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[PDF / Epub] ☁ Mama Mabena's Magic By Dianne Hofmeyr – Connecfloor.co.uk This book is available separately or as part of the Little Library Maths Kit The colourfully illustrated indigenous story teaches mathematical logic and literacy to children aged 5 to 9 As one of the PDF Epub Mama Mabena's Magic By Dianne Hofmeyr Connecfloorcouk This book is available separately or as part of the Little Library Maths Kit The colourfully illustrated indigenous story teaches mathematical logic and literacy to ch

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Outh African stories in the Little Library Maths Kit Mama Mabena's Magic explores numbers and colour theory through the medium of a story The full colour illustrations and exciting original narrative make each reading entertaining as well as educationa

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Mama Mabena's MagicIldren aged 5 to 9 As one of the This book is available separately or as part of the Little Library Maths Kit The colourfully illustrated indigenous story teaches mathematical logic and literacy to children aged to As one of the ten award winning S

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  • Erin Reilly-Sanders

    FREE READER õ DOC Mama Mabena's Magic ¸ CONNECFLOOR Mama Mabena's MagicWhile the story was amusing the writing fairly well done and the pictures fun and lively it seemed like the author sort of appropriated ideas from another culture and then altered them before trying to return the book into the stream of South African literature as a culturally sensitive piece that teaches about numbers and colour theory The idea of house painting seems taken from the Ndebele who I believe pass the geometric designs down from f


  • LeAnne

    FREE READER õ DOC Mama Mabena's Magic ¸ CONNECFLOOR Mama Mabena's MagicI found two different editions one illustrated by Elivia Savadier and the other by Karen Ahlschlager Ahlschlager's version is perhaps a bit sharp and vivid but I like Savadier's children better The lively story highlighting a traditional African culture will encourage children to experiment with their own paint boxes