Kwanzaa – Seven Spools of Thread – A Kwanzaa Story

Learn to weave kente cloth and review the Kwanzaa principles in this story of families working together.

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A story of pulling together as a family set in Africa.”In an African village live seven brothers who make family life miserable with their constant fighting. When their father dies he leaves an unusual will. By sundown the brothers must make gold out of sevel spools of thread.” (publisher) The brothers work together and make kente cloth. At the back of the book are instructions for weaving cloth using plastic straws and yarn. “Using the nguzo saba or seven principle of Kwanzaa the author has created an unforgettable story that shows how family members can pull together for their own good and the good of the entire community.” Colorful woodcut illustrators. Author – Angela Shelf Medearis Illustrator – Daniel Minter Ages 5-8 years 40 pages


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