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Avatar The Last Airbender - Book 1, Vol. 2 - Water

Avatar The Last Airbender - Book 1, Vol. 2 - Water

Director: Dave Filoni

Cast: Dante Basco, Melendy Britt


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Barnes & Noble - Donald Liebenson
A brief introduction for those just tuning in to Nickelodeon's popular anime-inspired series, Avatar - The Last Airbender: Twelve-year-old Aang, the bald kid with the curious blue arrow on his forehead, is the reincarnation of the Avatar, who disappeared when the world needed him most. It is said that only the Avatar can restore harmony to the four nations -- Air, Fire, Water and Earth. Aang, an Airbender, has skills, but he has a lot to learn before he can save anyone, let alone the world. This volume contains Chapters 5-8: In the first episode, Aang runs afoul of "The King of Omashu" after he and his traveling companions, siblings Katara and Sokka, take an ill-advised ride down the Earth nation's "super slide" delivery system. In "Imprisoned," Katara is inadvertently responsible for the arrest of Haru, an Earthbender who is forbidden to use his powers by the occupying Fire Nation. In the two-part "Winter Solstice," Aang and company enter a village being haunted by a mysterious spirit monster. Avatar, too, has mastered the elements: stylish animation, clever writing, engaging stories, and age-appropriate action. This series also conveys a positive message about recognizing special gifts within and fulfilling one's potential. "Asking (Haru) not to earthbend is like asking me not to waterbend," Katara argues in "Imprisoned." "It's a part of who we are."

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Closed Caption; The making of Avatar -- from real life to animation

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