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By: Yaw Frimpong Obeng

The Walking Tree of the Amazon Rainforest

Pages: 238 Ratings: 5.0
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This is a fantasy story about the Amazon rainforest and its deforestation. The story tells how trees, animals and all the other creatures of the jungle stood up to fight and defend their kingdom from the humans and their merciless chainsaws. The mysterious tree king, Shaqkoo; the Walking Tree; and the good monsters--a monkey called Professor Oxford; a frog, Domingos; and a bird, Sanchez--are the warriors who led the jungle uprising against companies to stop deforestation of the Amazonian Kingdom.
Yaw is a Dutch citizen, originally from Ghana, who moved to the Netherlands in the late '80s. He is married to a Dutch woman and has two children. Yaw has been writing and telling stories as a hobby for a long time. He experienced first-hand the deforestation of the Ghanaian rainforest when he was living there as a child. He can still vividly remember today how logs were chained on timber trucks that went driving down the road at the back of his house to the sawmill.
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  • Beatrice Legere

    Excellent theme and fun, yet serious and timely, fantasy read. Loved the different characters.

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