Tasneem Gets Lost Tasneem Gets Lost Festivals by Wendy Hartmann
  

Tasneem Gets Lost Tasneem Gets Lost Festivals

Written by Wendy Hartmann
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Part of the Rainbow Reading Festivals Series

Synopsis

Tasneem Gets Lost Tasneem Gets Lost Festivals by Wendy Hartmann

This is a story about a young girl, Tasneem, who goes to watch the minstrel parade that takes place through the streets of Cape Town on 2 January each year. Her father is in the parade. Tasneem gets lost, and then she remembers her father's group is dressed in green and gold. She runs to the parade and finds her father. He carries her on his shoulders for the rest of the parade. She enjoys herself so much that she wants to march again the next day. Her father tells her they will only have another parade in a year's time.

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Format

Paperback
24 pages

Author

Wendy Hartmann
More books by Wendy Hartmann

Publisher

Cambridge University Press

Publication date

25th February 2009

ISBN

9780521757126


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