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Author : Colleen Craig
ISBN : 9781770490215
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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For thirteen-year-old Kim, travel to South Africa with her journalist mother will mark the end of her childhood and the beginning of a remarkable journey. Expecting nothing more than three months in her mother’s homeland, Kim comes to terms with the country’s diverse and often shocking history. The Truth and Reconciliation Hearings in post-apartheid South Africa open her eyes to the tragedy and brutality of its segregationist policies. Kim’s first meeting with her relatives, her contact with schoolmates and cousins, bring her face-to-face with the realization that she is not as removed from this powerful story as she thought. As her mother struggles with her past, Kim becomes more and more determined to unlock the secret that has always kept her from knowing her father. Helped by the young son of a long-time family servant, whose own father was a casualty of Apartheid history, Kim eventually unlocks her mystery and brings her mother and herself to their own truth and reconciliation. Layered and complex, this is a novel that raises questions and challenges beliefs. From the Trade Paperback edition.
Category: Juvenile Fiction

Take Me Home To Afrika

Author : Joann Merritt Schofield-Childs
ISBN : 9781462037001
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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“This is an autobiography honestly sketched in faith and love celebrating a dream come true. This book is recommended not only for family, friends and Afrikans of the Diaspora with the desire to be in Afrika but also for those of the continent, especially Ghana, who can glean the recognition of their hospitality, and to note also the shortcomings which they take for granted and of which the author has shown understanding and tolerance.” —Professor G. Sodah Ayernor, PhD, President, Afrikan Renaissance Foundation “... In the pages that follow the reader will come to admire Adjoa for sharing so many of the intimate details of her life in Ghana! We see her grow spiritually, emotionally, socially and intellectually. This autobiography is a love story between two mature adults. It is a spiritual awakening for Adjoa who learns to trust the God within! It is an inspirational account of faith in the goodness of humanity! It is an identity narrative about discovering what it means to be African. Lastly, it is a coming of age tale—in Ghana Adjoa learned to embrace her own agency as a woman of African descent!” —Nancy J. Fairley
Category: Biography & Autobiography


Author : Afrika
ISBN : UOM:39015029863191
Genre : Philosophy
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Category: Philosophy


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ISBN : IND:30000007844792
Genre : Africa
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Category: Africa


Author : Various
ISBN : 9781621158653
Genre : Comics & Graphic Novels
File Size : 24.70 MB
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The masterpiece by Belgian comics creator Hermann is available in English for the first time! A misanthropic European expatriate, Dario Ferrer, acts as guardian of a Tanzanian wildlife preserve. Accompanied by Charlotte, a naive European journalist, Ferrer discovers a village under fire from mysterious agents of the foreign-backed government. Ferrer and Charlotte must fight not only to protect the preserve, but to expose government corruption--and survive to see another day. * From award-winning creator and international bestseller Hermann! * Gorgeous watercolor art and a fast-paced, violent story!
Category: Comics & Graphic Novels

Jagdgeschwader 27 Afrika

Author : John Weal
ISBN : 9781782005452
Genre : History
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Synonymous with the Afrika Korps and the campaign in North Africa, JG 27 provided Rommel's army with fighter protection for virtually the whole 'roller coaster ride that was the war in the Western Desert from 1941-43. Formed in Germany on 1 October 1939 (with Adolf Galland as CO of I.Gruppe), JG 27 saw considerable action both during the Battles of France and Britain, downing 146 aircraft in the latter campaign alone. Sent to North Africa in April 1941, the geschwader had an immediate impact on the campaign, which had up until then been dominated by the Allies. The third volume in the Aviation Elite series on a German fighter geschwader, this book will once again prove popular with Luftwaffe enthusiasts and hobbyists alike.
Category: History

Afrika And Imperialism

Author : Ahmed Sékou Touré
ISBN : STANFORD:36105081221470
Genre : History
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Category: History