DescriptionOn the bank of a river in the Amazon, a boy learns from his grandfather about a father fish that cares for his offspring, and the importance of preserving the species for future generations. A little boy of the Amazon is excited to go on his first fishing trip with his grandad. He wants to catch the biggest fish! After hours of drifting among the water-lilies, at last they capture a huge Arowana. But, as Grandad explains, sometimes catching the biggest fish isn't the best way to preserve the river's bounty. This is a story of environmental awareness that also touches on fatherhood and the importance of living in harmony with nature. Perfect for our times.
September 29, 2020
9.3 X 11.4 X 0.4 inches | 1.0 pounds
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About the Author
Sueli Menezes, born in the state Amazonas, Brazil, has lived in Austria since 1988. She's an independent artist and author. Ever since her childhood she's had a strong bond with the culture and nature of her birth- place, which she employs in this book. She is the author of minedition's Nino's Magical Night. Annika Siems was born in 1984 near Hamburg, Germany, and studied fashion before switching to illustration at the College for Applied Sciences in Hamburg and Image Imprimé at the École nationale supérieure des Arts Décoratifs in Paris. She's inspired by the endless inventions of nature and by her travels.