Another Day In Bongoland

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iUniverse, Nov 30, 2004 - Juvenile Fiction - 64 pages
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The word Bongoland is used, often by natives, to refer to exotic and little known places in Africa. "Another day in Bongoland" tells the story of nine people coming of age in the paradisiacal city of Dar es Salaam, Tanzania. Names unnamed, the characters range from a Girl with red hair to a Cat-eyed Indian classical dancer. Together and alone, they face the adventures life has to offer with humor and energy. They live and learn through encounters with strangers, record store personnel and embarrassment alike. This is a story of friends and fights, beaches and lovers, music, mania and much, much more.

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