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sweetest berry on the bush tales & fables by Nubia Kai

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Published by Third World Press in Chicago .
Written in English



  • Africa.


  • Tales -- Africa,
  • Legends -- Africa

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Edition Notes

Statementby Nubia Kai.
LC ClassificationsGR350 .K25 1993
The Physical Object
Pagination121 p. :
Number of Pages121
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL1748004M
ISBN 100883780593
LC Control Number92063010

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Get this from a library! The sweetest berry on the bush: tales & fables. [Nubia Kai; Marie Cochran] -- The oral tradition of the African griot makes a stunning transition into the written word in this witty collection of nineteen short stories by anthropologist-author, Nubia Kai. The tales take place. sweetest berry on the bush 0 out of 5 For young teens, the nineteen short stories in “The Sweetest Berry On The Bush” are simple, pithy, narrative adages crafted for “telling” as well as reading. Purchased and planted the Sweet (?) Lifeberry Goji berry bush the past May (). Plant did very well and grew to nearly 4 feet. However, berries are "very small" and not sweet by any stretch of the imagination. Just dug out the plant yesterday. Would not recommend this PW bush unless you want it for "display" purposes only. PATRIOT BLUEBERRY PLANT – Northern High bush type, average height is 4 to 6 feet tall, the fruit ripens over a long period from July into August, Yield is high 10 to 20 pound on average, fruit size is very large (averaging from 50 to 60 berries per cup), the berry is firm with small picking scar. Harvesting can be done by hand or machine.

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