Tula and Mother Nature’s Hair

TULA e i capelli di Madre Natura

by Arjuna Cecchetti – Drawings by Roberta Procacci

The unusual and entertaining tale of Tula, a sapiens girl who lived 14,000 years ago, to reflect on climate change and the relationship of humans with nature.

Autor

Arjuna Cecchetti

Drawings by

Roberta Procacci

ISBN

978-88-99207-67-0

Pages

104

Literary Category

CHILDREN’S BOOKS (8+)

Print size

14×19 cm

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The unusual and entertaining tale of Tula, a sapiens girl who lived 14,000 years ago, to reflect on climate change and the relationship of humans with nature.

There were terrible forest fires during a very hot summer. The torrential autumn rains did more damage than the fire around the Great Lake.

Nature has gone mad! Three close friends know something about this: Tula, Weasel and Red Bear.

Little Tula, a prehistoric girl living in the world of 14,000 years ago, will have to find a way to solve the situation. A magical journey will take her into the arms and shaggy hair of an angry Mother Nature.

At the end of the story, there is an educational section to explore the causes of the current climate change.

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Tula and Mother Nature’s Hair

by Arjuna Cecchetti – Drawings by Roberta Procacci

The unusual and entertaining tale of Tula, a sapiens girl who lived 14,000 years ago, to reflect on climate change and the relationship of humans with nature.

TULA e i capelli di Madre Natura

Autor

Arjuna Cecchetti

Drawings by

Roberta Procacci

ISBN

978-88-99207-67-0

Pages

104

Literary Category

CHILDREN’S BOOKS (8+)

Print size

14×19 cm

13.50

About

The unusual and entertaining tale of Tula, a sapiens girl who lived 14,000 years ago, to reflect on climate change and the relationship of humans with nature.

There were terrible forest fires during a very hot summer. The torrential autumn rains did more damage than the fire around the Great Lake.

Nature has gone mad! Three close friends know something about this: Tula, Weasel and Red Bear.

Little Tula, a prehistoric girl living in the world of 14,000 years ago, will have to find a way to solve the situation. A magical journey will take her into the arms and shaggy hair of an angry Mother Nature.

At the end of the story, there is an educational section to explore the causes of the current climate change.

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