Why Mosquitoes Buzz in People's Ears
A West African TaleBook - 1975
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In this well-illustrated book, mosquito tells Iguana something that upsets him so much that he places sticks in his ears. From that moment on trouble starts in the jungle. The python suspect the Iguana does not like him, which leads him into the hole rabbit stays in. Rabbit runs out of her home, which alerts monkey. Monkey kills Owl’s baby, and now owl cannot let the sun rise again. Will this jungle ever get to the bottom of the buzz from the mosquito?
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