Bongani's Day From Dawn to Dusk in a South African City by Gisele Wulfsohn
  

Synopsis

Bongani's Day From Dawn to Dusk in a South African City by Gisele Wulfsohn

Bongani's day begins just like it does for most children: he washes, brushes his teeth and has breakfast; later at school he learns all about the letter C and makes a clown face from a paper plate. But when Bongani gets home in the evening, he puts on his kwaito music videos and dances the kwasa kwasa to the lively sounds and rhythms of South Africa...

About the Author

Gisele Wulfsohn studied Graphic Fine Art at the Johannesburg College of Art. Since the late l980s Gisele documented various HIV/AIDS awareness initiatives and in 1994 she was commissioned by the Independent Electoral Commission to document the first democratic elections in South Africa. Her photographs were published internationally in publications such as Der Spiegel, Marie Claire, Los Angeles Times, Economist and New Internationalist, as well as in numerous local specialist and general publications. Until her death in 2011, Gisele lived in Johannesburg, South Africa.

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Format

Paperback
32 pages
Interest Age: From 5

Author

Gisele Wulfsohn
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Publisher

Frances Lincoln Childrens Books an imprint of Frances Lincoln Publishers Ltd

Publication date

7th March 2009

ISBN

9781845079949


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