Lulama's Long Way Home
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Lulama's Long Way Home

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When a fish eagle with poor eyesight scoops Lulama from the river bank, he drops her far from home. She meets a ticklish snake, a confused troop of baboons and a gullible lion as she tries to find her way home.
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LeAnne
Mar 26, 2010 LeAnne rated it 5 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: creches and pre-schools, families
Lulama is scooped up by a near sighted fish eagle and dropped far from home. She asks several animals the way and has to use her wits to outsmart predators. Children learning to count will love being smarter than the foolish baboons. (They can practice their skills in the middle of the story.) Van Heerden's delightful illustrations are too much fun to be scary.

Available in some African languages.
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