In this third book in the Elizabeti series, the young Tanzanian girl discovers the joy of learning at school and finds a pleasant surprise at home. It’s the first day of school, and Elizabeti is so excited she can hardly sit still long enough for Mama to braid her hair. When she arrives at school, she feels shy and wishes she had stayed home instead. While the teacher talks, Elizabeti wonders if her family misses her. She’s happy when she leaves for the day, but in the evening she plays a game she learned at school and discovers she can use her new math skills to count her new kittens!
Join us for a book presentation with 4 of the contributors to DC JAZZ, along with editor, Maurice Jackson. Arrive at 1:15 for a musical reception with Nommo Jazz Quartet on Sankofa's rear
Join us for our signature children's storytelling program with The Happy Nappy Storytellers.