Format: Paper | Pages: 190pp
Size: 145 × 210 mm
An evil Demon has awakened and is wreaking havoc on the planet. Bo Bo and Da Da have taken up the challenge of facing off with the Demon and his gang of thugs. Their mission is to locate seven types of precious water from various parts of the Earth, in hopes that these rare types of water can free the Spirit of the Water, who alone is powerful enough to defeat the Demon. But the Demon will not let that happen without a fight. He sends his gang of evil-doers to create trouble for Bo Bo and Da Da at every turn. The two friends must pick up new skills and powers as they go about their travels, if they are to defeat the Demon’s underhanded followers. As they move from place to place, they encounter all sorts of spirits and kind creatures who offer help to the pair. If they can put their new learning and new powers to work, it might be just enough to topple the evil Demon and free Bo Bo and Da Da’s people from torment.
Yang Qibin, born in 1979, is a member of the Fujian Writers Association. He was born in the city of Sanming in Mingxi County, Fujian Province. He is the author of a series of books entitled A Compendium of Locke Film Characters, which includes the titles The Legend of Enzo, Wozi Travels through the 24 Solar Periods, and Green China. The Legend of the Hydrosphere is part of the Dijia Altman series, which also includes Save Yelang and A Crisis of Conscience. Yang has written numerous other books of children’s literature.