Pandas

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This book is a children’s reader – children learn to read using this book. Its available from Pascal Press in their Spectrum Yellow series. Its available from Pascal Press at PO Box 250, GLEBE 2037.

It’s also been used in a workbook: `Excel Revise in a month Year 3 NAPLAN-style Tests’as a comprehension exercise.

Here’s a report of the fate of the Giant Panda during 20 April, 2013 earthquake reported from blog: The Extinction Protocol on WordPress.
Ya’an is a city of 1.5 million people and is considered one of the birthplaces of Chinese tea culture. It is also the home to one of China’s main centers for protecting the giant panda. “There are still shakes and tremors and our area is safe. The pandas are safe,” said a spokesman with Ya’an’s Bifengxia nature park, a tourism park that houses more than 100 pandas. Shouts and screams were heard in the background while Reuters was on the telephone with the spokesman. “There was just an aftershock, an aftershock, our office is safe,” he said