When I began reading this book, I expected to find myself with children’s literature but little by little these chronicles captivated me, the adventures, and journeys of Tona Ina. A book that is history, a book that is sea, reef, pirate ship, slave ship, a blackness book, and an afro-indigenous book. Tona Ina takes you, with their faint light, in search of vestiges of ancient ships and galleons on the bottom of the ocean, and to meet a diving youth that has taken the subaquatic archeological investigation as an attitude towards their own lives, eager to be known and renown in the world. Let’s get on this adventure-filled ship and discover, alongside Tona Ina, the mysteries that the Caribbean Sea of Costa Rica has hid hundreds of years. Guadalupe Urbina


On this link you can find the theme “Vengo de una tierra” (I come from a land):https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PwjNJ9EEjcQ


Book presentation: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VIdc11_ZrWc



  • María Suárez Toro
Kérwá repository https://hdl.handle.net/10669/86024