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Verde fue mi selva (Spanish Edition)

by Edna Iturralde

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Historias que se desarrollan en la Amazonia Ecuatoriana
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Skipping Stones Honor Award Winner for ethnic and intercultural diversity in the United States 2002

In this book Edna Iturralde writes twelve stories that portray the way of life of the people who live in the East part of Ecuador; the green pastures to the right of the great mountains. It is called the East for its forest, exotic animals, and indigenous towns that many people ignore exist. Twelve stories created by her imagination yet based on facts after traveling to the East and meeting the people who inhabit it. She studied their way of life, observed and felt their culture, understood them and was able to write being faithful to those people and their world.

Description in Spanish:Edna Iturralde escribe en este libro doce historias que tienen que ver con la forma de vivir de las personas que habitan en el Oriente. Cuando uno aprende Geografía y estudia el mapa político del Ecuador, ve esa parte verde que queda a la derecha de las montañas: el pedazo verde más grande del mapa. Lo llamamos Oriente por su selva, animales exóticos, colonos y pueblos indígenas que mucha gente apenas conoce. Doce historias creadas por su imaginación pero que no son completamente inventadas porque ella viajó al Oriente y conoció a las personas que lo habitan, estudió sobre su manera de vivir y sentir la vida, observó con ojos atentos su cultura y así ella sintió, entendió y pudo escribir siendo fiel a esas personas y su mundo. Este libro es ganador del premio: Skipping Stones Honor Award a la diversidad étnica e intercultural Estados Unidos 2002. ( Skipping Stones Honor Award for Multicultural Children's Literature 2002)

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