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Ndito the Masai Girl

by Sheela Sheena Langeberg

  • 170 Want to read
  • 22 Currently reading

Published by Not Avail .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Girls & Women,
  • Historical - General,
  • Juvenile Fiction,
  • Children"s 9-12 - Fiction - Historical,
  • Children: Grades 2-3

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages20
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL11712091M
    ISBN 101412021391
    ISBN 109781412021395

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Ndito the Masai Girl is a delightfully, charming book about a little girl and her adventures as she journeys alone through the jungle to visit her friends, the flamingos, marabou stocks and peacocks. As she travels to fulfill her dream, Ndito is faced with many Author: Sheela Langeberg.

Ndito, in her unusual manner, negotiates her way through each obstacle. In the end she does not only fulfill her dream but her beautiful tunes make her "The Princess of the Jingle Animal's Paradise".

Ndito the Masai Girl story is educational, entertaining and spell binding. Ndito is a young girl who lives in Kenya who excitedly runs to school every day, eager to learn.

Beautiful illustrations and wonderful similies. flag Like see review/5. Masai and I is a fiction book written by Virginia Kroll and Illustrated by Nancy Carpenter. The style of the book is very simple and easy to read.

In this book, the main character compares her own life with what she has learned in school about East Africa and its inhabitants/5.

An author's note points out that most children in the Kenyan highlands run miles each day to school, and several have gone on to become world-champion runners. The simple, poetic words and the vital brown-and red-shaded acrylic paintings express Ndito's exhilaration and Author: Laurie Halse Anderson.

Nancy Carpenter is the acclaimed illustrator of Fannie in the Kitchen, as well as Masai and I, Sitti’s Secrets, and Loud Emily, among other books. She lives with her husband, daughter, and cat in Brooklyn, New by: 2. Buy Maasai, The FIRST EDITION by Salvadori, Cynthia, Fedders, Andrew (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store.

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Set in Ngoro-Ngoro, Tanzania, Ndito is a story of a little girl's life in Africa. It is about dreams, courage, determination and a little git of attitude. On her journey to fulfill her life long dream of meeting her favorite b Format: Saddle Stitch Softcover(Color).

This book was first published in (), has pages, B/W photos by CYNTHIA SALVADORI, but no maps. The book is dedicated to the Keekonyokie Maasai. The text is by Andrew Fedders.

CYNTHIA SALVADORI was born in Dorset in She grew up in Kenya, after her father(Max Salvadori) and her mother(Joyce Woodford Pawle) went there in exile.5/5(3).

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Watch Queue Queue. We All Went on Safari is a counting picture book for young children, which also teaches them how to count to ten in another language Swahili. It is tremendous fun, and after all, since the Maasai people are globally known; what better way of introducing young children to them and their culture than with a beautifully produced book such as this/5.

The book was terrible; the author fetishized the Maasai man while simultaneously showing a complete lack of regard for the culture she barged into. But, it was my curiosity in this possible sale of sex or search for love that had me in Zanzibar last month, sitting on a stone ledge in a.

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Updated with a brand new ending, the book relates in deeply moving language Terry’s last days. The White Masai (German: Die weiße Massai) is a film directed by Hermine Huntgeburth and starring Nina Hoss and Jacky screenplay concerns Carola, a woman who falls in love in Kenya with Maasai Lemalian.

The film is based on an autobiographical novel of the same name by the German born writer Corinne Hofmann. In the film version, names have been changed from those in the by: Niki Reiser. Discuss the circumstances mentioned in the book as well as others that the children might think of to compare the two cultures.

This book compares the urban life of an American girl to the life of a young Masai girl in rural Africa. The book contrasts environment, homes, clothing, some food, lights and more. Trailer for the movie, The White Masai based on the autobiography by Corinne Hofmann.Here are the medalists in the Living Now Book Awards.

The 92 award-winning books came from 27 U.S. states, plus Canada, Australia, Ireland, France, the United Kingdom and HERE to view the Living Now Awards results webpage with cover scans, etc. CLICK HERE to view the Living Now Awards press and medalist page, with press release, blurbs, etc.

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