An African Fable: How Ostrich came to climb Kilimanjaro (Book #2, African Fable Series)

Rated 4.67/5 based on 3 reviews
It is cold and the Animals fear they are once again in great danger! They must find the snow that is kept at the top of the Earth. Ostrich has a second chance to show his courage. But will he be able to complete this mission? Will he save the Animals?
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About Salome Byleveldt

Africa is my home. I was born and raised in South Africa and have travelled widely across the African continent. The people, places, cultures and animals of Africa remain fascinating and it was only natural that my first book of fiction should be an African Fable.
I live with my husband in the area around Johannesburg, close to our children and grandchildren. Of all the travels we have done, a tent in the African bush remains our favourite.

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Review by: Neil Tavares on Aug. 19, 2013 :
A worthy follow up to the first in the series (How Giraffe Got To The Pyramids). I believe these fables are based on the author's own experiences which I find fascinating! What a life they must lead. For those of you expecting to see hidden meaning behind the titles of the books, you will be sadly disappointed. Snow is really just snow, and pyramids are .. well, pyramids. I enjoyed reading the first book, and found this one even better. The author has continued the character development apace, and even in these early days, I already have my favourites - can't wait for their stories to appear! Excellent stuff, keep it up!
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Review by: Robyn Goldie on Aug. 18, 2013 :
A wonderful follow up to the first story, please keep writing Salome!
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Review by: Estelle Kruger on Aug. 17, 2013 :
Delightful reading! Well done,Salome! Easy to read and the characters become really loveable. Reading material for kids? Definitely! Language is skillfully used and the style of writing reader-friendly - learners in the FAL and SAL phase will surely benefit from this reading material.
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