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African Girl and Boy Paper Dolls

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Publisher Comments:

In this educational paper doll collection, Yuko Green has scrupulously researched and rendered 32 traditional African tribal costumes for two charming dolls. The diminutive Simba can be dressed in the brightly colored costumes of a Swazi warrior, a Zulu dancer, or a Senegal village sorcerer, while wide-eyed Neema is ready to model garments worn by an Ndebele woman of Zimbabwe, a Herero woman of Botswana or a Samboru woman of Kenya.

Synopsis:

Two charming dolls, 32 colorful tribal costumes: Swazi warrior, Zulu dancer, Masai nomad, Senegalese sorcerer, more. Authentic accessories; identifying captions.

Synopsis:

Two charming young Africans and 32 traditional tribal costumes in a carefully researched, meticulously rendered collection that includes outfits for a Swazi warrior, Zulu dancers, a Masai nomad, a Senegalese sorcerer, and others — accompanied by splendid headdresses, masks, and other tribal artifacts.

Synopsis:

Two charming young Africans and 32 traditional tribal costumes in a carefully researched, meticulously rendered collection that includes outfits for a Swazi warrior, Zulu dancers, a Masai nomad, a Senegalese sorcerer, and others — accompanied by splendid headdresses, masks, and other tribal artifacts.

Product Details

ISBN:
9780486298085
Author:
Green, Yuko
Author:
Green, Yuno
Author:
Green, O.P. Jen Jen Jen Jen Jen Jen
Author:
Paper Dolls
Publisher:
Dover Publications
Subject:
Activity Books
Subject:
African American Studies
Subject:
Papercrafts
Subject:
People & Places - Africa
Subject:
Children's 4-8 - Miscellaneous - Child
Subject:
Paper dolls
Subject:
Children s-General
Edition Description:
Trade Paper
Series:
Dover Paper Dolls
Publication Date:
19970710
Binding:
Paperback
Grade Level:
from K up to 5
Language:
English
Pages:
32
Dimensions:
12.25 x 9.25 in 0.23 lb
Age Level:
04-08

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African Girl and Boy Paper Dolls
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Product details 32 pages Dover Publications - English 9780486298085 Reviews:
"Synopsis" by ,
Two charming dolls, 32 colorful tribal costumes: Swazi warrior, Zulu dancer, Masai nomad, Senegalese sorcerer, more. Authentic accessories; identifying captions.

"Synopsis" by ,
Two charming young Africans and 32 traditional tribal costumes in a carefully researched, meticulously rendered collection that includes outfits for a Swazi warrior, Zulu dancers, a Masai nomad, a Senegalese sorcerer, and others — accompanied by splendid headdresses, masks, and other tribal artifacts.
"Synopsis" by ,
Two charming young Africans and 32 traditional tribal costumes in a carefully researched, meticulously rendered collection that includes outfits for a Swazi warrior, Zulu dancers, a Masai nomad, a Senegalese sorcerer, and others — accompanied by splendid headdresses, masks, and other tribal artifacts.
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