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I Am Eyes, Ni Macho by Leila Ward

I Am Eyes, Ni Macho

by Leila Ward

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discusses the differnt things that would be see in africa by an african child. Discusses the animals that are see in Africa
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  TUCC | Jan 11, 2017 |
A Kenyan girl wakes up one morning and observes all the beautiful things she sees. Not a book I would read to my class. I did not enjoy it. ( )
  rhigginbotham | Nov 23, 2014 |
This book talks about everything you can see with your eyes. A good game to play before reading this book would be I Spy. It has good pictures with all different kinds of things in them. It also is told my anAfrican American girl.
  baphilipson | Nov 20, 2008 |
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An African child wakes to the morning marvels of her native land.

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An African child wakes to the morning marvels of her native land.

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