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Additionally, we collaborate with selected authors whose books add value to our GloBUNTU Books vision, which is to write and publish books that we (people of African descent love to read.) Our primary targets are young writers and women.
Wah Dih Story Seh?
By Pauline F. Baird (Guyana)
We are over the moon for excitement as we launch our first GloBUNTU Book from the Diaspora.
About the Book
Do you tell and (re) tell stories you grew up hearing? Do your children tune you out when you tell those “ole time stories?” Do they ask more questions than you can answer, especially if you live in the diaspora? If this is your story, this book is for you. Take a journey across the globe with Uncle Edwin, Marlon, and Waddy the Water Frog (in Guyana). Kay (in New York), Dee (in Antigua), Prince Fuareke (one of the main storytellers from the “Africa For Smart Kids” book series) in in Cameroon. Dear reader, these conversations are yours to take off these pages into the world at the prompting of the ubiquitous, Waddy the Water Frog. Let’s get talking!
About the Author
Pauline Felicia Baird is a sister, teacher, friend, and a cultural rhetorician who works to transform village histories. She is an award-winning scholar who writes social histories to leave trails of who we are, who we were, and who we can become. Pauline has been the author of the monthly “Wah Dih Story Seh” where she tells stories.
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