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Keesha’s South African Adventure

***OUT OF STOCK*** After learning about South Africa in school, the inquisitive and lighthearted Keesha dreams of one day going to see it for herself. She gets the surprise of a lifetime when her two moms decide to take her there for her birthday! On the family’s seven-day trip to the diverse country, they make new friends, try new foods, and learn all about South African culture. Breathtaking landscapes, beautiful beaches, ancient caves, colorful markets and an amazing safari are just some of the fantastic experiences they enjoy during their week abroad!

Keesha’s South African Adventure showcases a proud, modern family on an incredible vacation. The story is sure to open the minds and imaginations of readers to new people, places and things. The spirit of South Africa truly springs to life in this vibrant tale, and kids, parents and educators alike will enjoy the exciting journey.

Additional product details:

  • Age Range: 5 – 8 years
  • Grade Level: 1 – 4
  • Hardcover
  • Publisher: My Family! (September 18, 2016) My Family! is an imprint of Dodi Press
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0985106751
  • ISBN-13: 978-0985106751
  • Product Dimensions: 8 x 0.2 x 10 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 12.2 ounces

Original price was: $14.95.Current price is: $12.00.Buy Now


Original price was: $14.95.Current price is: $12.00.

About The Author

Cheril N. Clarke

Cheril N. Clarke

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Monica Bey-Clarke

Monica Bey-Clarke

A serial entrepreneur, Monica Bey-Clarke is an author and co-founder of My Family!

1 review for Keesha’s South African Adventure

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    “A girl and her two moms travel to South Africa in a new children’s book, the second of a series featuring this Black family—and adding some much-needed color to LGBTQ-inclusive picture books…In Keesha’s South African Adventure…Keesha is excited to learn about South Africa in school, and begs her moms to take her there. On her next birthday, they surprise her with a trip, and she learns about South African animals, food, and landmarks. The fact that she has two moms is completely irrelevant to the story, which focuses on the anticipation of the trip, the adventure of exploring a new country, and the excitement of sharing the tale with classmates upon her return.” – Mombian. Read the full review here:

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