The Chilean Mine
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In this Green Kids Club story, Victor and Maya head to South America! With their friend Natalia, the kids explore the mountains of Chile. They set out to find gold and jewels, and hope to catch a glimpse of the endangered Andean Cat. Thought to be a good luck omen, the kids are surprised to find an Andean Cat trapped in an abandoned mine shaft! As they work to free the cat, an earthquake loosens the rocks in the mineshaft, trapping Maya in the mine! Will the luck of the Andean Cat help save MayaRead More