Chickens

Day 7 of 29 Celebrating Black Children’s Books – Tale of the Vanishing Buffalo by Jomo W. Mutegi

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Paperback: 44 pages
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In Tale of the Vanishing Buffalo, join Birlus and Brandi as The Sankofa Bird takes them back in time to a period where the buffalo reigned. Learn how this mighty ruler of the plains, which once numbered in the millions, was brought nearly to extinction.

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Books by Jomo W. Mutegi

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JomoWMutegi Jomo W. Mutegi, Ph.D. is a professor by day and a revolutionary by night. As a professor, Dr. Mutegi studies the participation of African people in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM). As a revolutionary, Dr. Mutegi has committed himself to creating curricular materials aimed at securing the survival the African people.
 
 
 


 
 

Tale of the Vanishing Buffalo
by Jomo W. Mutegi

VanishingBuffalPaperback: 44 pages
Available on Amazon
Visit them on Facebook
In Tale of the Vanishing Buffalo, join Birlus and Brandi as The Sankofa Bird takes them back in time to a period where the buffalo reigned. Learn how this mighty ruler of the plains, which once numbered in the millions, was brought nearly to extinction.

 


 

Kayla’s First Chickens: Book Four by Jomo W. Mutegi
KaylasFirstChickens-Book4Paperback: 32 pages
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In Kayla’s First Chickens: Book Four, Kayla and her dad make the tools needed to process the chickens. They are joined by friends and family who help them to prepare the chickens for food. Everyone enjoys the harvest!

 
 
 

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Kayla’s First Chickens by Jomo W. Mutegi

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JomoWMutegi Jomo W. Mutegi, Ph.D. is a professor by day and a revolutionary by night. As a professor, Dr. Mutegi studies the participation of African people in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM). As a revolutionary, Dr. Mutegi has committed himself to creating curricular materials aimed at securing the survival the African people.

Kayla’s First Chickens
SynopsisKayla’s First Chickens is a series of four leveled readers designed for early readers. The series follows the adventures of Kayla as she (a) visits a farm, (b) raises her own hens, (c) accepts that it is normal to eat chickens, and (d) learns to prepare chicken for food. This series is part of a curriculum unit called Food Origins. Both the unit and this series of readers are aimed at helping children to develop better understandings of where our food originates.

 

KaylasFirstChickens-Book1Kayla’s First Chicken: Book One
by Jomo W. Mutegi

Paperback: 32 pages
Available at AmazonIn Kayla’s First Chickens: Book One, Kayla expresses interest in learning how to make chicken. In response, Kayla’s father takes her to visit a farm so that she can learn more about chickens.

 
 
 
 
 
 

KaylasFirstChickens-Book2Kayla’s First Chicken: Book Two
by Jomo W. Mutegi

Paperback: 32 pages
Available at Amazon
In Kayla’s First Chickens: Book TwoKayla wants her hens to lay eggs that will hatch. Kayla’s father takes her back to the farm. This time it is the hens that needs to visit the rooster, so that they can make baby chicks.

 
 
 
 
 

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Kayla’s First Chicken: Book Three
by Jomo W. Mutegi

Paperback: 32 pages
Available at Amazon
In Kayla’s First Chickens: Book ThreeKayla’s hens have baby chicks. As the chicks grow large, Kayla has no room for them. When Kayla learns that the new chickens must be butchered, she works to understand that it is normal to eat chickens.

 
 
 
 
 

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