The Princess Who Lost Her HairAn Akamba Legend (Legends of the World)
- 32 Pages
- January 1, 1998
- 4.57 MB
- 7588 Downloads
Myth & legend told as fiction, Juvenile Fiction, Fairy Tales & Folklore - African, Children"s 9-12 - Literature - Classics / Contemporary, Children: Grades 2-3, Kamba (African people), Non-Classifiable, Legends, Myths, & Fables - General, Africa, East, Fol
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I think that the princess who lost her hair is a very enjoyable book. It teaches you how not to be mean to creatures and be caring and loving. My favorite part of the book is when a young poor boy only had little bits of food and water but when the creatures and plants asked /5.
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One day he runs into Mutu, the princess' attendant, but Mutu cannot linger. She must get back to the princess to help her adorn her hair before she goes to the marketplace. This book is about a princess who was vain and selfish and lost all her hair and who lost her kingdom because of it.
It is only because of a selfless beggar boy named Muoma who heeds the advice of the gods posing as hungry animals around him that the kingdom and her beauty is restored and saved/5(8). Princess Ben is a wonderful girl/young women empowerment book.
The main reason is the fact that the author doesn't pound the reader over the head with the girl empowerment. Your average fairy tale tends to make the female leads rather pathetic/5.
While fixing Princess Kalendi's hair, a weaver bird approaches and asks for a strand to weave into his nest. Kalendi refuses, and the bird, who turns out to be powerful, brings a drought upon the earth and takes the princess' hair, a symbol of prosperity to her people, from her head.
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The Princess Who Lost her Hair begins. There once was a king who had one daughter. She was his pride and joy for this princess had the loveliest hair in the world. Every night singing maidens wove her hair into magical plaits to make it grow longer and lovelier still.
Each morning, with the plaits undone and her hair adorned with gold, her. Get this from a library. The princess who lost her hair: an Akamba legend. [Tololwa M Mollel; Charles Reasoner] -- The efforts of a kind-hearted beggar boy bring an end to the drought that has plagued the kingdom of a haughty princess.
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One day, Princess Maya got up from her bed and walked about in her room. When she came to the mirror, she realised that she had lost all her lovely long hair. She was very sad. She could not wear her little golden crown anymore because it looked a bit odd on her bare head.
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