In Sparkee and the Stinky Treasure by Green Kids Club, Sparkee the skunk and Leemee the lemur have arrived on earth for a visit from Yootopia. They love the trees with their beautiful green leaves, but something smells bad! Tiago, a Green Kid, is out admiring the variety of trees, he also smells something wrong. Is the odor coming from Sparkee or pollution? Can the Green Kids help? This book is made in the United States from responsibly managed forests and are Chain of Custody certified by Lighting Source, which tracks the wood fiber from forest, to mill, to finished product.
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