2 edition of Children"s reading in Ghana. found in the catalog.
Children"s reading in Ghana.
Juliana Victoria Sackey
Thesis submitted for Fellowship of the Library Association, 1969.
Do you want to give your child the best start in life? But what can Anansi do when Turtle invites him over to her place for dinner — under water? I devoured every book, article or web page I could find on the subject, looking for ideas to help my children develop their reading skills in fun and practical ways. In merely six concise sentences, which have been translated into six languages, the author Christian G. Chronicle will consider corporate contributions to individuals or direct grants to schools, colleges or universities under special circumstances and on a case-by-case basis.
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Anansi the spider greedily eats all the food before his dinner guest Turtle gets a chance. I cannot make any other links between the short stories by Aidoo, Ali and Egblewogbe besides that all three writers are Ghanaian.
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