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Lake of the Big Snake: An African Rain Forest Adventure

by Isaac Olaleye

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Two boys outwit a hungry snake in an African rain forest village.

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This fiction book is about an African Rain Forest Adventure. The two main characters, Ade and Tayo, are left to do chores by their mothers in their village. Instead of doing their chores they decide to go into the Rain Forest to go on an adventure. The boys ended up at a lake where they waded in the water and ate wild berries. Trouble came in their way when a big snake was attacking them. The boys were trapped by the snake on a certain part of the shore of the lake. The boys used trickery and tactics to escape from the snake. In the end the boys returned to their village even closer best friends. A notable feature about this book are the vivid colors and realistic pictures of the African village and scenery. I could use this book as an instructional application to show the importance of friendship, but also as an introduction to learning about environments, such as the rain forest. ( )
  lhoanzl | Jan 31, 2017 |
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