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The Princess Who Lost Her Hair: An Akamba Legend (Legends of the World) - Charles Reasoner,Tololwa M. Mollel

The Princess Who Lost Her Hair: An Akamba Legend (Legends of the World)

Author: Charles Reasoner,Tololwa M. Mollel
Book title: The Princess Who Lost Her Hair: An Akamba Legend (Legends of the World)
ISBN: 081672816X
ISBN13: 978-0816728169
Publisher: Troll Communications; 1 edition (January 1, 1998)
Language: English
Category: Fairy Tales Folk Tales & Myths
Rating: 4.6/5
Votes: 205
Pages: 32 pages
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The efforts of a kind-hearted beggar boy bring an end to the drought that has plagued the kingdom of a haughty princess.
Reviews: (5)
Morlunn
Very cute, classic
Anayanis
Many lessons, perfect for daughters who don't like to share. We love having African princesses on our bookshelves. Must have.
tref
Item was in perfect condition thank you
Fog
This book is really good in that it helps to explain how weather can effect different things. It also is a great teacher for kindness to others even the small and different. As a mother with a child that has aloepica this book was not really a lot of help in that matter. My 12 year old did lit the book though and love the illstrations in it. They are so righ in color. I also used this in my Jr. High class as we were studying Africa and we thought it would be a neat way to introduce the idea of a drought to the students. The story of the princess not showing kindness to the bird and the results to her was a good lesson. The way the books ends shows that kindness given will be returned. Really all in all it's a good feel good book for all ages.
Brannylv
THE PRINCESS WHO LOST HER HAIR was a spectacular book! It really illustrates what life in Africa is like. This book seems like a combination of many fairytales, but with an African twist. The beautiful pictures create an African vibe. I would definitely recommend this book to almost all young children. This has been one of my favorite books since I was little, and I will continue to love it for the rest of my life!

Age Level- 5-12
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