Collection GREEN TUCAN


Ghada, an XNUMX-year-old girl, lives in a country at war. One night, her father urges her to get up because they have to flee the city before the bombing. Ghada does not want to leave her home or her friends. On the run, Ghada and her family have to avoid many difficulties and dangers. It is a long, exhausting trail for a young child and her family. Fortunately, along the way they meet an old Sahraoui Professor, a poet, who can hardly endure the long walk, but will help the children by telling them stories. He will be the one who tells them an ancient legend about the young Anbar, who was turned into an eagle and lived in the highest tower of Damascus.
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ISBN: 978-84-683-5031-8
Code: 133705
Publication date: 14/06/2021
92 pages
Size: 13.0cm x 19.5cm. Paperback
Cover price: 10.95 
Recommended subjects:
Geography and History
Language and literature
Civic and Ethical Values
Theme:Children's / Teenage fiction: General, modern and contemporary fiction
Hernandez Chambers, Daniel

Daniel Hernández Chambers was born in Santa Cruz de Tenerife, into a Spanish-British family. He works on the Alicante railway, and as an author he has more than fifty published works. In 2012 he won the Reading is Living Award for the novel A Fragment of Night in a Jar, which was followed by Ala Delta, in 2016, for El secreto de Enola; the Alandar, in 2017, by Miralejos; the Vila d'Ibi, in 2018, for The girl who collected stamps and the boy who waited for a train; and Algar, in 2019, for A hat is loose; the Azagal, in 2022, and the Axe, in 2023, both by Departments of Magical Affairs.

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