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Chengli and the Silk Road Caravan
by Hildi Kang


Overview - Chengli is an orphaned errand boy who lives in Chang an China in 630 A.D. His mother has died from illness and his father is presumed dead after disappearing into the desert when Chengli was a baby.
Now thirteen, Chengli feels ready for independence. He is drawn to the desert, beckoned by the howling of strange winds and the hope of learning something about his fatherwho he was and how he died.
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Overview
Chengli is an orphaned errand boy who lives in Chang an China in 630 A.D. His mother has died from illness and his father is presumed dead after disappearing into the desert when Chengli was a baby.
Now thirteen, Chengli feels ready for independence. He is drawn to the desert, beckoned by the howling of strange winds and the hope of learning something about his fatherwho he was and how he died.
Chengli joins a caravan to travel down the merchant route known as the Silk Road, but it is a dangerous life, as his father knew. The desert is harsh, and there are many banditsbandits interested in Chengli s caravan because a princess, her servants, and royal guards are traveling with them. But the desert is full of amazing places and life-changing experiences, as the feisty princess learns the meaning of friendship and Chengli learns the heroism of which he is capable."

 
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  • ISBN-13: 9781933718545
  • ISBN-10: 1933718544
  • Publisher: Tanglewood Press
  • Publish Date: August 2011
  • Page Count: 178
  • Reading Level: Ages 8-12


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