Children's book from Ghana with full color illustrations.
"Every day is a new beginning for Fati, a little girl who tries very hard to do as she is told. In this story, Fati finds that climbing trees can lead to trouble."
Fati and the Honey Tree is based on the real life adventures of a girl growing up in northern Ghana.
It has been adapted for print by the Osu Library Fund, an organization which promotes literacy in Ghana.
Also available in paperback (660-0001). Also available in French.
WINNER OF THE TOYOTA CHILDREN'S LITERATURE PRIZE, 2004.
|Peppercorn Book Number: 660-0002|
|Publisher: Sub-Saharan Publishers|
|Illustrator: Therson Boadu|
|Illustrated: full color drawings|
|Place of Publication: Accra, Ghana|
|Year of Publication: 2002|
|Reader Level: Children|
|Format: hard cover|
|Size: 8.5 x 8.75 inches|
|Length: 28 pages|