Airborn By Kenneth Oppel

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Have you ever wanted to float aloft in the air? See things from a different point of view that of someone whose job requires them to stay airborne most of the time for there job, have you ever wanted to discover new animals that have yet to be named or discovered, Then the book AirBorn by Kenneth Oppel might just be for you. AirBorn by Kenneth Oppel is about A young man named Matt Cruse who is a cabin boy aboard the Aurora(A blimp or Zeppelin) Who works hard at his job and dreams nothing more than to be the captain of his very own ship particularly like the aurora, On a regular watch out for the aurora Matt spots something in the distance a ship that is getting to close to the Aurora, but when no one responds to the hailing of the endurance,

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