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The long-awaited fifth volume in Auel's Earth's Children( series continues as Ayla and Jondalar face new and perilous challenges at the old stone ...Show synopsisThe long-awaited fifth volume in Auel's Earth's Children( series continues as Ayla and Jondalar face new and perilous challenges at the old stone settlement in prehistoric southwest France--home to the Zelandonii.Hide synopsis
My husband and I have both read and re-read the Earth's Children books and are now buying them for our niece. This book continues the story of Ayla and is just as captivating as the previous four. Can't wait for the next book in March!
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