In this adventure by the Green Kids Club, Maya and Victor Green head to the Caribbean. Along with their friend Emilio, the kids work to save the coral reef from degradation. Hesitant at first, the sea turtles, starfish, octopus, and manta rays learn that Victor and Maya are there to help. In a twist of events, the Green Kids get swept out to sea! Can they make their way back to the safety of the coral reef?
This story teaches young readers about the importance of marine life and protecting the coral reef. Equipped with a science section, this book provides real photos and facts about the animals found in the story.
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