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Phyllis Gershator (a.); Leonard Jenkins (ed.). Bursting with luscious color, this modern-day fable is written with a playful energy that youngsters will love. It is based on a catchy island song the author first heard in St. Thomas in the Virgin Islands but later found out was from Brazil. West Indians borrow & give back, creating something distinct & different -- a blend of African & European, Old World & New. This is the story of Sambalena, who is more than a very big show-off, he’s also very, very lazy. So how does he suddenly find himself wishing he could do a few chores? The answer begins with Sambalena’s showing-off, & leads to a lesson he will never forget!
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