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Wah Dih Story Seh?: An oral tradition in the Guyanese village of Buxton (GloBUNTU Books)

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“‘And tho’ / We are not now that strength which in old days / Moved earth and heaven, that which we are, we are. / One equal temper of heroic hearts, / Made weak by time and fate, but strong in will / To strive, to seek, to find, and not to yield.’" - Alfred, Lord Tennyson, “Ulysses"

Wah Dih Story Seh?: An oral tradition in the Guyanese village of Buxton (GloBUNTU Books)

Author: Pauline F. Baird
Pages: 55
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Publisher: GloBUNTU Books
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Publication Date: 2018
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Wah Dih Story Seh?

Do you tell and (re) tell stories you grew up hearing? Do your children tune you out when you tell those “ole time stories”? Do they ask more questions than you can answer, especially if you live in the diaspora?? If this is your story, this book is for you. Take a journey across the globe with Uncle Edwin, Marlon, and Waddy the Water Frog (in Guyana). Kay (in New York), Dee (in Antigua), Prince Fuareke (one of the main storytellers from the “Africa For Smart Kids” book series) in in Cameroon. Dear reader, these conversations are yours to take off these pages into the world at the prompting of the ubiquitous, Waddy the Water Frog. Let’s get talking!
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