Mango, rice, plantain, okra… All kinds of delicious things to eat, with a vibrant mix of universal and African foods. Photographed in Mali by a multi-award-winning author, this is a unique and culturally diverse word book, with lots to look at and talk about.
Also in the Look at This series: - Clothes - 9781847802644 - Home - 9781847802668 - Play - 9781847802675
'These are unique and culturally diverse word books, with lots to look at and talk about.'
- Dolphin Book Blog
IFEOMA ONYEFULU was raised in a traditional village in Eastern Nigeria. A is for Africa, her first book, has become a classic title in the genre of cultural diversity. Ifeoma has twice won the Children's Africana Book Award: Best Book for Young Children in the USA: Here Comes our Bride (9781845071134) won in 2005 and Ikenna Goes to Nigeria (9781845079604) in 2008. Ifeoma lives in London with her two sons. Her other titles for Frances Lincoln are African Christmas (9781845074210), Chidi Only Likes Blue (9781845075132), Chinye (9781845071783), Deron Goes to Nursery School (9781845078645), Ebele's Favourite (9781845071868), Emeka's Gift (9780711212558), The Girl Who Married a Ghost (9781847800114), Grandma Comes to Stay (9781845078652), My Grandfather is a Magician (9781845075101), New Shoes for Helen (9781847801289), Omer's Favourite Place (9781847801296), One Big Family (9781845076863), Saying Goodbye (9780711217010) and A Triangle for Adaora (9781845077389).
Binding: Hardback, 32 pages ISBN: 9781847802651 Format: 220mm x 220mm
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