The book tells the story of Awaru, a young Amazon indian, who becomes Tupan, the Warrior-God of the Amazon. His mission is to save the fauna and flora of the Amazon Region, fighting against the powerful enemies that destroy this treasure of Nature. Awaru inherits from the guardian of the ruins of Machu Picchu the ring of the six magical stones that gives him powers over water, wind, plants, animals, earth and fire. The book portrays the life of Awaru as a child and youth in the Amazon tribe and their customs. So, it begins a series of fun and exciting adventures of Awaru battling Amazonian predators that engage readers, while raising awareness and inspiring them in the defense of this vital forest. Our young indian hero Awaru, transforms into Tupan, the Warrior-God of the Amazon and fights against his enemies: Setfire, Goldentooth, Sawhead, Oxleather, Kid-Carbon and Jack Ethanol, unscrupulous and ambitious predators who burn the forest and destroy its rich fauna and flora.
|Número de páginas||195|
|Acabamento||Brochura c/ orelha|
|Coloração||Preto e branco|
|Tipo de papel||Offset 90g|