Children of the Forest

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Dodd, Mead, Jan 1, 1984 - History - 177 pages
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Describes life among the Mbuti Pygmies of Equatorial Africa, including their customs, clothing, shelter, food, hunting techniques, and culture

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I still have this book hanging around from a college Anthropology class I took years ago. I decided to reread it and found it to be much more interesting when it wasn't required for school. The author ... Read full review

Contents

The Place The People
1
Encounter With A Pharaoh
18
The Efe and The Lese
60
Copyright

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Mbuti
Onukaba Adinoyi-Ojo
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About the author (1984)

Shelene Codner is an award-winning technical writer, whose reports have appeared in several national publications, including "Biocycle, In-Business, Land and Water, Erosion Control and others. She also serves as regional editor for Green Teacher Magazine, based in Ontario and is the managing editor of the Iowa Recycling Association's school publication, "4R's. Shelene lives in rural Iowa on a farm with her husband John and two teenage children, Kayla and Jeffery.

Kevin Duffy grew up in Winchester, MA and has been drawing cartoons since he was a kid. He decided to end a successful career in publishing in 1997 to follow his passion for cartooning full-time. Since that time, his cartoons have appeared in magazines, newspapers and on the Web. He has illustrated several books including "Let's Just Take This Outside, Nuts in the Woodkwork, Utah or Bust, and "I Love Birds. He is also the creator of the cartoon "Virtual Humor.

Kevin lives in southern NH with his wife, daughter, and son. For more information about Kevin and his cartoons visit his Web site at www.kevinduffy.net.

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