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At the end of second sequel, Mother Nature was impressed with Yeliza and gives instructions to the Puerto Rican owl, Mucaro, to deliver directions to get close to the neighborhood where the mothers parents live in Puerto Rico. First, the girl stops by a place that was known for its traditional restaurants, then the girl followed to the town.

On the way there, she meets again the activist Jicotea, a Puerto Rican turtle that she met before in the palmas altas manglar. It is an endangered species from Caño Tiburones, a northwestern swamp of the island.

It entertained Yeliza with a funny story about how Shrimp and their cousinsthe cocolagot together with the turtle to join the protest. After that, it ate part of Yelizas food, leaving the girl by herself in the middle of the crowd with the excuse that it has to lead the protest.

Yeliza wandered along with a group of old folks that were walking toward the town. They were talking enthusiastically about the parade of the image of the Virgin of Carmen in the ancon down on the Barceloneta River as an opening of the July festivities dedicated for the holy patron. In this third sequel, Yeliza learns about the cultural and political aspects of the islands history. She learns about the importance of mangles to protect the endemic species and the migratory birds too. Yeliza had a funny third encounter with Jicotea, who took off the shell because of the hot weather in Puerto Rico. 

GÉNERO
Juvenil
PUBLICADO
2021
7 de agosto
IDIOMA
EN
Inglés
EXTENSIÓN
40
Páginas
EDITORIAL
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