ResQ in Panamá – Paperback Book

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All over the world, frog populations are declining, with many frog species headed toward extinction. Cousins Stowe and Wheaton join on a mission to capture and breed endangered frogs on this third mission for ResQ, their organization to save endangered animals. A jaguar, a band of migrants, darkness, and flooding confront them in the indigenous village they make their base. Wheaton’s engineering skills and Stowe’s skills as a naturalist both come in handy as they seek to save not just frogs this time, but also villagers.

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Age Range : 9-12
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All over the world, frog populations are declining, with many frog species headed toward extinction. Cousins Stowe and Wheaton join on a mission to capture and breed endangered frogs on this third mission for ResQ, their organization to save endangered animals. A jaguar, a band of migrants, darkness, and flooding confront them in the indigenous village they make their base. Wheaton’s engineering skills and Stowe’s skills as a naturalist both come in handy as they seek to save not just frogs this time, but also villagers.

Book Details:

  • ISBN: 9781943431755
  • Genre: Juvenile fiction
  • Page Count: 190
  • Age Range: 9-12
  • Series Title: ResQ - Saving one animal at a time
  • Key Words: endangered species, biodiversity, frogs

Eva Pell is a plant pathologist who studied the effects of pollution on plant growth. She has served as Senior Vice President for Research at Penn State University and Under Secretary for Science at the Smithsonian. ResQ in Panamà is the third book in her series of techie adventures about saving endangered animals.

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