

When Jess' father gets the chance to interview the Dalai Lama in Northern India, Jess reluctantly goes with him, tracking the ailing Dalai Lama into Tibet, where life is tough and nobody is safe. Jess' destiny becomes entwined with the Dalai Lama's and she finds herself embarking on two difficult and dangerous journeys. Ages 13+.

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Teenagers.

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