Learn how Victor and Maya Green become the star characters in the Green Kids Club series! The animals of the world realize their homes are in danger, so they call upon Victor and Maya to help them. The Green Kids team up to teach other people about conserving protecting our environment and conserving animal habitat. This book teaches children basic sustainability concepts such as preservation, prevention, mitigation, and reduction in order to improve the world.
This Junior Levels book is adapted for children who are first learning how to read. The book also includes a science section, which teaches kids real facts about the animals featured in the story.
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