Limpopo Lullaby

Limpopo Lullaby

Book - 2006
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In 2000, as Mozambique was ravaged by floods, many people found that their only choice was to take shelter in trees. The media spotlight fell on one tiny village where a woman, stuck with her family in a tree, was about to give birth. The remarkable story of this woman and her miraculous child is the inspiration for Limpopo Lullaby. Jane Jolly's lyrical prose captures the rhythms of village life while Dee Huxley's vibrant pastels portray nature in all her moods, ranging from brooding skies to swirling floodwaters to a glimpse of sun.
Publisher: Vancouver : Simply Read Books, 2006.
ISBN: 9781894965583
Additional Contributors: Huxley, Dee


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Jan 01, 2017

Inspiring story of bravery , love and new life based on a real incident that occurred during the devastating floods in Mozambique , Africa in 2000 . Beautifully illustrated

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