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Adventures of the Sizzling Six:
Return of The Red-cockaded Clan

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Fifth in a series of environmental novels When monster Hurricane Grace slams into the national forest, killing the endangered Red-cockaded Woodpecker and destroying their nesting cavities, six determined teenagers are plunged into a dangerous adventure. Can they save this species from extinction? Can they restore the forest that is the woodpeckers’ home? Will they be brave enough to stop their friend’s evil father from chopping down the pine trees where the Red-cockaded Woodpeckers live? What can go wrong? One thing is certain—it’s an eco mystery, and The Sizzling Six, with the help of a team of brilliant scientist must take action before it is too late.

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Five Star Review on Amazon by GBT: Third in the eco-adventure series of a group of girls finding out about themselves, their surroundings, and their opportunity for fun and responsibility, "The Living Treasure" ( The Adventures of The Sizzling Six: The Living Treasure: A Sizzling Six Eco Mystery (Volume 3) ) follows and even tops previous episodes in which they saved an ancient oak tree, and then defended an exotic lily from poaching. As in each of these stories, the activities of a group of girls describe a story to which all of us can relate. This time, the subject is a fresh water pearl from a species that is all but extinct, but the trail of their discoveries leads us all through fascinating descriptions of how the mussel relates to environmental health, development, water quality, science projects. Sounds heavy? No, this book is a rollicking delight that my grandchildren are all but ready to enjoy, and I with them as I read it to them out loud--if they don't speed ahead between sessions. And this time, Ms. Datnow has included QR codes to pique young minds to explore the themes she has introduced, putting to good use the technology that has become ubiquitous and incidental for almost everyone. Website citations provide expanded and alternate access, with links that pique the curiosity of readers of every age. Read this book--you will love it!

Your non-magic science theme competes in a sea of fantasy-based fiction, and I’m glad you’re doing it. Joyce Lanning, Alabama Environmental Council