Jaha and Jamil went down the hill: an African Mother Goose
"Following their Wood-Hoopoe Willie, Kroll and Roundtree team up again for an African take on Mother Goose. The concept is terrific: by altering the lyrics of 48 familiar rhymes. Kroll provides a virtual syllabus for study of African culture and wildlife".
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Jaha and Jamil Went Down the Hill: An African Mother Goose
Virginia L. Kroll
No preview available - 1995
aardvark AFRICA AHMED HAS LOST BIRD CALLS BOLD KHALFANI Bought breeze CAMPUS Canopies are falling cape Nine days Chasing Chicory cloth cotton Coucal Cuckoo Curled Danjuma daughter desert diddle Driss ebony tree eight feathers ﬁg fish ﬁx gathering go round going home herd hill JAHA AND JAMIL KALAHARI DAYS HOT kaross cape Nine KOLA leap light LITTLE BABY Little child Little Momar LITTLE THAKO Lizard Looking LOST HIS GOATS Maasai Mama Mask milk millet Nile Nine days old NOOK oasis Old chameleon ostrich pangolin PENN perch Pickory Plant new trees play Pock rain RING Rock SAND DUNE seeds Seven SING A SONG Snake soft SONG OF BIRD Spread stew sweet tail Taleh Tall TISKET trees and build Tutsi WEEVIL Wild Wildebeest