Bakame And Mahuma In The Land Of A Thousand Hills

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Mahuma is taken miraculously into the Inner Land and thought his days ends in down below the big water. He is rescued by lesser stranger beings and taken back to the outer world where he belongs. He and Bakame sign a business partnership to sell animal skins; that brought a lot of money to the country and into their own pockets.
Unfortunately Bakame life changes and he quits the skin business which he thought is ‘immoral’ . . . he is now set on a mission to save the Animal Kingdom in peril whereby him only, is entrusted with the cure. It is hard to deliver it as his life is in grave danger; his former partner won’t let him quit their business . . . It is a collection of stories inspired by traditional Rwanda legends; meant to educate children and young adults with moral lessons. They also encourage a cross-cultural exchange providing a new vocabulary.
They are told with meticulous and conspicuous new terminology to learn within the reading . . . These stories are meant to attract young readers to love the art of story reading and raises the awareness of their critical thinking with a realistic learning results based on the texts; English comprehensive while giving an opportunity to debate on the inclusive moral lessons.

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Mahuma is taken miraculously into the Inner Land and thought his days ends in down below the big water. He is rescued by lesser stranger beings and taken back to the outer world where he belongs. He and Bakame sign a business partnership to sell animal skins; that brought a lot of money to the country and into their own pockets.
Unfortunately Bakame life changes and he quits the skin business which he thought is ‘immoral’ . . . he is now set on a mission to save the Animal Kingdom in peril whereby him only, is entrusted with the cure. It is hard to deliver it as his life is in grave danger; his former partner won’t let him quit their business . . . It is a collection of stories inspired by traditional Rwanda legends; meant to educate children and young adults with moral lessons. They also encourage a cross-cultural exchange providing a new vocabulary.
They are told with meticulous and conspicuous new terminology to learn within the reading . . . These stories are meant to attract young readers to love the art of story reading and raises the awareness of their critical thinking with a realistic learning results based on the texts; English comprehensive while giving an opportunity to debate on the inclusive moral lessons.

Book Details

Published Year

2015

Page Count

96

ISBN

32546987149

Author

Faith Niyindeba

Publisher

Bluboot

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James Maxwell grew up in the scenic Bay of Islands, New Zealand, and was educated in Australia. Devouring fantasy and science-fiction classics from an early age, his love for books translated to a passion for writing, which he began at the age of eleven.

Inspired by the natural beauty around him but also by a strong interest in history, he decided in his twenties to see the world. He relocated to London and then to Thailand, Mexico, Austria, and Malta, developing a lifelong obsession with travel. It was while living in Thailand that he seriously took up writing again, producing his first full-length novel, Enchantress, the first of four titles in his internationally bestselling Evermen Saga.