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The village that vanished : an African story of the Yao people /

by Grifalconi, Ann; Nelson, Kadir.
Type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Wincanton : Ragged Bears, 2010Description: [40] p. : 29 cm. col. ill.ISBN: 9781857144079 (pbk.).Subject(s): Yao (African people) -- Pictorial works -- Juvenile fiction | Slave trade -- Pictorial works -- Juvenile fiction | Ages 7-12 | Children's stories -- Pictorial worksSummary: Young Abikanile and all of the villagers of Yao feel safe hidden deep within the African jungle. But word has come that the slavers are on their way! Abikanile looks to her mother and her grandmother for strength and guidance. These two brave women come up with a plan to fool the slavers and protect their tribe. But as the villagers retreat into the forest, Abikanile finds that she too has the courage to help her people stay safe and free -- From Amazon.com List(s) this item appears in: Elementary Collection
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Originally published: 2002

Young Abikanile and all of the villagers of Yao feel safe hidden deep within the African jungle. But word has come that the slavers are on their way! Abikanile looks to her mother and her grandmother for strength and guidance. These two brave women come up with a plan to fool the slavers and protect their tribe. But as the villagers retreat into the forest, Abikanile finds that she too has the courage to help her people stay safe and free -- From Amazon.com

Ages 7-12

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