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When Carly Sullivan's mother agrees to let Carly and best friend Zoë accompany her on an archaeological dig, the girls are ecstatic. Three months in the jungles of Guatemala, helping a team of archaeologists unearth ancient Maya artifacts—it sounds like the perfect adventure. When a valuable artifact goes missing, though, Carly's mother gets blamed, and their dream summer turns into a nightmare. With the help of Zoë and their new friend, Lio, Carly sets out to catch the thief responsible and save her mother's job. They scale Maya pyramids, search secret caves, and confront fearsome wildlife. They soon learn that the jungle is alive with danger, especially when you're hunting something that doesn't want to be caught.
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Sandra Page first encountered the Maya on a family trip to Guatemala and Mexico when she was nine. The people, their history, and their culture captivated her. She has long yearned to tell a story that captures their ancient glory and the mystery of their decline. Ms. Page received her bachelor's and master's in history from Florida State University and her law degree at Mercer University in Georgia. She worked as a trial lawyer for twenty-three years and lives in Georgia with her attorney husband and their toy poodle, Murphy.
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Book Description Brandylane Publishers, Inc., 2012. Paperback. Condition: Used: Good. first. Seller Inventory # SONG0985935812