Juvenile nonfiction – 32 pages. Bobbo is a traditional weaver from Ghana, where his ancestors have been weaving for generations. His young son, Kweku, learns from him, just as Bobbo learned from his father. Through Kweku’s eyes, we see family and community life in the small fishing village of Denu. Kweku learns that in life, just as in weaving, “one thread is weak, while threads woven together are strong.” Magnificent full-color photographs.
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