[Daba's Travels from Ouadda to Bangui] EBOOK / KINDLE

  • Hardcover
  • 170
  • Daba's Travels from Ouadda to Bangui
  • Makombo Bamboté
  • en
  • 20 February 2019
  • 9780394820507

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Daba's Travels from Ouadda to Bangui Read & Download æ 104 review à PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook Ô Makombo Bamboté Makombo Bamboté Ô 4 Download Ts' hut Daba listened to the story time and time again And as he grew loved and protected there grew in him a strength of spirit and a deep love for his native villageBut Daba was not destined to live his live in Ouadda When he was still a young boy he left his beloved home on the first of a series of journeys that would lead him farth. Jeg anerkender at jeg ikke ville have l st denne bog med mindre jeg havde bestemt for at jeg bare skulle have et flueben ud for Den Centralafrikanske Republik i min personlige l seudfordring Verden rundt i b ger Daba s Travels from Ouadda to Bangui er s ledes den absolut eneste roman fra Den Centralafrikanske Republik jeg har kunnet opspore p engelsk eller andre sprog jeg kan l seDet er ikke en d rlig bog Det er s dan set en s d og charmerende historie fra Den Centralafrikanske Republik fortalt for st rre b rnunge N r den ikke f ngede hos mig kan det s ledes delvist tilskrives at jeg ikke er m lgruppen En anden grund er dog ogs at den forekommer noget bedaget Bambot udgav oprindeligt romanen i 1966 udgivet p engelsk i 1970 oversat fra fransk af John Buchanan Brown men skulle jeg have tidsfastsat den alene p grundlag af fort llestilen ville jeg nok have skudt den til at v re 50 r ldreL s hele anmeldelsen her

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Daba's Travels from Ouadda to Bangui Read & Download æ 104 review à PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook Ô Makombo Bamboté Makombo Bamboté Ô 4 Download Daba was born in Ouadda in what is now the Central African Republic His mother often told him about the terrible dry season that year when elephants buffaloes and antelopes stampeded through the countryside in a frenzied search for water Even panthers stalked the bush around the village often carrying innocent sheep Safe near his paren. Like apparently most of the people who read this book I read it for my world books challenge and wasn t particularly impressed It seems to be aimed at middle grade readers ages 9 12 and recounts the childhood experiences of a boy named Daba as he leaves his village in the Central African Republic to attend school in a larger town and spends his vacations traveling around the country with friends and relativesAs you would expect this is a uick and easy read that even includes some illustrations It s a pretty gentle story including adventures such as attending a boarding school and tagging along for a crocodile hunt However it is disjointed prematurely ending events that could have been exciting if fully developed like the crocodile hunt which gets less page time than a neighbor telling the boys a story and including episodes than fit comfortably within its brief page count It does little to immerse the reader in Daba s feelings or experiences in the second half of the book he seems to fade into his group of friends who are indistinguishable in personality and experiences except for the French pen pal who somehow is able to fly to a Central African Republic town alone and spend the summer wandering from village to isolated village with the local boys Daba grows older the book appears to cover a couple of years but he doesn t really have struggles to overcome or seem to change or learn about life At times knowing the story to be based in some way on the author s childhood Daba s portrayal even comes across as self aggrandizing a star pupil always cool and confident beats adults at games liked by everyone except for one classmate who s condemned by other children and adults alike Meanwhile for adult readers the language is perhaps too simple and some of the events are eyebrow raising or could use explanation the pen pal trip Daba s being awarded a scholarship to study abroad without any apparent effort from him or consent from his parents etcAt any rate this isn t too bad if you re doing a world books challenge Daba travels around his country giving the reader a sense of the landscape and the culture in the places he visits and uick reads are always valued for big challenges but those searching for diverse books to give to the children in their lives would be better served looking elsewhere

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Daba's Travels from Ouadda to Bangui Read & Download æ 104 review à PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook Ô Makombo Bamboté Makombo Bamboté Ô 4 Download Er and farther away even to France For Daba's parents wanted him to be educated a rare and special privilege not often enjoyed by poor village childrenThe life history and tradition of the people of the Central African Republic are described with great feeling by Bambote for Daba's Travels is a recollection of his own childhood and you. It s the story of a school boy named Daba who goes to a boarding school in a different part of the Central African Republic The most interesting parts of the book are when Daba and his friends encounter dangerous creatures on their long walks to different towns A young boy from France wins a trip to CAR to meet his pen pal I found it a big unlikely that he would have arrived solo without any parents It s a short read but uite slow paced