Lautaro was a happy boy until the arrival of the Spanish changed his world. The invaders killed his father and took him prisoner, making him Pedro de Valdivia's groom. But he never forgot his Mapuche origin, and when he could he escaped to fight the Spanish. This is the story of his life, his war and his death.
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Recommended for 8 to 12 years
Size: 23,5 21,5 cm x
My son loved it and my deep admiration for Lautaro revived me. So necessary now, to begin to revalue the temper and worldview of our native peoples.
Carlo Lozano, client Amanuta.
Nibaldo Fabrizio Mosciatti He graduated as a journalist from the Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile. Since 1997 he has worked for Radio Bío-Bío, where he is press officer. He has been a proofreader for several books for Editorial Amanuta.
Francis Xavier Olea He is one of the founders of the collective of illustrators Siete Rayas, and has collaborated with their illustrations for numerous children's books. He has published several books as an author, graphic humor being the common denominator of these editions. In 2013, he received the Honorable Mention in the A La Orilla del Viento book-album competition from the Economic Fund for Culture for the book La vida sin Santi, written by Andrea Maturana. Selected in the category "portrait" in the Latin American Illustration 7 (2018) of the AI-AP (American Illustrators / American Photography).