Young Aiyana and her mother are struggling to keep up during the busy
tourist season in their pottery shop in Santa Fe, New Mexico. Bailey, a
distant cousin of Aiyana, along with her mother and Elizabeth travel to
the Native American village to lend some helping hands. During their
time in the pottery shop, Bailey and Elizabeth learn about a handcrafted
pot that has been passed down through generations in Aiyana’s
family—and hear a rumor that her family had once owned rights to land
with a great turquoise mine on it. The Camp Club Girls suspect that
Aiyana’s family still has rights to this mine, but can they prove it?

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About The Author

Linda is the author of "Interactive Children's Sermons: 52 Messages from the Psalms" and one of six authors writing Camp Club Girls, a tween girls series for Barbour Publishing.

Books by Linda Carlblom