by Katie Smith Milway and Eugenie Fernandes
Hardcover, 32 pages, Kids Can Pr, List Price: $18.95 |
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Inspired by actual events, a picture book tells the story of Kojo, a boy from Ghana, who, with a very small loan from his mother, started a tiny poultry farm and earned enough money to return to school—and make a better life for his family.
March 6, 2008 A new children's book, One Hen, tells the story of what happens when a young boy in Ghana borrows a few coins from his village's collective fund to buy a single hen. The book is based on the story of a real man, Kwabena Darko.
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