Baraka and black magic in Morocco: a graphic travelogue

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Alternative Comics, Oct 20, 2004 - Comics & Graphic Novels - 104 pages
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This stunning graphic novel details cartoonist Rick Smith's travels with his wife Tania throughout Morocco, from Tangiers through the Sahara Desert and on the Marrakech and Casablanca. From hassles with transportation and the locals to language barriers and drugged carpet sales, this travelogue is a whirlwind through pre-9/11 Morocco.

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User Review  - Katrina - Goodreads

a lot of whining and debauchery. maybe if i had been to morocco it would mean more? Read full review

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About the author (2004)

Rick Smith is an award-winning teacher, education consultant, and international presenter. He taught students in San Rafael, California for over fifteen year (with a primary focus on students at-risk), and was a mentor/support provider and mentor coordinator for seven years. He has taught in the Secondary Credential Program at Dominican College in San Rafael and has trained American Peace Corps Volunteer Teachers in Ghana, West Africa. He has given numerous keynotes, pre-conference workshops, and presentations at state and national conferences throughout the United States. Currently, he teaches in the Elementary Credential Program at St. Mary's College in Moraga, California and mentors beginning teachers in the San Francisco Bay Area.

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