The Brassman's Secret

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Educational Press and Manufacturers, 1981 - Children's stories - 40 pages
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Kwajo's father makes traditional small figures. One day, he makes him a little brass drummer who comes alive and transforms Kwajo into a land of proverbs and riddles. It is a land where the figures represent money, and the people are citizens in a powerful kingdom. Kwajo is tempted by riches but must first solve a series of riddles and symbols. He fails at the last test, but learns an important lesson.

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