Theme: peace activisist

Our Stories, Our Songs: African Children Talk about AIDS

In Malawi and Zambia, children who have lost family to the AIDS pandemic tell their stories. This book is about the power of the human spirits to endure and hope for a better tommorrow.

Descriptors: Africa, All Ages, Malawi, Nonfiction, Tanzania » Other Themes: , , , , , , , , , » 1 Comment
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