Andrew And Nana On Safari
Andrew and Moses, two friends from different countries, believe they will meet again someday if they see a certain little brown giraffe called Young Leader. The search is on! Their last day on safari is spent in the safari van hunting for the little brown giraffe with the help of Nana and Julius, their guide. But the Masai Mara Game Reserve is very large, and today is their last day on safari.
The pursuit, of course, is with cameras. In the reserves, the animals are protected. Illustrations by Carol Mathis for this story were based on photographs taken while the author was on safari with her husband, daughter, and friends. They stayed at Kichwa Tembo on the edge of the Maasai Mara, a game reserve in Kenya.
The book includes lyrics for the “Goodbye Song,” a traditional Swahili song that was sung by the waiters in their camp.
The day was just beginning at the safari camp. Andrew had already finished his breakfast and had come back to the tent to get his camera. He closed the zipper on the front of the tent and tied it carefully. He did not leave any sweets inside. The baboons liked to hunt for sweets and could undo the zippers if they were not tied properly.
Andrew stood very still and listened . . . and then he heard them . . . “Ooh-ooh, ooh-ooh, ooh, ooh.”
By: Joan Barton Barsotti and Carol Mathis (Illustrator)
Publisher: Barsotti Publishing Company (2008) Paperback | 32 Pages | Product Dimensions: 9.8 x 7.9 x 0.1 inchesISBN: 0981818803 ISBN-13: 9780981818801
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