Rain Forest Relay by Kristin Earhart
Russell is part of the Race the Wild competition and is ready to win! To do so, he must work with a team of strangers, snapping photos of rare animals, solving clues, and doing it all ahead of the other teams. See also other books in the Race the Wild series!
Donner Dinner Party by Nathan Hale
Disturbing and true, this graphic novel tells the tale of the ill-fated Donner party, a group of people who set out from Illinois to settle in California yet never made it. Bad decision after bad decision leads to the party’s eventual doom in the Sierra Nevada Mountains. See also other books in the Nathan Hale’s Hazardous Tales series.
Earthquake Shock by Marlane Kennedy
Joey and his friends are trapped on opposite sides of a collapsed overpass when an earthquake suddenly tears through their LA neighborhood. The boys must act quickly to save the people around them and figure out exactly what to do next. See also other titles in the Disaster Strikes series.
Can You Survive the Titanic by Allison Lassieur
We all know that not everyone survived that fateful night on the Titanic, and now you can know for sure – would you have survived? Choose your course of action and see if it leads you to safety or your demise. See also other books in the Can You Survive series!
Crash by Joseph Monniger
Can the Junior Action News Team survive after crash-landing in the backwoods of Alaska? With dwindling supplies, limited knowledge of the wilderness, and no cell phones, no one is sure that they’ll make it out alive. See also other titles in the Stay Alive series.
Stranded by Jeff Probst
With no warning, a fun family vacation becomes a game of survival when four kids are shipwrecked alone on an island in the middle of the South Pacific. It’s up to them to make it out alive!
Hatchet by Gary Paulsen
Brian is 13 and alone in the Canadian wilderness following a plane crash, with nothing but a small axe. He must use all of his strength, knowledge, and courage to survive.
Peak by Roland Smith
After illegally scaling a New York City skyscraper, Peak goes to live with his long-lost father in Thailand. He’s not there for long before he discovers that his father wants him to be the youngest person to reach the Mount Everest summit! Is Peak up for the challenge?
Storm Runners by Roland Smith
Chase and his family follow severe weather around the country – hurricanes, tornadoes, and floods. They’re storm runners. When the hurricane of the century hits, Chase knows every decision he makes could be life-or-death.
Addison Cooke and the Treasure of the Incas by Jonathan W Stokes
Addison can’t believe he has to go to school while his aunt and uncle, both famous researchers, get to search for hidden treasure. When his uncle is kidnapped, it’s up to Addison to step up, outsmart the kidnappers, decipher the ancient code, and find the treasure. And of course, stay alive!