A tour that shows where and how to enjoy nature in the Chilean territory. A starry sky, a sunset, a bird singing in your window, a tree with yellow leaves, the smell of a humid forest, a starfish on the beach. Nature is everywhere, you just have to have all your senses wide awake to appreciate and explore it. A book for children to discover nature in the sky, in the mountains, in their homes, on their balconies, wherever they are and wherever they go. Animals, plants, trees, microorganisms, they all count and they are all related. A call to care for and value the environment around us.
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Recommended for 4 to 8 years
Size: 29,5 21 cm x
studied Medicine at the University of Concepción. Then he specialized in Child and Adolescent Psychiatry at the University of Chile. She is one of the founders of Amanuta and co-author of several books: Flavors of America
y 1, 2, 3, how many do you see?
, among others. Currently, he is Managing Editor of the publisher.
, Chilean illustrator and painter. He has collaborated with the main publishing houses in Chile and Mexico, with which he has produced nearly one hundred illustrated publications for children and adults. Among his illustrated books with Amanuta are The Sleeping Beauty of the Forest
, Chilean stories animals
, Children of America
, Among others. Rachel Echenique is an illustrator and designer at the Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile. He has illustrated more than twenty books and has received important recognitions, such as being a member of the IBBY 2006 Honor List for La Niña de la Calavera and the 2012 Colibrí Medal, informative book category by El Alerce, a thousand-year-old giant, both books published by Editorial Amanuta . Maya hanisch She is a graphic designer from the Diego Portales University, with studies at the School of the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston, United States. He has illustrated children's books in several national and foreign publishers. They also work in advertising and media. He won the Fund for the Promotion of Reading in 2008, and held a traveling exhibition throughout Chile. He has taught illustration classes at the Pontificia Universidad Católica and at the Museo Bellas Artes.