Green was my forest

Edna Iturralde, 1948-

Book - 2018

In these thirteen delightful stories [the author] takes young readers into the dense forests of Ecuadorian Amazonia to encounter six surviving native tribes: the Achuar, the Shuar, the Waorani, the Siona-Secoya, the Quichua, and the Cofan. Each story is told from a child's perspective, enabling readers to identify with, and feel empathy for, the fictional characters.

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Series
Young eco fiction ; 2.
Subjects
Published
Simsbury, Ct. : Mandel Vilar Press 2018.
Edition
1st English ed
Language
English
Spanish
Physical Description
136 pages : illustrations, maps ; 23 cm
Audience
Ages 8 & up.
Bibliography
Includes bibliographical references.
ISBN
9781942134602
Main Author
Edna Iturralde, 1948- (author)
Other Authors
Mauricio Maggiorini (illustrator), Eulalia Cornejo (translator), Santiago González, Jessica Powell
  • The war
  • The vaccine
  • Happiness
  • The hunt
  • Nucep and the dog who didn't know how to bark
  • Chu
  • The letters
  • The people
  • The moon boat
  • Jaguars go to heaven
  • The river
  • The magic plants
  • Green was my forest.