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Engaging text with stunning illustrations...great introduction to some African traditions and culture.Published 11 months ago by Amazon Customer
Great history lesson. I learned a lot and the graphics are amazing.Published 14 months ago by isabelle
Beautiful traditions and images from Africa all set to the letters of the alphabet. There is also an excellent map on the last page of the book showing where all the various ethnic... Read morePublished 16 months ago by K. C. Harris
Beautiful pictures and stories that complimented our studies on Ancient Kush and Africa. This was real treat and fun way to learn about unfamiliar traditions and culture.Published 20 months ago by Emily
I read this book in 1980 in Kindergarten. It was one of my favorite books then and one of my favorite books now. Great job!Published on October 12, 2013 by J.Marie
Nice colored painting and understandable comments.
Is a lecture of just 10 minutes in the beginning. But
step by step you get more exited.
As you might read from other reviewers, it is a great alphabet book. However, the illustrations teach children misconceptions about Africans that are not necessarily true. Read morePublished on May 1, 2012 by HorcriKiller
This is a wonderful book, both as an entertaining view into African culture and traditions that any child or adult will enjoy, but also as an illustrated masterpiece of art! Read morePublished on May 22, 2011 by A Book Is A Wonderous Thing