The seventh title in this brilliant series about Anna Hibiscus, who lives in Africa with her large extended family, by a renowned Nigerian storyteller. Anna Hibiscus is on holiday with Grandmother and Grandfather in the village where they were born. She befriends the local children there and teaches them their ABC and 123. When Anna goes to market one day and a boy steals a banana from her, she runs after him. It turns out that the boy is poor; he lives alone. Anna and Sunny Belafonte become friends and when Sunny is taken ill, it is Anna who makes sure he gets the medical help he needs. Happily, Grandfather invites Sunny Belafonte to come and live with them, and be part of their family.
This is Book 11 in the Anna Hibiscus Series. See all Anna Hibiscus books here.
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Atinuke is a Nigerian storyteller. She draws upon her recent ancestry from Yoruba land, England and Wales, and more ancient origins in Spain, Portugal and China, to tell stories from both the world of folktales and contemporary life. She has written many Anna Hibiscus Racing Read titles and picture books, as well as the series entitled No. 1 Car Spotter. She...More about Atinuke
Before becoming a children's author, Michelle Robinson wrote copy and devised websites for some of the world's biggest brands, including Coca-Cola, Guinness and Cadbury. She learned to write copy really quickly so she could spend time working on her funny stories instead. She has a very funny blog and Tweets regularly. Michelle lives in Somerset with he...More about Lauren Tobia