2 edition of An African Shopkeeper found in the catalog.
An African Shopkeeper
January 2004 by Fernwood Press .
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||262|
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African Storybook. Menu. Hen tricks Eagle. Nathan Higenyi. Rob Owen. English. Long ago Hen and Eagle were friends. One day, Eagle found Hen under a tree resting with her hopping bags.
Eagle went to the shopkeeper and asked her to cut off one of his legs in exchange for groceries. The shopkeeper accepted. The eagle hopped on one leg all the.