Bring Back the Knife Bring Back the Knife Festivals by Gerald Kithinji
  

Bring Back the Knife Bring Back the Knife Festivals

Gerald Kithinji

Part of the Rainbow Reading Festivals Series

Synopsis

Bring Back the Knife Bring Back the Knife Festivals by Gerald Kithinji

This is a traditional story written by a well-known author from Zimbabwe. It tells of a village preparing for a celebration and a young boy who is not sure what the celebration is about. He observes as the people of the village prepare food, sing songs and dance. During the celebration, he watches as his parents are honoured by the chief and the knife which his father used to slaughter a bull for his wedding is returned to him to proclaim him an elder of the tribe.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
24 pages

Author

Gerald Kithinji
More books by Gerald Kithinji

Publisher

Cambridge University Press

Publication date

25th February 2009

ISBN

9780521757065


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