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MUFARO'S BEAUTIFUL DAUGHTERS (Reading Rainbow Books) A Caldecott Honor And Reading Rainbow Book, This Memorable Retelling Of Cinderella Is Perfect For Introducing Children To The Fairy Tale As Well As The History, Culture, And Geography Of The African Nation Of ZimbabweInspired By A Traditional African Folktale, This Is The Story Of Mufaro, Who Is Proud Of His Two Beautiful DaughtersNyasha Is Kind And Considerate, But Everyoneexcept Mufaroknows That Manyara Is Selfish And Bad TemperedWhen The Great King Decides To Take A Wife And Invites The Most Worthy And Beautiful Daughters In The Land To Appear Before Him, Mufaro Brings Both Of His Daughtersbut Only One Can Be Queen Who Will The King Choose Award Winning Artist John Steptoes Rich Cultural Imagery Of Africa Earned Him The Coretta Scott King Award For Mufaros Beautiful Daughters The Book Also Went On To Win The Boston Globe Horn Book Award This Stunning Story Is A Timeless Treasure That Readers Will Enjoy For GenerationsCoretta Scott King Award For IllustrationCaledcott HonorReading Rainbow BookBoston Globe Horn Book


About the Author: John Steptoe

Is a well-known author, some of his books are a fascination for readers like in the MUFARO'S BEAUTIFUL DAUGHTERS (Reading Rainbow Books) book, this is one of the most wanted John Steptoe author readers around the world.



8 thoughts on “MUFARO'S BEAUTIFUL DAUGHTERS (Reading Rainbow Books)

  1. says:

    Beautifully told story with detailed illustrations to keep children engaged about this tale of two sisters.


  2. says:

    This is a traditional tale with a cultural element The story is well written with the good and bad characters clearly identified As with all traditional tales, there is a moral focus and the ending is positive and uplifting The best thing in this book, however, is the beautiful artwork The illustrations complement the story perfectly This story can be read by confident readers independently, or shared by non readers wit


  3. says:

    love it


  4. says:

    My sister enjoyed reading this with my niece who I bought this as a gift for She said they loved the illustrations and the discussion that ensued.


  5. says:

    I used in class for children to identify the similiarities and differences between stories from other cultures Lovely pictures and very easy to use as teaching resource.


  6. says:

    Stunning illustration Beautiful story Every child should reado


  7. says:

    Great illustrations Was really interesting to study as part of our Stories from other cultures literacy unit The children really enjoyed spotting the obvious and then subtle clues to its African setting Would highly recommend it.


  8. says:

    Beautiful story and beautiful illustration


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