An ancient myth about a statue leads eleven-year-old Carter and twelve-year-old Anna down a trail deep into the Costa Rican jungle. They get turned around, then chased by howler monkeys. Carter and Anna try to find their way back to the familiar path, but the tangle of vines and trees all look the same. They are . . . lost!
With seventeen years of hands-on experience and training in remote areas, survival expert Terry Lynn Johnson (Ice Dogs; Sled Dog School creates on-the-edge-of-your-seat storytelling featuring real skills to prepare kids for surviving a disaster. This book includes tips from the Canadian Red Cross on how to make your own survival kit. After reading this book, you’ll be better prepared for surviving a real-life disaster.
Terry Lynn Johnson has lived in northern Ontario, Canada, for more than forty years. Before becoming a conservation officer with the Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry, she worked for twelve years as a canoe ranger warden in a large wilderness park in northwestern Ontario. Visit her at terrylynnjohnson.com and on Twitter at @TerryLynnJ.