The Wonderful Wizard of Oz It was first published in the United States in 1900. Since then it has become a classic of children's literature, being translated and published in several languages. The author of it, Lyman Frank Baum tells us the story of Dorothy, a girl who, because of a tornado, is moved along with her house and her dog to the Magical Kingdom of Oz. In this land she meets a brainless scarecrow, a heartless tin man and a cowardly lion. Together they set out on the yellow road to the Emerald City to meet the great Wizard of Oz and ask for his help. In Amanuta we made an adaptation for the little ones, written by Paulina Jara and illustrated by Margarita Valdés.
Cardboard book with rounded ends, so that it can be handled by children safely.
Paulina Jara, Chilean, after her training in theater and differential education, she has developed a career focused on reading animation and oral narration; which has led her to work as an expert in advising for school libraries. He has published more than 15 titles with various publishers, such as Editorial Amanuta and Zig-Zag.
Margarita Valdes She has a degree in Artistic Studies from the Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile, and later graduated in Illustration and Comics from ELISAVA in Barcelona. She has collaborated with various publishers. Among her illustrated books for Amanuta is My body talks.