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Read the World: Books about Africa for Kids

Kids Books about Africa KidWorldCitizen

In case you are on the lookout for books about Africa for teenagers, that is the listing!!! Whether or not you need to present youngsters modern tales about day-after-day life in several nations, to show youngsters about folktales and legends which were handed down, to study African heroes, and even in the event you’re simply in search of multicultural literature to share together with your students- it’s all right here. I labored with a gaggle of different bloggers to evaluation these books about Africa, organized by nation (and we’ll proceed so as to add evaluations!).

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Kids Read Africa Algeria- Kid World Citizen

The Compassionate Warrior: Abd el-Kader of Algeria, by Elsa Marston (chapter ebook, ages 11+). Reviewed right here by Kay on A Artful Arab.

Nzinga Angola Book- Kid World Citizen

Nzingha: Warrior of Queen of Matamba, Angola, Africa, 1595, by Patricia C. McKissack. (ages 9-12)

Great Walls of Benin- Kid World Citizen

The Adventures of Obi and Titi: The Nice Partitions of Benin, by Mr O T Begho. (chapter ebook, ages 10-13).

Ostrich Lark Africa Books- Kid World Citizen

Ostrich and Lark, by Marilyn Nelson. (ages Four-Eight)

Mystery Africa Kids- Kid World Citizen

The Nice Cake Thriller, by Alexander McCall Smith. (ages 7-10)

The Pink Bicycle: The Extraordinary Story of One Odd Bicycle, by Jude Isabella. (ages Eight-12)

All Aboard Bobo Road Kids Books about Africa- Kid World Citizen

All Aboard for the Bobo Street, by Stephen Davies. (ages Four-9). Reviewed right here by Leanna on All Finished Monkey.

Drop by Drop Kids Books about Africa- Kid World Citizen

Drop by Drop, by Peace and Human Improvement USCCB Dept of Justice. (ages 5-12)

Water Princess Kids Books About Africa- Kid World Citizen

The Water Princess, by Susan Verde. (ages 5-Eight). Reviewed right here by Leanna on All Completed Monkey.

Bakuru and the Faculty on the Hill, by The Westwood Bridge to Burundi Venture. (ages 6-12)

Sense Pass King Kids Books from Africa- Kid World Citizen

Sense Move King: A Story from Cameroon, by Katrin Tchana (ages Four-Eight)

El Leon Kadinga Africa Books for Kids- Kid World Citizen

El león Kandinga – The Lion Kandinga, by Boniface Ofogo. (ages 6-Eight). Reviewed right here by Kali from For the Love of Spanish.

Cape Verde Book for Kids about Africa- Kid World Citizen

Seaside Dream by Janet Costa Bates. (ages 6-10)

Rain Faculty, by James Rumford. (ages Four-7)

Akisset Book about Ivory Coast- Kid World Citizen

Akissi: Tales of Mischief, by Marguerite Abouet. (ages 6-9) Reviewed right here by Kali from For the Love of Spanish.

Lord of the Dance African Books- Kid World Citizen

Lord of the Dance, by Véronique Tadjo. (ages Eight-10)

Books from DRC Africa for Kids- Kid World CItizen

A Refugee’s Journey from the Democratic Republic of the Congo, by Ellen Rodger. (ages 9-12)

Day of Ahmed's Secret- Kid World Citizen

The Day of Ahmed’s Secret, by Florence Parry Heide. (ages Four-Eight). Reviewed right here by Aysh from Jeddah Mother.

Cinderella Nile Egypt- Kid World Citizen

Cinderella of the Nile, by Beverly Naidoo. (ages 7-11). Reviewed right here by Patricia Nozell of Wander, Ponder, Write.

When Love Walked Earth- Kid World Citizen

When Love Walked the Earth: An African Fable Retold, by Eva Harley Chiphe and Bernadine Okoro. (ages 7-11)

Book from Eritrea Africa for Kids- Kid World Citizen

A Messob’s Present to Lula’s good friend, by Kiazpora. (Eritrea and Ethiopia; ages 5-Eight)

Hamid's Story Africa Books for Kids- Kid World Citizen

Hamid’s Story, by Andy Glynne. (ages 5-11)

Multicultural Books Africa Kids- Kid World Citizen

Nothando’s Journey, by Jill Apperson Manly. (ages 7-9). Reviewed right here by Child World Citizen.

Only a Pigeon Ethiopia Book for Kids- Kid World CItizen

Solely a Pigeon, by Jane Kurtz. (ages Four-10). Reviewed right here by Child World Citizen.

E is for Ethiopia Book- Kid World Citizen

E is for Ethiopia, by Ashenafi Gudeta. (ages Four-10).  Reviewed right here by Child World Citizen.

Tsions Life- Book about Ethiopia- Kid World Citizen

Tsion’s Life, by Stacy Bellward. (Four-10).  Reviewed right here by Child World Citizen.

Beekeeper Lalibela Ethiopia Book for Kids- Kid World CItizen

The Greatest Beekeeper of Lalibela, by Cristina Kessler. (ages 5-11). Reviewed right here by Child World Citizen.

Gabon Book for Kids- Kid World Citizen

Gabon: Philippe Ngome’s Portray: “My Household Goes to Market,” by Jacquiline Touba. (7-11) 

One Plastic Bag Cover Miranda Paul- Kid World Citizen

One Plastic Bag: Isatou Ceesay and the Recycling Ladies of the Gambia, by Miranda Paul. (ages 5-9) Reviewed right here by Child World Citizen.

Sosu's Call Africa Book for Kids- Kid World Citizen

Sosu’s Name, by Mashack Asare. (ages Eight-12). Reviewed right here by Kali from For the Love of Spanish.

One Hen Africa Books for Kids- Kid World Citizen

One Hen, by Katie Smith Milway. (ages 7-12)

Anansi Spider Ashanti Africa Books for Kids- Kid World Citizen

Anansi the Spider: A Story from the Ashanti, by Gerald McDermott. (ages Four-7). Reviewed right here by Child World Citizen.

Emmanuel's Dream Ghana Africa Book for Kids- Kid World Citizen

Emmanuel’s Dream: The True Story of Emmanuel Ofosu Yeboah, by Laurie Ann Thompson and Sean Qualls. (ages Four-Eight)

Kwames Sound- Kid World Citizen

Kwame’s Sound: An Accoustical Engineering Story, by Museum of Science. (ages 6-10)

Seeds of Change- Kid World Citizen

Seeds of Change: Planting a Path To Peaceby Sonia Lynn Sadler. (ages 7-11) Reviewed right here by Child World Citizen.

Planting The Trees Of Kenya- Kid World Citizen

Planting the Timber of Kenya: The Story of Wangari Maathaiby Claire A. Nivola. (ages 5-Eight) Reviewed right here by Child World Citizen.

Mama Panyas' Pancakes- Kid World Citizen

Mama Panya’s Pancakes, by Richard Chamberlin. (ages Three-Eight). Reviewed right here by Youngsters Spanish Ebook Membership.

Juma and the Honey Guide African Story

Juma and the Honey Information: An African Story,  by Robin Bernard. (ages 5-9)

Liberian Folktale Africa Books for Kids- Kid World Citizen

Mrs. Hen and the Hungry Crocodile, by Gained-Ldy Paye and Margaret H. Lippert. (ages Four-7). Reviewed right here by Child World Citizen.

Liberian Folktales for Kids Africa Books- Kid World Citizen

Head, Physique, Legs: A Story from Liberia, by Gained-Ldy Paye and Margaret H. Lippert. (ages Four-Eight). Reviewed right here by Child World Citizen.

Liberia Story Kola Nuts- Kid World Citizen

Koi and the Kola Nuts, by Verna Aardema and Joe Cepeda. (ages Three and up). Reviewed right here by Child World Citizen.

I Love Liberia, by Wayetu Moore and Kula Moore. (ages 5-Eight). Reviewed right here by Child World Citizen.

Uncle Jallah Will Fix It- Kid World Citizen

Uncle Jallah will Repair It, by Augustus Y. Voahn. (ages Eight-12). Reviewed right here by Child World Citizen.

Mommi Watta Liberia Books- Kid World Citizen

Mommi Watta: Spirit of the River, by Virginia Castleman. (ages 7-10). Reviewed right here by Child World Citizen.

Shadows of Ghadames- Kid World Citizen

The Shadows of Ghadames, by Joelle Stolz. (ages Eight-12). Reviewed right here by Kay from A Artful Arab.

Baobab Tree Madagascar- Kid World Citizen

Thank You, Baobab Tree! by Mi-Hwa Joo. (ages 6-10).

Boy Who Harnessed Wind- Kid World Citizen

The Boy Who Harnessed the Wind, by William Kamkwamba. (ages Eight-11). Reviewed right here by Becky on Multicultural Child Blogs.

Galimoto Malawi Books for Kids- Kid World CitizenGalimoto, by Karen Lynne Williams. (ages Four-Eight). Reviewed right here by Becky on Multicultural Child Blogs.

Mean Hyena Malawi- Kid World Citizen

The Imply Hyena: A Folktale from Malawi, by Judy Sierra. (ages 5-Eight). Reviewed right here by Becky on Multicultural Child Blogs.

Jamari's Drum Africa Book for Kids- Kid World Citizen

Jamari’s Drum, Eboni Bynum and Roland Jackson. (ages 5-Eight)

Sundiata Lion King Mali Africa Books- Kid World Citizen

Sundiata: Lion King of Mali, by David Wisniewski. (ages Four-7). Reviewed right here by Leanna on All Completed Monkey.

Lost Tooth Africa Books For Kids- Kid World Citizen

I Misplaced My Tooth in Africa, by Penda Diakité and Baba Wague Diakité. (ages Four-Eight). Reviewed right here by Leanna on All Executed Monkey.

Sundiata Africa- Kid World Citizen

Sundiata: A Legend of Africa, by Will Eisner. (ages 9-13). Reviewed right here by Leanna on All Carried out Monkey.

Never Forgotten- Kid World Citizen

By no means Forgotten by Patricia C. McKissack. (ages 9 and up). Reviewed right here by Leanna on All Executed Monkey.

Hatseller Monkeys- Kid World Citizen

The Hatseller and the Monkeys, by Baba Wagué Diakité. (ages Four-Eight) Reviewed right here by Leanna on All Executed Monkey.

Magic Gourd- Kid World Citizen

The Magic Gourd, by Baba Wagué Diakité. (ages Four-Eight) Reviewed right here by Leanna on All Carried out Monkey.

Everlasting Embrace- Kid World Citizen

The Eternal Embrace, by Gabrielle Emanuel. (ages Three-6). Reviewed right here by Leanna on All Completed Monkey.

My Baby- Kid World Citizen

My Child, by Jeanette Winter. (ages Four-Eight) Reviewed right here by Leanna on All Completed Monkey.

Deep in the Sahara Africa Books- Kid World Citizen

Deep within the Sahara, by Kelly Cunnane. (ages Four-Eight)

Mirror Morocco Book Africa- Kid World Citizen

Mirror, by Jeannie Baker. (illustrator; wordless ebook) (ages Four-10)

Storyteller- Kid World Citizen

Don't Spill Milk- Kid World Citizen

Don’t Spill the Milk, by Stephen Davies. (ages Four-7). Reviewed right here by Leanna on All Completed Monkey.

Nigerian Childrens Books Ifeoma Onyefulu- Kid World Citizen

A number of books by Nigerian writer Ifeoma Onyefulu for youngsters about youngsters in Nigeria. (ages Four-6).

Bitter Bananas Nigeria Books Africa- Kid World Citizen

Bitter Bananas, by Isaac Olaleye. (ages 5-9)

Rwanda Folktale Kids- Kid World Citizen

Sebgugugu the Glutton: A Bantu Story from Rwanda, Verna Aardema. (ages 5-Eight)

Senegal School Book Kids- Kid World Citizen

Senegal: On the Option to Faculty, by Anna Obiols. (ages 7-10)

Shadow on the Wall- Kid World Citizen

One Shadow on the Wall, by Leah Henderson. (ages 10-13)

Mami Wata- Kid World Citizen

Mami Wata, by Leila Vrhel. (ages 9-12)

Tamba Sierra Leone Africa Book for Kids- Kid World Citizen

Tamba and the Chief: A Temne Story, by Melinda Lilly. (ages Eight-10)

Books about Africa for Kids- Kid World Citizen

Be Affected person, Abdul, by Dolores Sandoval. (ages 5-10)

Colour of Home Africa Books for Kids- Kid World Citizen

The Color of House, by Mary Hoffman. (ages 7-10)

Through my Eyes- Kid World Citizen

By way of My Eyes, by Tammy Wilson. (ages 11 and up). Reviewed right here by Kay of A Artful Arab.

South African Kids Books- Kid World Citizen

All the South African books are reviewed right here in a wonderful submit that options numerous South African settings and themes.

Halala Means Welcome! by Ken Wilson-Max. (age Four-10)

Someplace in Africa, by Ingrid Mennen and Niki Daly. (ages Four-Eight)

Not So Quick Songololo, What’s Cooking Jamela? by Niki Daly (ages Four-10)

Armien’s Fishing Journey, by Catherine Inventory. (ages 5-10)

On the Crossroads, by Rachel Isadora. (ages Four-Eight)

Charlie’s Home, by Reviva Schermbrucker and Niki Daly. (ages Three-Eight)

Objective! by Mina Javaherbin (ages 6-9)

 The Present of the Solar by Dianne Stewart (ages Four-Eight)

Elsina’s Clouds by Jeanette Winter (ages Four-Eight)

Shaka King of the Zulus by Diane Stanley and Peter Vennema (ages Four-Eight)

Soccer Fence South Africa Book- Kid World Citizen

The Soccer Fence, by Phil Bildner. (ages 6-9) Reviewed right here by Leanna of All Achieved Monkey.

The Drum South Africa Book- Kid World Citizen

The Drum, by Ken Wilson-Max. (ages Four-Eight) Reviewed right here by Patricia Nozell.

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The Red Pencil Girls In School- Kid World Citizen

The Purple Pencil, by Andrea Davis Pinkney. (ages Eight-12).  Reviewed right here by Child World Citizen.

Brothers in Hope Sudan Books- Kid World Citizen

Brothers in Hope: The Story of the Misplaced Boys of Sudan by Mary Williams and Gregory Christie (ages Eight-12).

Kadisa Sudan Book- Kid World Citizen

Kadisa كديسة , by Rasha Hamid. (ages 6-10) Reviewed right here by Kay of A Artful Arab.

Big Boy Tanzania Book- Kid World Citizen

Massive Boy, by Tololwa M. Mollel. (ages 5-10)

Tanzania Books for Kids- Kid World Citizen

Subira Subira, by Tololwa M. Mollel. (ages 6-10)

Kele Secret Tanzania- Kid World Citizen

Kele’s Secret, by Tololwa M. Mollel. (ages 6-10)

Piles Coins Tololwa- Kid World Citizen

My Rows and Piles of Cash, by Tololwa M. Mollel. (ages 6-10) Reviewed right here by Aysh of JeddahMom.com.

Safari Tanzania Counting Book- Kid World CItizen

We All Went on Safari: A Counting Journey By means of Tanzania, by Laurie Krebs. (ages 5-Eight) Reviewed right here by Alexis Dallara-Marsh of Youngsters Spanish Ebook Membership.

Arafat Child of Tunisia- Kid World Citizen

Arafat: A Baby of Tunisia, by Mango Editions. (ages 5-9)

Benny and Omar- Kid World CItizen

Benny and Omar, by Eoin Colfer (ages 11-14). Reviewed right here by Kay from A Artful Arab.

Beatrice's Goat Microfinance Books for Kids- Kid World Citizen

Beatrice’s Goat, by Web page McBrier. (ages Four-10)

Sing to The Moon- Kid World Citizen

Sing to the Moon, by Nansubuga Nagadya Isdahl. (ages Four-Eight). Reviewed right here by Patricia Nozell.

Blackbird Zambia Book for Kids- Kid World Citizen

Lovely Blackbird, by Ashley Bryan. (ages 5-Eight)

Girl Buried Dreams in a Can- Kid World Citizen

Mufaro's Daughter Zimbabwe Cinderella- Kid World Citizen

Mufaro’s Lovely Daughters: An African Story, by John Steptoe. (ages 5-10) Reviewed right here by Child World Citizen.

What an inventory!!!! Now get out your library card and begin checking these out together with your youngsters! Obtain this Africa map (scroll down), and shade within the nations as you their tales. Let me know within the feedback when you have further books so as to add to our listing!

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