African Bush Fire and the Elephant
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This special Green Kids Club book is co-authored by Kelly Landon, the Program Manager for Elephants without Borders. In this book, the Green Kids travel to Botswana to meet up with their friend, Maatla! They set out for a safari, hoping to see elephants in the wild. Instead, the kids find out that poachers have started a dangerous bush fire! The Green Kids, the local villagers, and the native animals fight to save the elephant habitat. Included in the book is a science section, which shoRead More