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In a tiny village in Ghana, West Africa, lives a special little girl named Maggie. Maggie spends her days going to the market, fetching water, playing with her only doll, and drawing pictures in the dirt. Through her daily life, Maggie captivates those around her with her innocent smile and gentleness. This is an African story of typical village life, where strong community is built by helping one another, spending time together, and where children often share the work necessary to survive. Regardless of the daily hardships, the fine people of the village are always smiling and filled with gratitude. Author Amy Brummits simple tale will have you falling in love with Maggie, while illustrator Camila Caceres charming drawings bring the Ghanaian village to life.
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About the Author
Amy Brummit was an elementary teacher for many years in far-flung places, such as Ghana, China, and Paraguay. She loves the magic of children’s books and knows firsthand how children light up and learn from them. Originally from Bloomington, Indiana, she is currently living and working in Antarctica to support scientific research. Camila Cáceres Neri Huerta was born in Paraguay, South America in 1993. She loves working with children as a first-grade instructional assistant at the American School of Asuncion. She is also currently studying psychology at the Catholic University Nuestra Señora de la Asunción and lives with her family in Paraguay.