"This story will have more meaning for readers familiar with its predecessor, but by the end, seeing Tsering lose his sullenness and grow closer to his gentle stepfather, children will appreciate both his inner growth and his exciting brush with death. (Picture book. 8-10)"
A short pilgrimage climaxed by a tense confrontation with a snow leopard eases a Tibetan child's grief and anger in this atmospheric sequel to the book (2002) and film Himalaya (2001).
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