Kalima by Nestor Eguez

  • File Size: 1459 KB
  • Print Length: 208 pages
  • Publisher: CreateSpace; 1 edition (December 13, 2015)
  • Publication Date: December 13, 2015
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English

$6.60

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Description

This is the story of Kalima, a young zebra born in a corner of the jungle of Kenya. She is the last descendant of a very special breed called The Guides, well know for being protectors of the herd, and always staying alert. She has recently been made an orphan due to a lion attack that killed off her mom. Her grandmother becomes her caretaker, as she is an old and wise zebra who holds great knowledge. Kalima loves flowers, chase butterflies and plays with her friend Norba, the youngest member of the elephant pack. But as one of The Guides, soon she is going to receive a big responsibility, keep a very important secret hide in the jungle. Unfortunately, looks like she doesn’t have any clue about it.
The first of a trilogy, this book introduces to Kalima’s journey. Beginning in the jungle, her homeland, the little zebra is going to confront the ancestor’s heritage and her dreams in the process to find her destiny. In a humorous and serious way at the same time, the story will explore how we humans pretend to respect nature and animals rights.