Feast for 10

This story shows a family doing everyday activities. Everyone is helping with the routines of bringing home the food from the grocery store, cooking and eating together.

Mama, Do You Love Me?

Mama, Do You Love Me? is a universal story of a child testing the limits of her independence. There is a very special love between a parent and a child.

Handa’s Hen

Handa is looking for her grandmother’s missing black hen. Handa and her friend, Akeyo, look all over their village. They keep finding other animals, but not the hen.

Something From Nothing

Joseph’s grandfather made him a beautiful blanket when he was a baby, but now it’s frazzled and worn, and Joseph’s mother says it is time to throw it out. Joseph doesn’t want to part with his special blanket, and he’s sure that his grandfather can fix it. Sure enough, Grandfather miraculously alters the blanket into useful items again and again. But when Joseph loses the final item, even Grandfather can’t make something from nothing. But maybe Joseph can?

Andrew’s Loose Tooth

In this humorous story, a boy named Andrew has a loose tooth. All he wants to do is to eat an apple, but it is too painful. Everyone tries to help him pull it out; his mom, his dad, the dentist and even the tooth fairy.

And Tango Makes Three

The book tells the story of two male penguins, Roy and Silo, who create a family together. With the help of the zookeeper, Mr. Gramsay, Roy and Silo are given an egg which they help hatch. The female chick, that completes their family, is consequently named “Tango” by the zookeepers. The book was based on the true story of Roy and Silo, two male chinstrap penguins who formed a pair bond in New York’s Central Park Zoo.

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