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The First Colombian in Space

Fiona Christie

Publisher: Fiona Christie

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Summary

Viviana Pacheco is five years old when she sees footage of the first moon landing on television. A year later, the circus comes to town and Viviana's life will never be the same again. Set in on Colombia's Atlantic Coast, The First Colombian in Space imagines the life of a child who attends a Funky Frog Children's Club. The Funky Frog Clubs exist to help churches reach out to the children in their communities with the love of Jesus. All the proceeds from the sale of this short story will go towards the work of the Vive Foundation and the Funky Frog Clubs.

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