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STEM Friday: Wild Rescue


Stem Friday: Wild Rescue
posted by Beth Brezenoff of Capstone Connect

Poacher Panic

Ben and Zoe aren’t your typical middle schoolers. Instead of spending their days at school and hanging out with their friends, these twins travel all around the world working for their uncle’s elite environmental organization, WILD and saving animals in danger and protect the environment. No matter how dangerous the mission, no matter what’s at stake, Ben and Zoe will do whatever it takes to rescue at-risk animals. And they don’t work alone: their uncle, the leader of the WILD organization, creates amazing gadgets to help them in their work. There are eight books in the Wild Rescue series, sure to charm science-minded kids!

“. . . gadgets and some clever investigating help Zoe and Ben to save the day. . . . Chances are, animal lovers will enjoy these books.”—School Library Journal

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9 thoughts on “STEM Friday: Wild Rescue

  1. What a fun book! I’m in today with How Toys Float by Helen Whittaker

  2. This does indeed sound like a great find for animal lovers. At NC Teacher Stuff, I have posted a review of The House That George Built:

  3. I’ve got a post about EcoMazes, by Roxie Munro. An ecosystem maze book- love it!

  4. Phineas L. MacGuire . . . Erupts!
    By Frances O’Roark Dowell (Atheneum Books for Young Readers, 2007)