VENTURA IN NEW YORK

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Zoltar´s Riddle
Together, world-traveler Ventura and his friend Emi face a difficult challenge: solve a fascinating riddle that was posed by Zoltar, an odd character at the Coney Island amusement park, who told them their future for a dollar. In just twenty-four frantic hours, the challenge takes them all over New York City, introducing them to the most prominent sites and some of the city?s most illustrious characters. Will Ventura and Emi succeed in solving Zoltar?s riddle? This illustrated story acquaints the reader with New York City in a fun and entertaining way, instilling values such as the power of friendship, the spirit of entrepreneurship, and the love of knowledge. It?s an adventure that encourages the love of traveling and discovering new cultures and perspectives.

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Información adicional

Peso 104,04 g
Editorial

Autor

Subtítulo

Zoltar´s Riddle

Edición

1

Encuadernación

Rústica

Formato

20 x 20

ISBN

9781524316860

Páginas

42

Colección

Idioma

Fecha Publicación

2/3/2022

IBIC

Temática

Info Autor

Seville, 1974 If there is one thing that defines the author of this book, it's his wanderlust and passion for adventure. A relentless nomad, over the years Jorge has been to more than 100 countries on five continents. His webpage, http://www.aventurayfotografía.com, is a showcase of his world travels, displaying his love for discovering new cultures, people, and countries. Amongst many other adventures, he spent a year backpacking around the world, sailed across the Atlantic, climbed the highest mountain in Africa, hiked around the Himalayas, crossed the Sahel desert in a rattletrap Renault, dived with sharks and stingrays, photographed wildlife in the national parks of Africa, Asia, and America, and shared experiences with remote African tribes such as the Himba, the Maasai, and the Pygmy. Apart from his homeland Spain, Jorge has lived in Chile and the United States. This is his first children's book, inspired by the time he spent in North America.

País Autor:

España