Your browser is not supported. Please consider upgrading to a newer browser.

Sikulu and Harambe by the Zambezi River

Sikulu and Harambe by the Zambezi River
Sikulu and Harambe by the Zambezi River
Reads: 
68
Pages: 
33
Average: 4.5 (2 votes)
4.5

An old woman is in need of help. The other animals all have convenient excuses for not helping while Sikulu & Harambe are the only ones who do. Based on an actual folktale, it is a timeless story that reinforces the beauty of kindness to young children. Children and adults alike come away better informed about life in Africa. This is the first in a series of adventures that follow Sikulu the spider and Harambe the Hippo as they travel to different countries in Africa.

Reviews

Ethan's picture
I liked this book. Helping is nice to do. When you do not help people that need help it is not very nce...
tboggs1965's picture
A lovely book about one culture in Africa, with interesting facts to share with students about the place and characters in the book. A good morals story to help build citizenship character too. An excellent ice-breaker for introducing cultural diversity, with time left over for open discussion.
skylars dreams's picture
lol first page cant read the names

Please Sign In or Create Account to post reviews.

Pages: 33
Reading Level: Intermediate (6 to 9)
Language: English
ISBN: 9780977738243
Categories: Animals & Creatures, Educational, Family & Friends
Features: Illustrations, Narrations
Keywords: africa, adventure, spider, folktales, hippo, multicultural, ethnic, international, zambia, nigeria
Date Added: April 7, 2011