6 edition of The Baobabs of Tete and Other Stories found in the catalog.
January 1, 1997
by Sub-Saharan Publ.
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||120|
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Other stories in this collection take us to Botswana, Angola, Zimbabwe, Zambia, Kenya, Sierra Leone, and Liberia. 'Purple Heart' tells the story of Selina Clarke, a thirteen year-old orphan and paraplegic, with both legs amputated above the knee; a deformed and disabled victim of /5(3).
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Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading The Baobabs of Tete and Other Stories/5(3). It is one of the stories found in The Baobabs of Tete and Other Stories, an amazing collection by Kari Dako, a Norwegian who has lived and worked in Ghana for many years.
In fact one can conclude she is Ghanaian just by reading her book. The book was published in by Sub Saharan publishers. To me, “Purple Heart”, does stand out.
Why. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Dako, Kari. Baobabs of Tete and other stories. Legon, Accra: Sub-Saharan Publishers, (OCoLC) The Baobabs of Tete and Other Stories by Kari Dako 'God punished the baobab for her gigantic and bloated arrogance and He tossed her in the air as some insignificant weed and he hurled her back onto the ground first, and that is why the baobab gropes with its roots towards Heaven and buries her head, arms and hands in the deep earth in shame.
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The Baobabs of Tete and Other Stories Kari Dako ISBN | pages | x mm | | Sub-Saharan Publishers, Ghana | Paperback. Sub-Saharan Publishers is an indigenous Ghanaian publishing house specializing in African children's books, African literature, literature on the Trans-Atlantic Slave Trade, and scholarly books.
Sub-Saharan Publishers was awarded Bologna Prize for the Best Children’s Publishers of the Year, Africa region. The Baobabs of Tete by Kari Dako.
Synopsis: The Baobabs of Tete takes us on a whirlwind trip around Africa in a tour de force collection of perfectly crafted vignettes, each offering us an eye-opening glimpse into a starkly depicted reality filled with a cast of complex characters.
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Yet the two countries have much in common, as I discovered on a recent road trip with Priya Rangan to gather botanical samples and stories about baobabs.
First, Mozambique’s landscape burns at least. Download e-book for iPad: Slow Boat to China and Other Stories (Modern Chinese by Kim Chew Ng,Carlos Rojas Read e-book online Alive in.
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It's very common for them to hollow out as they age, and several clever people have turned large Baobabs into a range of things, including a bar, shop and even a holiday spot. Baobabs are hardy and seemingly indestructible. Other sayings. This one is not a story so much as a metaphor. A metaphor is a figure of speech or phrase that is used to make a comparison between two people, things, animals, or places.
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Although the book is only short, there is a slow wistfulness about it, with short bursts of narrative interspersed with long, thoughtful chapters /5(2). Bags. Grab n' go, a stylish statement piece or a classic style in sleek leather, we have just the bag for you.
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Other authors» Add other authors (4 possible)/5(1).Baobabs like it hot and I know of some trees that grow close to the coast where it is humid as well – for example in Kenya (Mombasa and further north). The books on baobabs usually say that the trees do not like salty soils but I have heard from other baobab experts (for example close to coasts) that they can grow in soil that has a salt content.