Los delfines del sur del mundo

De Ana María Pavez, Constance Recart
Illustrated by Rachel Echenique

Sasán, a Selk'nam boy, lived in Tierra del Fuego with his family. The only way to save themselves from the great storm that was coming was for everyone to jump into the sea. Story based on a selk'nam story.

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Recommended for 4 to 8 years
Binding: Softcover
Size: 21,5 23,5 cm x
Pages: 32
Vintage: 2005
ISBN: 978-956-8209-25-4


Ana María Pavez is one of the founders of Editorial Amanuta and co-author of several books: Flavors of America y Darwin, a trip to the end of the world, among others. She is currently the publisher's General Editor.

Constance Recart 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.

Rachel Echenique She is an illustrator and designer at the Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile. He has illustrated more than twenty books in various publishing houses such as Amanuta, Lom and Ekaré Sur. He has received important recognitions, such as being a member of the IBBY 2006 Honor List for The girl with the skull -written by Marcela Recabarren- and the Colibrí Medal 2012 informative book category by The Larch, a thousand-year-old giant -written by Alicia Hoffmann-, both books published by Editorial Amanuta.